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FAQ KNEEPAIN LASER DEVICE
The knee is the largest joint in the body located between the thigh bone (femur) and shin bone (tibia). The joint is protected in front by the knee cap (patella). Cartilage on the ends of each bone and underneath the knee cap absorbs shock and provides a smooth, gliding surface for joint movement. Ligaments, tendons, and muscles run along the sides and front of the knee connecting the shin bone to the thigh bone at the center of the knee.
Some of the most common causes of knee pain are swollen or torn ligaments, cartilage (meniscus) tears, and a condition known as runner’s knee. Some people are more likely to develop knee problems than others depending on their job, participation in certain sports and recreational activities, their age, or physical conditions such as osteoporosis or arthritis.
Arthritis affects the musculoskeletal system, specifically the joints. It is the main cause of disability among people. There are more than 100 kinds of arthritis, with many different possible causes, but usually involves pain, swelling, and stiffness in the joints. The most common form of arthritis is osteoarthritis, where patients lose cartilage – a critical tissue that protects the joints from damage caused by movement and pressure. This is the most common cause for knee pain.
A number of factors can increase your risk of having knee problems, including:
Excess weight: Being overweight or obese increases stress on your knee joints, even during ordinary activities such as walking or going up and down stairs. It also puts you at increased risk of osteoarthritis by accelerating the breakdown of joint cartilage.
Biomechanical problems: Certain structural abnormalities — such as having one leg shorter than the other, misaligned knees and even flat feet — can make you more prone to knee problems.
Lack of muscle flexibility or strength: A lack of strength and flexibility are among the leading causes of knee injuries. Tight or weak muscles offer less support for your knee because they don’t absorb enough of the stress exerted on the joint.
Certain sports: Some sports put greater stress on your knees than do others. Alpine skiing with its rigid ski boots and potential for falls, basketball’s jumps and pivots, and the repeated pounding your knees take when you run or jog all increase your risk of knee injury.
Not all knee pain is serious. But some knee injuries and medical conditions, such as osteoarthritis, can lead to increasing pain, joint damage and disability if left untreated. And having a knee injury — even a minor one — makes it more likely that you’ll have similar injuries in the future.
Hundreds of research studies have shown laser therapy to be safe and effective. Laser Therapy is non-invasive, non-toxic and non-thermal. Unlike other forms of radiation, laser therapy is beneficial rather than harmful to tissue.
Yes, you may apply the ointment before using the device. But make sure that ointment should spread properly on skin
Device with massager applied to the painful area. Through this therapy the direct irradiation on your knee. It improve the micro circulation & metabolism in the irradiation area and increase an abundant blood supply to the injured tissue. Laser therapy uses a process called photobiomodulation. Light Photons enter the tissue and interact with the cytochrome c oxidase within mitochondria. This interaction triggers a biological cascade of events that leads to an increase in cellular metabolism and decrease in both pain and inflammation.
The number of treatments will vary with regard to the individual problem as every patient and condition responds to Laser Therapy uniquely
No side effect. Unlike many pharmaceutical options, this device is non-toxic; in comparison with surgical procedures, it is non-traumatic and most important, it is non-invasive
Numbers of patients use this device and they quite satisfied.
Person should use this device for their healthy knee. Device don’t have any harm effect, it is helpful to get relief from pain, inflammation, relax tissues, enhanced metabolism and tissues repair etc
Person with arthritis, osteoarthritis, frozen shoulder, tendonitis, sports playing person.
No, supervision required, it can be used at home.
It really works by its technology. By the process of photo bio modulation this device provide relief in knee joints.
It simply provides you relief from pain and inflammation. If someone having an acute pain it may give effect soon as compare with chronic pain. Person with chronic pain may take time.
If person already intake pain killer or medicines for swelling and inflammation, it may be reduce after some time. Overall it reduce the intake of medicines.
After age of 18 person can use knee pain laser device.
In pregnancy, cancerous patient, children below age 15 years.