For the last year I have been using and experimenting with a class IV cold laser and have had some excellent results that I would like to share with you. Cold lasers are devices that emit laser light, generally in the frequency range between 600-1000 nm. This range has shown surprising therapeutic value for injured or under-performing tissues.
The class IV laser is a big step up from most lasers advertised, which are class III and far less powerful. Although there are many conditions for which the low wattage of a class III is beneficial, there are just as many other conditions that need 10 or 20 times their amount per treatment. Therefore, the laser I have chosen to utilize has an adjustable range from low levels (1 or 2 watts), all the way up to a 20-watt maximum.
How Does the Cold Laser Work? When cells are exposed to photon energy from a cold laser, it is like the recharging of a battery with solar power. This cellular-recharge results in the transformation of photon energy into biochemical energy. On a cellular level, the result is enhanced mitochondrial metabolism. This means more overall energy, hydration, nutrition, and detoxification for the cell itself. During the treatment time, these localized benefits are then magnified on a tissue level resulting in the promotion of health-enhancements such as: collagen growth, the reduction of inflammation, increased blood circulation, facilitated tissue detoxification, and faster wound healing. As a final bonus, endorphin levels rise throughout the treatment, producing a greater sense of calm and well-being.
Some of the recognized applications for the cold laser include treatment for:
Helping these conditions is reason enough to make use of the cold laser. However, through experimentation, I have found several other wellness and chronic illness applications.
For pain relief, I have found that simultaneously using acupuncture needles in the area of injury or pain to be markedly beneficial. Needle-phobic? Not to worry. The laser does a great job by itself.
Another powerful and highly effective treatment by the cold laser is sinusitis. Patients have remarked how their congested and painful sinuses begin to clear and calm within the first minute or two of the therapy.
Beyond pain and inflammation, the organs themselves respond positively to photon energy from the cold laser. So much so, that I now use the laser for conditions such as leaky gut, sluggish liver, hidden infections and as part of my allergy elimination protocol.
Note: Cold laser therapy for mood enhancement on cranky teenagers has so far proven unsuccessful.
How Many Sessions Do I Need? The health effects of laser therapy are cumulative. We have found that for most acute conditions, such as a sprained ankle, 3 to 6 sessions is sufficient. Allergy treatments and organ therapies also fall into the 3 to 6 session range, depending on severity. More chronic issues (those that have been present for a year or more) often need 6 to 12 sessions.
Finally, cold laser therapy:
Reduces the need for surgery
And reduces the need for medications
How Much Does it Cost? The cost for a laser treatment is competitively priced at $60.00 per 10-15 minute session. Packages are available that can lower the cost per session to as little as $40.00.
SPECIAL OFFER: As incentive for you to give the laser a try, we are offering a three-session package for $100 if purchased from now until the end of October and if used before the end of 2017.
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