“Laser therapy is a no-pill pain buster.” – Dr. Mehmet Oz
Balance Natural Medicine strives to provide the most progressive, current and research-based therapies available. Super-Pulsed Laser Therapy utilizing Multi-Radiance Medical Technology is the most advanced natural pain relief technology on the market.
Laser therapy involves using a low-level Laser to treat chronic and acute pain. Laser therapy increases cellular energy levels, allowing the body to heal more quickly. Cold laser therapy is non-thermal, non-invasive and profoundly effective for healing. Low Level Laser Therapy (LLLT) involves the use of a handheld light-emitting medical device over different areas of the body.
Multi-Radiance Laser provides comfortable and effective treatments for soft tissue conditions. It is a safe treatment option for acute and chronic pain, stiffness and sports injury. Laser therapy is cost-effective and can fit into everyone’s budget.
Multi-Radiance Medical Technology uses different frequencies simultaneously to successfully manipulate the interaction between light, laser and magnetic energy fields to achieve the desired penetration in the target tissue. Multi-Radiance uses 25,000-50,000 mW of super-pulsed laser power. The super-pulsed laser (905nm) produces high-powered light in billionth-of-a-second pulses. The power of each pulse drives photons, or light energy, deep into the target tissue to reduce pain and improve circulation. Pulsed broadband infrared emitting diodes (875nm) penetrate shallower tissue depths than the laser but provide a broader area of coverage. The static magnetic field keeps ionized molecules of tissue in a dissociated state, enhancing the body’s potential to absorb energy.
LaserStim delivers electrical impulses and light through the skin and tissue with the help of TARGET: Treatment Area Recognition and Guidance Enhanced Technology. The Multi-Radiance laser is FDA approved.
Numerous randomized, double-blind clinical trials have illustrated the efficacy of laser therapy for many health conditions. In fact, more than 4,000 studies have been conducted to validate the effectiveness of laser treatments.