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Healing wounds with Laser Therapy

Healing wounds should be done with proper care to avoid infections and pain. 

Laser Therapy can be used for post-surgical sutures, cutting, impaling and other wounds. 

Laser therapy through 1–3 layers of gauze dressings is permissible. One
should remember that the dressing, especially the one saturated with medicines, salves and wound secretions reduces laser therapy efficiency. 

!Treatment of purulent wounds is prohibited. 

The dressing should be removed, and the wound cleaned and dried before the
laser therapy session
 

Dislocation-and-sprains

Session Procedure**

No. Exposure Area Frequency Exposure Time
1 TLBI in projection zones of major vessels closest to the affected area 50Hz
 
2 min per side
2 Along the wound or post-surgical suture capturing 2–3 cm of surrounding tissues to the sides, scanning at 1 cm per second at distance (at 0.5–1 cm over the body surface)

Variable Mode

1000Hz to 2500Hz

2 min each at 10 cm2 of area

 

Conventional dressings should be used after each session.

Session frequency..............................................................1 session per day

Course....................................................................................7–10 sessions

Repeated courses in 3–4 weeks(with incomplete convalescence of the wound)

Weakened patients with intoxication or immune deficit should have the GSBS  or URP. Please email us if you need more details on this. 

*Treatment should start from healthy skin areas surrounding the wound gradually approaching the center of the wound. In presence of the dressing, contact (with the dressing) scanning methodology is used.

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