MKW – Your specialist for Low Level laser therapy
Since 1986, MKW has been specialized in low-level laser systems for biostimulation.
The company is one of the leading providers in Europe.
Trendsetting developments, such as the laser shower, the laser comb, the point laser
with automatic laser, as well as the multi-acupuncture system, were launched by MKW.
MKW offers laser devices in high quality
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More information about Low Level Laser
LLLT is a complementary medical treatment method to support the body’s own physiological regeneration processes.
The first medical applications of laser technology were carried out just a few years after the development of the laser in 1960. The Hungarian Endre Mester, a pioneer in laser medicine, investigated the effect of low-energy laser radiation on improved epithelialization of poorly healing wounds in 1963. His results were published from 1967. These studies are the first publications on Low Level Laser Therapy / Low Level Laser Therapy (LLLT). Low level laser therapy uses laser devices that work with low-energy (low level) laser diodes. These laser types usually work athermally. The effect is photochemical (biostimulative). In contrast to surgical lasers, which have high power (in the watt range) and cause a thermal effect in the tissue.
The Low Level Laser Therapy/LLLT is a therapy method from experienced medicine in natural history, which is not one of the generally accepted methods of conventional medicine in the Federal Republic of Germany. Nevertheless, low laser therapy using soft lasers has proven its worth with many representatives of alternative medical treatment methods a name for himself. MKW is a manufacturer of LLLT devices and offers various low laser therapy devices for human and veterinary medicine, tailored to your individual areas of application (e. g. laser acupuncture).
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