Treatments are performed by positioning the laser hand piece approximately 1/2" to an 1" above the skin and surrounding the area of injury and pain with the beam. Various areas may be treated including:

  • Directly over the site of injury or lesion
  • Nerve roots or superficial nerve trucks
  • Acupuncture points
  • Trigger points or tender points

Depending on the conditions being treated your therapy may be administered through either a contact or non-contact hand piece. The contact hand piece is designed to allow the practitioner to physically manipulate the tissue while administering the treatment, resulting in a laser-massage treatment.  This allows for light to penetrate deeper into tissues than the non-contact hand piece and it's ability to displace tissue.

Visit http://www.litecure.com/medical/laser-therapy/the-basics/ to watch a video regarding the administration of the laser.

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