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Cold Laser Therapy Devices

Discussion in 'The New Monster Thread' started by OptimalSkr, Oct 8, 2021.

  1. OptimalSkr

    OptimalSkr New Member

    Hi all,

    Just wondering if anyone has tried home use cold laser therapy and if so what were the results.

    This TerraQuant TQ Solo Portable Cold Laser is the best selling one on the market.

    https://www.coldlasers.org/terraquant/tq-solo-portable/

    Does anyone know how these compare to the red light LED panels like the:

    Joov - https://joovv.com/

    EMR Tek - https://emr-tek.com/

    I remember Jack saying something about the flicker being bad with these? But does that outweigh the benefit?

    Also what is the difference between these and just using a normal incandescent red bulb like:

    https://www.canadiantire.ca/en/pdp/...od-light-bulb-red-0525486p.html?rrec=true#spc
     
  2. OptimalSkr

    OptimalSkr New Member

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  3. Most cold laser products are too weak for therapeutic results in office settings. They have "testimonials" and may be used without harm by unskilled users.
    However, what works takes more "energy". That's why Dr. @Jack Kruse found the https://emr-tek.com/collections/red-light-therapy/products/firehawk effective.
     
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  4. JanSz

    JanSz Gold

    There are at least two ways to look at the problem.

    When a doctor buys it for use at his/her patients, the assumption is that the light will be used at short intervals by many patients.
    When a person buys it for home use, the constraint of timing is less.

    In both cases, it would be a good idea to know recommendations of the length of exposure in front of these lights,
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  5. OptimalSkr

    OptimalSkr New Member

    Ok ya that makes sense, the more power the less time needed. But also the higher the price... I assume the lights and wavelengths are similar, but just the power level changes.... You get what you pay for.

    So for the EMR ones:
    Inferno - 770 watts ----- Price 800
    Firestorm - 1060 watts ------ Price - 1000
    FireHawk - 5300 watts ----- Price 10,000
     
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