Low Level Laser and Pulsed Laser

Low Level Laser Therapy

At Edmonds Regenerative Medicine, Dr. Ted Edwards DC has been providing low level laser therapy to clients for decades. His knowledge and experience in low level cold laser treatment is extensive and up-to-date. The Multi-Radiance TQ Solo low level cold laser is the most inexpensive Super Pulsed Laser on the market. The TQ Solo is a sophisticated laser therapy device available for under $2,000.

What is Low Level Laser Therapy?

While few of us in the United States have heard of low level laser therapy Europeans were early adopters of this Star Trek type of therapy. 

Chronic Pain Management

Over the years I’ve learned that there are times when you cannot effect a cure. The goal is to instead ‘manage’ the health problem. It’s really much like managing your diet or managing your time. You just need the right tools for the job at hand.

Pain Clinic

I wish more people were aware of the preventive health care therapies I teach. Instead, I find most people are in need of chronic pain management. I see these kind of patients everyday and I have found level cold laser therapy is very effective for pain relief. The Multi-Radiance TQ Solo Laser I use has a specific frequency setting that the body perceives as analgesic. 

Red Light Therapy

In its infancy the only LEDs commonly available for LED light therapy  were red. Thus red light therapy was readily available to many practitioners and gained some public recognition. I started with a single Red LED flashlight. Now I used this powerful LED Light Therapy device from Sota Instruments called appropriately LightWorks.  

Led Light Therapy

BTL-Laser-with-probe-cluster used by Ted Edwards DC
BTL Pulsed Laser used clinically, by Ted Edwards DC

I experienced an aha moment during my low level laser therapy education. I learned, from first hand experience that the body likes both coherent and incoherent light. I spent a week using a very sophisticated, high end, expensive European laser (left) on my remaining Bell’s Palsy symptoms. It didn’t help me play my clarinet at all, which was what I so desperately wanted to accomplish. A few weeks later I used LED light therapy using Red and Blue LED lights. I picked up my clarinet and was able to play it for the first time in years. This made me realize that both Low Level Laser Therapy and Led Light Therapy offered viable treatments. It’s just a matter of which one works the best for a particular symptom.