At MEDICA 2011, the engineers of the innovative soft-laser specialist MKW (Baden-Baden, Germany) will be presenting the relaunch of a successful product and classic of low-level-laser technology – the laser pen LA-X P200.
The successor model of the LA-X 30A (market launch in 2000) is based on the time-tested principle of the laser pen: the “modern magic wand” is used in accordance with standard, proven therapy methods for the treatment of pain and trigger points as well as small skin areas, and especially as a substitute for needles in acupuncture. Meanwhile even rigorous proponents of the classic needle method have converted to this entirely pain-free and user-friendly principle.
“After successfully introducing the application method more than a decade ago, we have now created the ultimate technical benchmark with the LA-X P200,” emphasizes MKW’s managing partner Mathias Mink. The improved functions for routine procedures in therapy as well as the great user friendliness are convincing arguments in favour of the new, battery-operated laser system. “From offering ten laser output settings and pre-established frequency programmes which give the user free choice of frequencies, all the way to the performance of high-definition searches for acupuncture points, the user is literally handed an optimum range of modern laser technology,” is how Uwe Kirchenbauer, also managing partner of MKW, describes the product.
Incidentally, the soft-laser specialist, who is based in the southern German region of Baden, also develops systems as an outside contractor. For the globally operating acupuncture specialist 3B Scientific (Hamburg), for instance, the company has achieved a milestone in low-energy laser therapy: with the multi-acupuncture system 3B Laser Needle it is possible to stimulate up to twelve acupuncture points simultaneously during one treatment.
You can see the efficiency of the MKW laser systems for yourself when you visit our booth E60 in Hall 9 at MEDICA.
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