Nourifo laser belt is new Multi-functional Semiconductor Laser therapy machine for physiotherapy with very good effect from the first treatment.
It is very professional High level laser therapy device for acute inflammation and tissue healing and slow healing wounds treatment.
HLLT High level laser therapy in every department of every hospital, every doctor's office (clinic) and every home.
Drug free pain relief and better healing through 'best in class' photomedicine products and services.
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Clinical report High power Cold Laser Therapy Is Joining the Injury Treatment Team By Lois Lindstrom Tueday, February17, 2004; Page HE01 The New England Patriots won Super Bowl XXXVIII with some help from a little-known form oflaser technology that could change the way athletic injuries and chronic pain are treated. The treatment, known as"cold" laser therapy or low-level laser therapy(LLLT), has been used internationally for18 years to treat soft tissue injuries, cervical neck pain, carpal tunnel syndrome, repetitive stress
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injuries,tendinitis, hamstring injuries, arthritis and wound healing, among others. The lasers-- hand-held, flashlight-like devices that direct a beam of narrow-spectrum(but not hot) light at injured tissue beneath the skin-- have been integrated into medical practice in Japan, Russia and the United Kingdom. In the United Kingdom, cold laser therapy has become a preferred treatment for"whiplash" injuries, neuralgia and shingles. In Japan, the lasers were approved in1987 and are in widespread use today. In the United States, the technology received marketing clearance from the Food and Drug Administration (FDA) in2002 for treating carpal tunnel syndrome, a painful inflammation ofthe wrists and hands that results from repetitive motion."The medical community needs more scientific studies done in the United States," said Wayne Good, a general surgeon in Waterford, Mich., who participated in the clinical trials that led to FDA clearance ofthe laser device."Ifthe major insurance companies . . . do not pay for the technology," Good said, "the doctor cannot be reimbursed for treating his patients."