Low Level Laser Therapy Features on Channel 7 in 2019

Date Posted:1 February 2019 

 

Cold laser therapy was featured on Channel 7 News around the country last night. Also known as low level laser therapy or photobiomodulation. There is a large amount of science that shows low level laser light therapy is a low-risk, noninvasive technology that can be used at home for a variety of conditions - pain, inflammation and wound healing.

A recently published paper explores the advantages of using laser therapy at home and found that light therapy devices that are sold over the counter for home use can provide positive results for their users.

https://www.liebertpub.com/doi/pdf/10.1089/pho.2018.4512

Many people who watched the recent news report contacted us to ask a few questions. Many were completely in the dark about low level laser therapy as a pain treatment. Many are surprised to learn it is non-invasive, requires no surgery, needles or medication, and you can even treat yourself at home as part of a multidisciplinary approach to pain management.

Surprisingly, while many consider it alternative, the therapy is not new or high-tech! It was developed more than 40 years ago and it harnesses the natural healing properties of light. A scientist discovered low level laser therapy by accident when an experiment with red light on mice showed dramatic hair regrowth and no side effects.

Following the news story, we receive a flood of interest from pain sufferers who had been frsutrated by the limited treatment option available for long-term pain. Many people are surprised to learn that they can use a home laser device themselves, helping them feel empowered to manage their own pain, and cut down on excessive clinic visits, medication and medical bills.

Did you know? The Pulse Handy Laser is Australia’s leading home LLLT device. It has been tried and tested by thousands of people, having been on the Australian market for more than 10 years. Pulse Handy Laser’s unique 3-radiance technology was developed decades ago, as a technology used in space exploration for treating astronauts!

Do you want to learn more about the technology or read how the Handy Pulse Laser has helped pain suffers? Read some of the many verified independent user-reviews.