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Low Level Laser

Photobiomodulation Laser 1

What is a Low Level Laser?

Low Level Laser, also known as photobiomodulation (PBM), is a cutting edge technology with 40+ years of research and clinical efficacy behind it. This uses Red and Infrared Light Therapy to stimulate the cells, thereby accelerating the healing process and stimulating the mitochondria (powerhouse of the cell) to provide a variety of beneficial results for the client.

Photobiomodulation uses endogenous chromophores to absorb light of specific wavelengths. In PBM, the commonly used wavelengths are visible and near infrared (400-1000nanometers) light. The LZ30 ProZ uses Red Light therapy at 637nm and infrared light therapy at 808nm.

Light Spectrum for Laser

What are some benefits of Low Level Lasers?

  • Reduce inflammation and edema.

  • Increasing circulation.
  • Produce more ATP and energy for the cells and body.
  • Reducing scars and scar tissue.
  • Enhance the ability of bones to regenerate and heal.
  • Reduce pain and promote healing.
  • Encourage restoration of cartilage.

*To learn how these benefits take place check out this blog for an in-depth understanding of Low Level Lasers and Photobiomodulation works:

Benefits of Photobiomodulation

What Low Level Laser we use?

To improve therapeutic outcomes Level Up utlizes the LZ30 ProZ. This cordless and compact class 3B laser provides 1,000mW of visible red and 1,400mW of infrared wavelengths.

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