Laser medicine

Using a medical laser, non-invasive laser light is applied to reduce pain and inflammation and to promote healing.

About laser and laser treatments

The laser light is applied, in contact, to normal healthy skin. Sensitive or damaged skin and open sores are treated in a non-contact way, with the laser-aperture held at a distance of one to a few centimetres from the skin. In order to achieve a good, effective result the laser light needs to be able to penetrate the skin tissue and reach the area to be treated.

Infrared wavelengths such as 904 nm (super pulsed) and 808 nm have the best penetration-capacity and are therefore used on deep-lying problems e.g. joints and muscles. Lasers with visible wavelengths such as 660 nm, 520 nm and 450 nm have lesser penetration-capacity and are therefore used on superficial problems such as tendons, skin or sores.

When laser light is applied to skin or tissue it is absorbed, reflected and spread in various directions. The deeper the light penetrates the tissue, the weaker it becomes, therefore a larger amount of laser light energy is used when treating, for example, muscles and joints, as compared to open sores.

Are you interested in using medical lasers in your business? Contact us to borrow a laser system to try out. We'll help you get started and provide support for your trial.

What the users say

Mid-laser reduced post-operational and post-damage swelling. Using this type of treatment, we have noticed a faster rate of healing. It is effective when treating damage and inflammation in muscles and sinews. We have also noticed a positive effect on pain-levels and swelling when treating neck and back problems.

- Sergel Rehab Physiotherapy

I have worked with Irradia's lasers for 7-8 years, and I am very pleased with the results. It doesn't matter if it's about pain, ischias, tinnitus, inflammation, open wounds, diabetic problem or any other physical issues I've encountered: Laser treatments has dealt with them all!

- Pia Pedersen, Kinesiolog, Access Consciousness Facilitator & Laser therapist, Gudinnans Oas, Borlänge

As we all know, you can't massage irritated or inflamed areas. This is where the laser comes in as a good tool, given its inflammation-suppressing qualities. Reducing the strain on the body during treatments is a big plus.

- Lena Bernstén, Massage therapist, Certified laser therapist, Göteborg

I was back in the saddle a month after giving birth to my daughter Isabell. This might not seem like so much, but given that I had a C-section, it's actually really fast. It could never have been done without help from Irradia. I treated my stomach with laser every other day for three weeks, which resulted in increased rate of healing for tissue, muscles and scars.

- Linda Heed, Professional horse rider

I'd rather trade in my Paralympics gold than my MID-LITE Laser. It's thanks to this instrument that I can continue my athletic pursuits.

- Andres “Järnmannen” Olsson, Swimmer

As a Chiropractor, the MID-Laser is an excellent complement to my treatments. It's easy to use and maintain. The majority of my patients receive laser treatment.

- Hannibal Malki, Chiropractor, Stockholm

The MID-LITE laser is a small, convenient, battery-powered device that is easy to bring to the homes of patients or while travelling.

- Helena Janlöv-Remnerud, Lymphotherapist, Certified nurse

The more I work with my MID-Laser (roughly 5 years now), the more I experience and appreciate the possibilities that the therapy offers. It has become an indispensable complement to my normally OMT/OMI-centered treatments. For some patients, where physical treatments are impossible or unwanted, it becomes the only alternative. In addition to this, Irradia's excellent support and service makes it even better.

- Kees Sermon, Physiotherapist, Ådalens Fysio, Sollefteå

I have used MID-Laser for almost 10 years to strengthen the treatments I perform with lymphotherapy on patients with swelling and pain. The combination of lymphotherapy with infrared laser makes treatments more effective and increases the time before symptoms reappear.

- Helena Janlön-Remnerud, Lymhptherapist, Certified nurse

Thanks to laser therapy, my customers are pleased and completely free from osteoarthritis-related pain.

- Anna-Lena Häger, Certified masseuse, Täby

type of lasers

Laser types with different wave lengths penetrate the skin at different depths.

most superficial
Visible blue light
450 nm
Visible green light
520 nm
Visible red light
660 nm
Invisible infrared light
808 nm
Invisible super pulsed infrared light 904 nm

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Treatment methods

Applying laser light at distance, in contact or with pressure results in various effects on scattering and penetration.

At distance
In contact
With pressure
Deep-seated tissue