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    Cool LLLT machine - EMS 750 low level laser for sale - 495

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    Low-level laser therapy (LLLT) refers to the use of a red-beam or near-infrared laser with a wave-length between 600 and 1000 nanometers and power from 5 to 500 milliwatts. Depending on wavelength, tissues absorb energy to produce heat. LLLT lasers transfer small or very small amounts of energy into the skin. In contrast, lasers used in ablative surgery typically use 300 watts and burn the tissues they encounter.

    This is a good quality Low-Level Laser Therapy kit, made in UK by Electro-Medical Supplies, purchased reconditioned from Trimbio, and only used for a total of 2 hours since. I paid 1100 and now selling for 495.

    It is in perfect working order and is all you need to deliver an adjustable level of intensity for an adjustable time. The model is the EMS Laser 750


    The accessories are




    1 pen laser

    1 infra-red light
    1 technical manual about the machine
    1 manual about how to use laser in physiotherapy work.
    1 power cord
    1 carry-bag

    2 protective glasses
    2 keys

    The keys allow the device to be disabled for safety reasons.




    The machine manual contains an EC declaration stating that the medical device is in conformity with the essential requirements and provisions of of counsel directive 93/42 EEC and is subject to the procedure set out in Annex II of directive 93/42 EEC under the supervision of notified body number 0120 SGS Yarsley. International certification services product name laser 750 model number 88.


    LLLT is also referred to as cold laser therapy, low-power laser therapy (LPLT), low-intensity laser, low-energy laser therapy, and monochromatic infrared light energy (MIRE) therapy. When administered to so-called "acupuncture points," the procedure may be called "laser acupuncture." The providers include physicians, chiropractors, physical therapists, and occupational therapists, but devices are also marketed for long-term use at home.
    The use of LLLT was initiated in the 1960s by a Hungarian physician named Endre Mester. The devices have been advocated for use in wound healing; smoking cessation; tuberculosis; temporomandibular joint (TMJ) disorders; and musculoskeletal conditions such as carpal tunnel syndrome, fibromyalgia, osteoarthritis, and rheumatoid arthritis. The recommended dosage, number of treatments, and length of treatment vary from one device to another.




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    Re: LLLT machine - EMS 750 low level laser for sale - 495

    Is the laser still available...

    Thanks
    Tim



 
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