With the pulse diode laser therapy comes the so-called Cold laser light for use. This laser light has a low but constant power density and is emitted in pulses onto the part of the body to be treated. The corresponding therapy lasers are also referred to as soft lasers, while pulse diode laser therapy is also known as Low level laser therapy (LLLT) is known. The special effect of the pulse diode laser: it does not heat the skin and enables painless treatment without side effects.
Laser therapy aims to stimulate enzyme activities in the mitochondria through radiation. These power plants of the cells are supposed to produce adenosine triphosphate – the universal energy carrier of the cells – to a greater extent. The treatment with the pulse laser should therefore be the Activate the body’s self-healing powers stimulate better blood circulation and the growth of collagen fibers. Collagen fibers are one of the most important components of our bones and cartilage tissue.
For these reasons, the Pulse diode laser therapy in human medicine Used wherever faster healing effects are required. It is used, for example, in physiotherapy and pain therapy to loosen tense muscles or sticky fasciae. Inflammatory processes and skin diseases such as acne or eczema can also be treated with lasers.