The most proven and supported therapeutic laser on the market today.
Innovative and Affordable Treatment that Works
Multi Radiance Medical’s easy-to-use Super Pulsed Lasers give healthcare providers and patients an affordable, safe and effective treatment program for a wide variety of patients who have plateaued in their progress or have not responded to traditional therapy techniques.
Multi Radiance Medical Super Pulsed Laser technology has been validated in vitro, in vivo, in controlled laboratory experiments, and in clinical practice. Our multiple wavelength technology has been clinically proven to provide optimal treatment, safe for all skin pigmentation, without raising skin temperatures to dangerous levels—unlike Class IV and Class 3B lasers.
PROVEN, POWERFUL, SAFE AND EFFECTIVE
Multi Radiance Super Pulsed Lasers use proven technology to deliver light energy to tissue, which reduces pain and increases circulation.
Cascading Energy Effect™ Multi Radiance Super Pulsed Lasers combine three clinically proven wavelengths to create the Cascading Energy Effect™, allowing for deeper penetration and enhanced absorption of light.
Super Pulsed Laser
The Super Pulsed Laser (905nm) produces high-powered light in billionth-of-a-second pulses. The power of each pulse drives the photons deep into the target tissue. Multi Radiance Medical’s technology’s power of up to 50,000mW creates a high peak photon density, strongly reducing pain and improving microcirculation.
Pulsed broad band infrared emitting diodes (875nm) penetrate shallower tissue depths than the laser, but provide a broader spectrum of coverage.
￼Pulsed Red LEDs
Pulsed red light (660nm) penetrates shallower depths.
￼Static magnetic field
Static magnetic field keeps ionized molecules of tissue in a dissociated state, enhancing the body’s potential to absorb energy.
Electrical stimulation (LaserStim)
LaserStim delivers electrical impulses and light through the skin and tissue, with the help of our exclusive TARGET (Treatment Area Recognition and Guidance Enhanced Technology).
WHAT IS LASER TREATMENT?
L.A.S.E.R. (Light Amplification by Stimulated Emission of Radiation) is a name for a type of intense radiation of the light spectrum. A laser is a beam of light in which high energies can be concentrated. Laser light has unique physical properties, which other types of light do not have. These are coherence and monochromaticity. These are what makes laser light so effective compared to other kinds of light in the field of pain reduction and healing. Laser treatment (also known as phototherapy and low level laser therapy) involves the application of low power coherent light to injuries and lesions to stimulate healing and reduce pain. It is used to increase the speed, quality and strength of tissue repair, resolve inflammation and give pain relief. Low level laser technology has been found to offer superior healing and pain relieving effects compared to other electrotherapeutic modalities such as ultrasound, especially in dealing with chronic problems and in the early stages of acute injuries. Low level laser technology is a complete system of treating muscle, tendon, ligament, connective tissue, bone, nerve, and dermal tissues in a non-invasive, drug-free modality.
The Pillars Paper is an industry first for therapeutic lasers. It validates Multi Radiance Super Pulsed Laser Technology in vitro, in vivo, in controlled laboratory studies and in clinical studies. The Paper documents key laser parameters such as the depth of penetration time profile, thermal time profile, and peak activation time profile of each wavelength. Finally, the Pillars Paper confirms a bi-phasic dosimetry curve for treating acute and chronic conditions.
The Comparative Pillars Paper is another therapeutic laser industry first that compares the safety, efficacy, and effectiveness of Multi Radiance Super Pulsed Laser Technology to Class 3B and Class 4 therapeutic lasers. The studies contained in this paper clearly establish the superiority of Multi Radiance technology and warn of the unintended consequences that using high-powered lasers can have on desired patient outcomes.