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K Laser

Discussion in 'Ask Jack' started by Danny, Aug 15, 2016.

  1. Danny

    Danny New Member

    The chiropractor I see has a K Laser. I asked him some questions about it. He knew the nm parameters, but not much else. He inputs the condition he's treating and the laser outputs the nm wavelength... I think. I found this about K-Lasers ... "The K-Laser was the first to employ three infrared wavelengths simultaneously of 800 nm, 905 nm, and 970 nm and combine them with a 660 nm visible beam. These Four Wavelengths are more efficient, healing the tissue while also aiding in pain relief. Combine this with Three Distinct Delivery Modes (Continuous Wave, Frequency Modulated, and Intense SuperPulse), and you have a therapeutic laser solution that offers as much variety as the conditions and patients you treat."

    Is this worth experimenting w/ for my stiff lower back (I know this is an energy issue)? Thanks Jack!
     
  2. Jack Kruse

    Jack Kruse Administrator

    Its NIR so its working on cytochrome c oxidase
     
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