Frequently asked questions

We have answered some of our frequently asked questions below. If there is anything else you’d like to ask then, please, get in touch, we’d be happy to help! You can find our contact details here.

How many K-Laser treatments are necessary?

The measurable effects of K-Laser therapy are cumulative in nature, and usually require multiple treatments. Often the patient will experience relief immediately after the first or second treatment. The number of sessions will depend on the exact diagnosis, age and overall health status of the patient. In general, acute conditions can be treated more frequently and require fewer visits, typically 2-6. Chronic conditions may require 6- 10 or more visits.

Are there any safety risks associated with class IV laser therapy?

K-Laser treatments are extremely safe when applied by a K-Laser certified, properly trained professional. K-Laser treatments should never be given directly over the eye, the thyroid gland or over tumors – along with other absolute and relative contraindications as spelled out in the K-Laser Safety Manual. K-Laser treatment is safe to deliver over bones with metal implants, broken skin, and on acute, swollen injuries. Also, pregnant technicians and assistants can safely give K-Laser treatment.

What producer warranty comes for the K-Laser?

2 years for laser device & 1 year for fiber Cube 3, Cube 4.

5 years for laser device & 2 years for fiber Cube Plus, Plus 30, Performance, Performance 30

Can my assistant use K-Laser?

Yes, physiotherapist, medicine nurse or veterinary doctor assistant can do treatments with K-Laser if they are trained to work with K-Laser

Are there any special requirements for premises when working with K-Laser?

If there are windows in the laser room, curtains, blinds or opaque films must be installed to cover them.

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