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I use Multi Radiance Cold Laser for years and am so impressed by it. It’s my privilege to have John Mark Strong discuss it but also with a new twist. He covers the Veterinary side of cold laser use and the handheld portable rental to patient capabilities of cold laser.John Mark Strong is marine biology trained and has vast experience running startups. His passion for photobiostimulation aka cold laser started when his friend used it for a bad knee. He chalked it up as placebo effect at first but it peaked his interest to devour the research on this therapeutic cold laser idea.
Turns out lots of class IV lasers are turned down so they stop cutting with precision and the beam is spread out. The problem with class IV cold lasers, they aren’t that cold. They actually warm the tissue to the point of thermal damage if they aren’t moved around enough. Well he found Multi Radiance Technology that uses a different gallium that allows heat not to build up. Which means you can leave the device (cord or portable) in one place for even a full minute and heat will not build up in the tissue.
The technology is called Super Pulsed and because of the gallium as well as a few other things, the class 1 cold laser won’t have the heat buildup but will have greater depth of tissue penetration. Photobiostimulation will amaze you and he discusses how it• Speeds healing • Reduces inflammation • Animals or Humans • Super Pulsed Technology • Class IV vs the safer Class 1 • Drug Free • Non-Invasive • Faster Recovery • Pain Reducing • Over 4000 studies • Scar Tissue Reduction
In 2010 he visited a couple Veterinarians in New York. He helped the carpal tunnel and Achilles tendon so they let them treat the horse. Animals don’t have placebo effect and the horse improved. This was the catalyst for their Official Cold Laser sponsorship of the World Equestrian Games. www.youtube.com/vetlasertv 37+ videos he has made. The laser devices by Multi Radiance can be used in humans for knees, shoulder, necks and animals as small as little birds to elephants. www.lasertherapyU.com for articles, videos, webinars about protocols and research.ACTIVet / ACTIVet Pro / MyPet Cold Laser: Portable, Cord Less, Fits in Pocket, 50 Watts, No heat, No need to move it around.
Ernesto Ceaser Pinto Leal Jr, PhD has over 50 peer reviewed studies and he hails out of Nove Julho University in Brazil.
If you are wondering how the light can penetrate feathers and fur then listen to the episode to find out more. What’s the differences between Vet and Human Versions? What is an appropriate dose (dosimetry) of light energy (joules) for different conditions and are they validated by research? Gate Pulsed laser vs SuperPulsed, is there a difference or is it just semantics. How does having 3 frequencies of light affect depth of tissue penetration?
Listen to find out about the newest program. The doctor buys the portable lasers. They rent them to the patient. The patient delivers the treatment to their pet at home for a week. THIS IS HUGE! The animals don’t get stressed out going to the vet, the vet makes passive income and again the owner and pet are happy because the arthritis for example actually improves. The Program comes with a complete marketing system too. www.multiradiance.com
Bonus: He hints at a new portable device for humans that is a breakthrough and might just be my next purchase.
He discusses marketing tips to convince the staff, yourself and patients that this red light is actually doing something. Minute 35 ish
What does nitric oxide have to do with laser, ATP, ADP and mitochondria for that matter?
Vets and Dentists are the top suicide rates among doctors and we discuss some of the reasons and ways to cope with the daily stress. Find a safe space and maybe try meditation.
Books: Karen Becker
Show notes can be found at www.adoctorsperspective.net/52 here you can also find links to things mentioned.