The Laser Touch One ™
The Laser Touch One ™ is revolutionizing alternative pain relief. Doctors, nurses and alternative healers have already seen how this break-through technology is capable and proven to accelerate the healing process of severe injuries and other causes of chronic pain. The relief provided by LaserTouchOne’s cold laser and micro-current technology can be more effective than habit forming pain medications.
Low Level Laser Therapy (aka cold laser) is a well-established therapy for pain relief and rehabilitation of numerous injuries. The laser light penetrates tissue where it is absorbed by cells and effectively stimulates healing and rapid pain relief.
Micro-Current Electrical Stimulation stimulates the production of endorphins, which are the body’s natural pain relievers. As a result, local physiological changes become evident, namely muscle relaxation and improved circulation. When this occurs, oxygen flows more freely and promotes natural healing.
The LaserTouchOne™ technology combines the two therapies above into one device. In clinical study, it was compared to a cold laser device and separately a micro-current electrical stimulation device. The LaserTouchOne™ device was successful in reducing pain by at least 2 points in 93.1% of the Completer population (compared with 83.3% with the TENS device and 62.5% with the LLT device).
Contact Janine Ray if you are interested in purchasing a LaserTouchOne™ device for home use, or if you’d like to rent one for a week. Weekly rental rate is $50.00, which can be applied to purchase price. To purchase a LaserTouchOne™ device, the cost is a simple $489.00 (excluding tax).
LaserTouchOne™ therapy can be added to your massage appointment for $5.00 extra, so ask Janine if you would like to try it, the first time is free!
Janine Ray, LMT is a distributor for the LaserTouchOne™ cold laser/micro current pain relieving medical device
Proven to Be 93% Effective for Reducing Pain
The LaserTouchOne was compared in a clinical study to a cold laser device and separately a micro-current electrical stimulation device. The LaserTouchOneTM device was successful in reducing pain by 93.1% of the Completer population (compared with 83.3% with the TENS device and 62.5% with the LLT device).