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There are many ways to treat acute pain. You are probably most familiar with the R.I.C.E method when dealing with your patients. As technology evolves, we have to ask ourselves: “Are we limited to traditional treatment methods?”

Low level laser therapy (LLLT) is a non-invasive treatment and is widely used by health practitioners to complement other manual therapies. It is proven to be beneficial in treating difficult conditions, such as acute inflammation.

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The New Standard in Physical Medicine Modalities
The Laser Therapy module is designed specifically for the Intelect Neo Therapy System. The Laser module fully integrates with the Neo’s advanced features such as the Clinical Protocol Setup (CPS) system.

Multiple modalities in one single unit. Select your own unique combination of Laser, Ultrasound, Interferential, EMG and more

Easy-to-use Touchscreen Interface

Quickly and easily save up to 200 user-defined protocols

Treat multiple patients at the same time with different modalities.

Display of energy in choice of joules or joules/cm²

Real time feedback of energy delivered

Built in acupuncture point finder

2 year warranty (applicators 1 year)

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