Laser is used as a substitution of invasive acupuncture treatment.
Laser acupuncture means directly irradiating some key body points on the surface of the skin.
Pointer Pulse DD3150
- A combination of output of laser as well as electrical stimulation.
- An accurate point locator
Incorporates an effective push button stimulation feature + Laser stimulation.
- For pain, alleviation of chronic pain, acute pain and post-injury discovery
- Relieve Arthritis pain
- Stimulate healing of wounds
- Eliminate edema
- Sports injuries such as tendon and ligament injuries
- The same syndromes for which acupuncture may be applied
- Skin problems.
- Painful areas
- Directly on the wound or treatment point
10 times for one treatment session, once everyday or every two days, not over 30 minutes per treatment. More than 3 treatment sessions may be appropriate for the more severe syndromes. Allow a week of rest between two treatment sessions. If treating Meridian points, stimulate 2-6 points per treatment, and 30 seconds to 2 minutes for each point.
Advantages of Laser Over Needles
- Painless and without numbing—this method is particularly useful for treating children and those afraid of needle treatment or who are prone to needle-sickness (tension, fainting etc.)
- Harmless—since the laser energy penetrating into the skin is relatively low, it does not cause tissue damage nor the pneumothorax that can sometimes be caused by needles.
- Complete sterility—the operation is simple and there is no worry of cross-infection through incomplete sterilization of needles.
- Simple in operation—unlike needle application which requires a degree of skill in inserting and manipulation of needles.