Many practitioners think about lasers as therapy for various conditions like Fasciitis, Tendonitis, Arthritis, pain and inflammation. Diode lasers are very versatile. Swapping handpieces or adding on attachments to the handpiece allows for increased uses including wounds, ulcers, warts, dermatological conditions like Psoriasis as well as venous insufficiency and fungal nails.
- What Is Laser Therapy Used For?
- Biological Effects Of The Laser In Detail
- Diabetic Foot Ulcers
- Venous Insufficiency
- Dermatological Conditions
- Scar Tissue
Rob Berman is a Partner at Berman Partners, LLC, a medical device sales, service and marketing company. Berman Partners specializes in new and pre-owned continuous wave, handheld/portable lasers, unattended lasers and light therapy. Our Partners have helped hundreds of doctors improve patient outcomes and increase revenue. He has an MBA in Marketing from Boston University.