January 30, 2014

Q1000NG Laser Therapy: The Pros And Cons

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Whether you’re considering low-level laser therapy for the first time or you’ve already experienced its benefits, purchasing an at-home laser unit is a big investment, and it’s important to be sure that the unit you purchase meets all of your standards and needs. If you already know what these are, your selection process will be easy, but if you’re not sure, read on to learn about the various features offered in order to decide whether a Q1000NG laser unit, the leading at-home unit available on the market, is the right choice for you.


The first step in choosing the right at-home unit for you is to pinpoint what treatments you’ll be focusing on. If your unit’s primary use will be medically related to address concerns such as stiff or sore muscles, the Q1000NG’s three different treatment modules will work well for you to help to ease physical discomforts such as pain or impeded mobility. Your cold laser treatment unit should be versatile enough to address issues both on or near the surface of skin as well as those located deep within the tissues, joints, or tendons. The Q1000NG has many different treatment settings and is versatile enough to treat anything from bruises to deep tissue damage to sprains and bone fractures.


The Q1000NG laser unit can also be beneficial for organ balancing and for improving the functionality of the nervous system. Cold laser treatments are designed to help stimulate the body’s natural healing responses, encouraging your body to do what it does naturally, but faster than it would normally. This can include stimulation of serotonin and the lymphatic system. Some wellness practitioners use soft laser units in conjunction with other therapies such as color therapy or essential oil therapy (both topically and as aromatherapy) to engage the body in healing on both physical and spiritual levels. When you have a Q1000NG unit, you can perform the same treatments in your own home.


Replacing the batteries in battery-operated units can get expensive over time, but the Q1000NG unit is rechargeable and provides the freedom of a cordless device with the economy of a battery that can be easily recharged without the need for replacement. In the event of a power outage the unit will remain charged for several days, even with regular use. The Q1000NG has an ergonomic design and can be held comfortably for long treatment sessions, and it is also designed for both right- or left-handed use in order to accommodate all users comfortably. This can be especially beneficial to users with carpal tunnel syndrome or arthritis in the hands or wrists.


There is a difference between intense pulsed light therapy (IPL), which involves no true lasers, and low-level laser therapy (LLLT), which uses true lasers and is also known as soft laser or cold laser therapy. Intense pulsed light treatments are considered more direct and are thought to give faster results. This can be true for cosmetic issues, but IPL treatments are more likely to result in blemishes and scarring after the healing process has concluded. Conversely, LLLT, which is the type of therapy that a Q1000NG unit performs, uses a combination of light-emitting diodes (LEDs) and true lasers to provide more effective options for treatment that are safer and can treat a much wider variety of ailments.


Compared to other at-home treatment units, the Q1000NG is safer and has been proven to be more effective than its competitors. It will pay for itself quickly when compared to repeat trips to the clinic or doctor’s office, and an at-home unit can fit into your schedule for a more consistent, easier treatment regime.


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