Laser therapy uses selected wavelengths of light to stimulate key molecules in human tissues. Decades of medical research have identified the wavelengths, energy level and frequencies that induce changes in cellular metabolism (Photobiostimulation), for instance melanin absorbing sunlight changes skins pigmentation. K-Laser delivers energy from superficial to deep tissues activating a cascade of photochemical reactions that promotes cell function, enabling treated tissues to accelerate the stages of the healing process and reduce pain sensation. This is a safe and non-invasive technique that uses the body’s own reparative processes.
The K-Laser dynamic therapy produces a combination of the following biological effects in the treated area:
- Anti-inflammatory effect
- Analgesic effect
- Enhanced vascular activity
- Immune regulation
- Improved nerve function
- Accelerated metabolic processes for faster healing
- Faster repair of damaged tissues (wounds, burns, tears, post-surgical sites)
During each painless treatment, laser energy increases circulation, drawing water, oxygen, and nutrients to the damaged area.
This creates an optimal healing environment that reduces inflammation, swelling, muscle spasms, stiffness, and pain.
As the injured area returns to normal, function is restored and pain is relieved.
The human body reacts to light: when exposed to sunlight, our skin turns darker, vitamin D is boosted, larger quantities of serotonin (the "hormone of happiness") are released in the brain - just to mention some.
These reactions are mediated by chromophores, molecules that react to light when irradiated.
Over 50 years of research have unraveled which wavelengths of light can be damaging (UV light for example) and which trigger positive reactions.
These bio-medical findings have been merged with advanced LASER technology to produce medical devices able to optimise the positive effects of light stimulation. K-Lasers is the pinnacle of Laser Therapy technology.
British and international published research have validated K-Laser therapeutic action: multiple wavelengths of light targeting key-chromophores promote the tissues’ natural reparative processes, thus accelerating the healing and reducing pain.