Cold laser therapy is also known as low-level laser therapy (LLLT), low-power laser therapy (LPLT), soft laser biostimulation and photobiomodulation. It can deliver non-thermal photons of light to the body to help heal injured cells.
Generally, surgical lasers used to destroy tumors tend to heat the tissue. Cold laser therapy is called “cold” because the low levels of light aren’t enough to heat your body’s tissue.
Cold laser therapy employs the light with a wavelength in the red to near-infrared region of the spectrum. These wavelengths have the ability to penetrate the skin and soft or hard tissues.
This process can be compared to photosynthesis in plants – sunlight is
absorbed by the chlorophyll within plant cells, which is then converted to
usable energy so that the plant can grow. Cold laser therapy can help
human and animals repair injured cells and recover from health conditions.
IMPROVES BLOOD CIRCULATION
Cold laser can directly irradiate on the lesion part with decreased blood flow. It can stimulate blood cells and improve blood circulation. In this way, red blood cells can supply sufficient oxygen and nutrition to the problem areas, improving the metabolism and relieving the symptoms.
Cold laser can enhance the activity of phagocytes and boost the immune system. People can use cold laser therapy to diminish the inflammation of problem areas quickly.
The low-level laser can inhibit the nerves transmitting the information of pain to the brain. It also increases the release of modulation chemicals such as serotonin and endorphin further relieving pain.
ACCELERATES TISSUE REPAIR
Laser irradiation can accelerate the growth of new blood vessels and granulation tissue, and improve protein-synthesis. Cold laser allows more oxygen to be supplied to damaged tissue cells, accelerating the production, deposition and cross-linking of collagen fibers.
RECENT STUDIES OF COLD LASER THERAPY
🔶 2017 – Low Level Laser improves survival of head and neck cancer patients.
🔶 2017 – American College of Physicians Guidelines include a “strong recommendation” for Cold Laser Therapy as a non-invasive Treatments for Acute, Subacute & Chronic Low Back Pain.
🔶 2016 – Cold Laser Therapy for chronic non-specific low back pain: a systematic review and meta-analysis of randomised controlled trials found “moderate quality of evidence” and “clinically important benefits” in the short term.
🔶 2011 – British Medical Journal (BMJ) Clinical Guidelines for tennis elbow “Likely to be beneficial for short-term pain relief & improvement of function”.
🔶 2010 – The International Association for the Study of Pain (Global Task Force on musculoskeletal pain) recommend laser for myofascial pain syndrome.
🔶 2010 – British Journal of Sports Medicine, systematic review of surgical and conservative interventions for frozen shoulder found “strong evidence” for Cold Laser Therapy.
🔶 2010 – American Physical Therapy Association guidelines recommend Cold Laser Therapy for Achilles tendonitis.
🔶 2009 – The Lancet “Cold Laser Therapy reduces pain immediately after treatment in acute neck pain and for up to 22 weeks in patients with chronic neck pain”.
🔶 2008 – World Health Organisation (Bone and Joint Task Force) recommended Cold Laser Therapy for neck pain.
MiraMate Light Pad - Low-Level Cold Laser Therapy Device
MiraMate Light Pad is a cold laser therapy device that is designed to relieve acute and chronic pain. Cold laser therapy delivers non-thermal photons of light to the body to repair injured cells.
Combined with the Chinese traditional medicine theory of acupuncture, Light Pad can also effectively stimulate meridians and acupoints for better therapeutic effects.
LIGHT PAD CAN BENEFIT BOTH HUMANS AND PETS.
It has been shown to be effective for relieving medical conditions and problems such as:
☑️ Sprain, strain
☑️ Neck pain, back pain, joint pain, sciatica
☑️ Carpal tunnel syndrome
☑️ Frozen shoulder
☑️ Arthritis, tendinitis, bursitis
☑️ Asthma, chronic bronchitis
☑️ Chronic pelvic inflammatory disease, dysmenorrhea
☑️ Skin ulcer
Wear protective glasses first, place it directly on the problem area or acupoints, and long press the button to enjoy the treatment. Use the belt provided to hold the device in place.
The recommended treatment time is 10 minutes for each targeted area, two or three times a day. 1 treatment session is 10 days. Have a break of 1 or 2 days between sessions. Adjust your treatment time based on your body condition.