High power laser systems have a wavelength that ranges between 810 and 1064 nm.

Thanks to the high power supplied, it allows the stimulation of the deep layers of the tissue, thus facilitating a quick and widespread cellular regeneration.
It is indicated for sport traumatology, rheumatic pathologies, physical rehabilitation, general medicine and dermatology.
The use of high power lasers allows the user to obtain excellent therapeutic results, considerably reducing treatment times.

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Model Crystal YAG

Device with wheels

Display touch screen 8’

Wavelength 1064 nm

Maximum continuous peak power 25W

Continuous and pulsed operating and emission modes

Model Crystal YAG Desk

Desktop device

Display touch screen 8’

Wavelength 1064 nm

Max absorption power 75 VA

Maximum continuous peak power 12W

Continuous and pulsed emission modes

Model Bi Power Lux

Desktop device

Display touch screen 8’

Wavelength 810+980 nm

Power 6W o 12W

Continuous and pulsed operating modes

32 stored protocols, 200 protocols storable in the internal memory and 4gb in the USB


Desktop device

Display touch screen 6’

Wavelength 940 nm

Power 4W or 8W

Continuous and pulsed operating modes

32 stored protocols, 200 protocols storable in the internal memory and 200 in the Smart Card

When must the high power laser be used?

Contusion, bursitis, tendinitis

Acute and chronic pain

Deep penetration

Fast tissue regeneration

Biostimulating effect

Sciatica: causes and treatment

Do you have leg pain that stretches from the back down to the calf or foot? This may be an inflammation of the sciatic nerve: the sciatica.

The term sciatica means precisely the inflammation of the sciatic nerve, the longest one in the human body which originates from the sacral plexus and innervate, through its branches, the anterior and posterior muscles of thigh and leg. In the most of the cases the pain is propagated mainly in the lower back, on the gluteus or on the rear section of the leg but it can extend across the top – till the hip – or down – to the foot.

Inflammation usually manifests only in one leg and may be characterized by pain felt as sharp and unbearable, or be milder, or still, take the form of numbness and tingling in the legs and difficulty in controlling the movements of the lower limbs.

Supraspinatus tendonitis: tips and remedies

The supraspinatus tendonitis is an increasingly common and painful pathology.

This pathology, which involves the shoulder, is nothing but an inflammation of the supraspinatus muscle. It can cause very intense pain and functional and motor restraint, even in the most normal movements of daily life, due to its degree of inflammation and tendon calcification.

The main causes of this pathology can be:

Genetic factors of joint bone shape. A tendon thickening or uneven shoulder shape may compromise normal movements, resulting in inflammation and consequent pain.
Wrong posture maintained and assimilated over time.
Previous injuries that, creating scar tissue, hamper the normal muscular, articular and tendon movement.
The practice of sports that require effort with your arms above your head, especially if repeated, such as volleyball, tennis or weight lifting.


Gonalgia: causes and symptoms

Knee pain (gonalgia) is one of the most common disorders of skeletal muscles. It is characterized by knee pain and often affects people who play sports or have an active lifestyle.

Causes and symptoms

The nerves that give sensitiveness to the knee and also to hip, thigh and ankles come from the lower back. For this reason, knee pain can be linked to both knee inflammation and inflammation of one aforementioned areas.

Recognizing a knee pain on time is critical to intervene and treat the disorder properly. The main symptoms are:

Strong knee pain due to inflammation or any infection
Swelling and bruising in the affected area, a sign of the presence of fluid accumulation in the knee

The pain that you feel can be either acute, caused by injury or infection, or chronic, related to injury or inflammations such as arthritis. Before coming to rush conclusions or making wrong self-diagnosis, it is good to be examined by doctor, who will adequately assess the situation and prescribe the right treatment.

Case study

The patient suffered from right knee pain without an evident underlying cause and his muscle strength was complete AAII. 6/7 sessions with Crystal Yag laser therapy were prescribed, without any surgery interventions or drug therapies. After 6 sessions with the increasing laser pulse (from 20 to 30), power from 8.5 to 9 and the decreasing frequency (from 30 to 20), knee pain was successfully treated and the patient could return to her normal activities.

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