The Diowave 30 watt Laser Systems is the most powerful lasers available in the medical marketplace today.
Offering maximum adjustable power output up to 30 watts.
This provides Advanced Dynamic Therapies,Inc. treatment options and dynamic clinical outcomes.
Deeper Penetration into the Body
Diowave Lasers provide a Single Wavelength of 980nm for maximum penetration. Penetration is paramount in order to stimulate deep musculoskeletal, vascular, lymphatic, and neurological structures.Because 65% of laser energy is absorbed in the skin and subcutaneous tissue layers, the higher wavelength of 980nm is proven to be most effective due to its low melanin, low water, low hemoglobin absorption rates, with the result of an optimal wavelength for stimulating tissue at greater depths of penetration.
Maximum Penetrating Therapeutic Dosage (MPTD)
Diowave Lasers have been designed to uniquely combine higher power, single wavelength and larger treatment spot size for maximum power density. Power density indicates the degree of concentration of the power output. This property has been shown to play a major role in therapeutic outcomes. In sharp contrast to other lasers using dual or multiple wavelengths, the laser beam penetration is reduced by 50% or more. Dual or multiple wavelength lasers only penetrate as deep as each wavelength individually. The penetration is not additive.
Photo Biomodulation and Stem Cell Activation
A review of pertinent medical literature shows how laser therapy treatments can safely and effectively activate stem cells. There is no detrimental effect whatsoever upon the stem cells. Laser therapy causes stem cell activation at the target site of photonic stimulation. Stem cell proliferation has been shown to occur along with the maintenance of cellular viability.
Laser therapy also enhances stem cell injections by accelerating articular cartilage regeneration, pain reduction and reduction of boney edema just to name a few of the numerous synergies between the two procedures. Laser enhances stem cell outcomes, it never detracts.
Laser therapy adds a cost-effective long-term maintenance program for stem cell patients. It can also act as a stand-alone modality to treat pathologies for those patients that cannot afford stem therapy or for those who did not have a positive outcome.
How and Where are Lasers used in Today’s Medical Practice
- Laser as a stand-alone modality can treat the following conditions:
Nerve pain, arthritis (degenerative joint disease), neuropathy, non-healing wounds, and post- surgical healing to reduce pain and inflammation. Common conditions treated include neck, shoulder, and back pain, elbow and wrist pain, hip and knee pain, foot and ankle pain.
- Laser as a non-pharmacologic option for pain management:
Physicians and patients alike are requesting non-opioid, non-invasive, safe and side-effect free solutions to treat acute and chronic pain.
- Medical specialties utilizing laser therapy include:
Primary care Physicians (MD/DO), Physical Medicine & Rehabilitation Specialists, Orthopedic Surgeons, Sport medicine and Pain Management Physicians, Regenerative Medicine Specialists, Neurologists, Plastic Surgeons, Podiatrists, Chiropractors and Veterinarians.