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.
The wavelength used in this type of laser therapy is 808 nm. This wavelength is less absorbed by hemoglobin and water and therefore reaches deeper into the tissue. The 810 nm wavelength increases enzyme uptake, which stimulates intracellular ATP production.
This wavelength allows for the rapid activation of the oxidative process of hemoglobin, the delivery of the right amount of energy to the muscles and tendons, and the regeneration of tissue.
|Type of Laser||Diode Laser|
|Laser power||0.5 to 15 W|
|Mode of Operation||CW/Pulsed|
|Repetition Rate||1 Hz to 25 KHz|
|Duty Cycle||10 to 90 %|
|Power supply||AC220V ± 10% 50 / 60HZ|