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Cold Laser Technology Made Even More Accessible with Powerful New Product Available from Laser-Therapy.US

Healing Lasers Design's latest cold laser technology recently hit the market and is now available through leading cold laser retailer Cold Laser-Therapy-US. The new programmable cold laser digital controller boasts unmatched features and a low price, making cold laser technology more readily available to the medical field.

Cape Girardeau, MO (PRWEB) July 27, 2009 - Cold laser equipment also known as low level laser traditionally has been a costly investment. Cold lasers recently became a much more viable option for chiropractors and veterinarians thanks to a new product by leading Healing Lasers Design company. Available for sale for $1455 through leading cold laser retailer Laser-Therapy.US, the new product cuts the price of a conventional machine by thousands as a result of new compact yet powerful technology.

While cold lasers have been used for many years, the cost has kept them out of the reach of many health care offices. With comparable capabilities, power, and efficiency, Cold Laser-Therapy.US has been able to make this product available online at an unprecedented $1,455 per unit. Chiropractors and veterinarians are now able to provide their clientele with top class cold laser treatment.

The new digital hand help controller features rechargeable batteries and comes standard with one laser wand that contains five true cold lasers (three 635nm 5mw Class 3A and two 808nm 150mw Class 3B lasers).

The included travel case contains the 7 ounce, ergonomically-shaped power supply (1.6" x 2.6" x 5.4") as well as a laser wand (2" round and approximately 6" long). The product's newer, simplified design features an LCD screen and user-programmable timer from 15 to 180 seconds in addition to a user-adjustable light pulse rate from continuous to 150hz or pulses of light per second.

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For health care professionals, having a cold laser can make the difference between losing and gaining a valuable patient. An economical, state-of-the-art treatment, cold lasers result in the referral of patients and are able to pay for themselves in no time.

Cold lasers are used the world over by chiropractors, medical doctors and veterinarians because they allow medical experts to offer affordable therapy to patients. Doctors who use cold laser equipment with simple cold laser treatment protocols increase patient satisfaction and generate increased income.

Laser-Therapy.US offers 635nm and 808nm pulsed true cols lasers with both digital desk top and portable controllers. Chiropractors and veterinarians interested in a risk free trial of the new Healing Lasers Design company cold laser can visit the website for further information.

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