Wound healing means the endogenous regeneration of damaged body tissue. This regeneration can be therapeutically supported. However, disturbances of wound healing result in wound infection, delayed wound closure and at worst lead to amputation of extremities, such as limbs affected with diabetic ulcers.
In a broader sense, wound healing comprises the integration of organic and inorganic implants in the tissue. Optimizing the wound healing accelerates the integration of implants and improves their stability.
The LASERNEEDLE technology allows trichromatic laser therapy by simultaneous irradiation of the wound with infrared, red and violet laser. While red or infrared laser light accelerates wound healing, violet light acts bactericidal. Even multi-resistant organisms that colonize the wound and cause wound infections can thus be effectively eliminated. The combined use of the different wavelengths optimizes the treatment of wounds by laser therapy.
Advantages of LLLT compared to conventional treatment methods
- accelerated wound healing
- healing of chronic ulcers, which were previously unsuccessfully treated with other forms of treatment such as wound dressings or debridement
- preservation and regeneration of tissue – to avoid amputations of e.g. diabetic leg ulcers, which makes up more than two-thirds of all amputations annually in Germany
- postoperative application leads to improved ingrowth of implants in bone, increased bone mineralization and accelerated recovery of functionality.
- Leg ulcers,
- diabetic foot ulcers,
- chronic wounds,
- acute wounds;
- postoperative wound healing;
On request we will send you more information about scientific evidence on laser therapy showing the improvements in functional testing, pain relief and reduction of oxidative stress markers in the blood.
For the treatment of wounds we recommend the LASERNEEDLE Touch Allround device.