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Medical Grade 4 Laser Therapy:

  • Osteoarthritis
  • Back pain
  • Bursitis
  • Cervical brachialgia
  • Craniofacial pain
  • Oedema
  • Haematoma
  • Joint pain
  • Plantar fasciitis
  • Sprains
  • Strains
  • Tendonitis
  • Trauma
  • Ulcers
  • Wounds
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MEDICAL EFFECTS OF LASER THERAPY

 

Effects on cells

Increases ATP synthesis
Increases the synthesis of the proteins that bond the ATP, making it more
usable for metabolic and anabolic processes at cell level*
Increases the production of RNA
Increases cell proliferation
Induces differentiation processes
Releases growth factors (fibroblasts) and other substances
Increases the production of molecules of the extracellular matrix
(fibroblasts and chondrocytes)
Increases the PP1 protein and alkaline phosphatase activity, both of which favour cell return to a basic state if altered, and both of which modulate the metabolism of glycogen and the muscle relaxation/contraction process*
Increases the MyoD, α-enolasi, PP1 proteins, which regulate myogenesis and mediate the reconstruction of damaged muscle fibers*
Increases the anti-inflammatory protein NLRP 10 that inhibits the production
of pro-inflammatory interleukin*

 

Effects on tissue

Modulates the remodelling inflammatory processes of the extra-cellular matrix Induces myogenesis, and as such the reconstitution of damaged muscle fibres* Modulates production of the structural proteins of the muscle, such as actin and tropomyosin, that are important for muscular contraction*

Increases the Galectina-3 and HNRNP K proteins, which can induce angiogenesis and the regeneration of nerve fibres, important for neuronal function and lymphatic and vascular regeneration*
Stimulates the endothelial function

Reduces edema re-absorption times
Prevents the formation of noticeable scar tissue

Analgesic effect

Obtained from:

A reduction in the inflammatory component A reduction of the edema
A reduction in muscular spasms
Algogenic substance “Washout”

Increased endorphins synthesis Modulation of pain stimulus conduction

 

Anti-inflammatory and anti-edema effect

 

Obtained from:

Vasodilation and modulation of the permeability of the lymphatic and capillary vessels An inhibited production of pro-inflammatory molecules
“Wash out” of the pro-inflammatory molecules

Biostimulation effect

 

Obtained from:

An increased supply of nutrients, oxygen, and growth factors thanks to vasodilation Activation of the cell functions
Recovery and modulation of the cell energy metabolism
Modulation of cell proliferation and differentiation (e.g. nerve regeneration) Induction of the recovery of muscle fiber and damaged nerve endings

Modulation of the synthesis and organisation of the matrix proteins Control of the formation and organisation of scar tissue

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