Four Wavelengths Laser Therapy

When the skin is exposed to laser radiation, the photons, depending on their wavelength, penetrate into the tissue to some extent. This penetration and absorption in different layers of the skin cause different therapeutic effects. In general, the four main wavelengths used in therapy lasers are 650 nm, 808 nm, 980 nm and 1064 nm. Lasers with a wider range of power offer a variety of treatment options. The laser, which its power can be adjusted from 0.5  to 25 w, allows the physician to treat  slowly at low power or fast at maximum output power.


Product applications can include treatment of the following:

  • Knee, Pelvis and Ankle Osteoarthritis
  • Rheumatoid Arthritis
  • Trauma-induced Shoulder Syndromes
  • Hip or Shoulder Bursitis
  • Tennis Elbow
  • Lumbar Degeneration Disc
  • Herniation Disc
  • Sciatica
  • Tendonitis


Type of Laser Diode Laser
Laser power 0.5 to 25  W
Laser wavelength 650, 808, 980 & 1064 nm
Mode of Operation  CW/Pulsed
Repetition Rate 1 Hz to 25 KHz
Duty Cycle 10 to 90 %
Operating Temperature 15-35˚
Power supply AC220V ± 10% 50 / 60HZ

Other Information

four wave length table information