Laser For Podiatry
|Laser Type||GaAlAs Diode Laser|
|Maximum Power||9W/15W/ 20W|
|Operation Mode||CW, Single Or Repeat Pulse|
|Pulse Duration||10us- 3s|
|Repetition Rate||0.2Hz- 50KHz|
|Pilot Beam||Red Diode Laser Of 650nm, Power<5mW|
|Control Mode||True Color Touch Screen|
|Transmission System||Medical Fibers 400nm With SMA905 Connector|
- Treatment For Plantar Fasciitis, Achilles Tendonitis, Capsulitis
Plantar Fasciitis is an inflammation of the band of tissue (the
plantar fascia) that extends from the heel to the toes. In this
condition, the fascia first becomes irritated and then inflamed,
resulting in heel pain.Heel pain may also be due to other causes,
such as a stress fracture, tendonitis, arthritis, nerve irritation,
or, rarely, a cyst.
1. Continuous laser wave typically 10-12 watt.
2. Typically 3000 – 4000 joules, delivered through 15-20 min
3. Defocused beam (approx. 4-5 cm) is applied to specific points,
targeting the inflammation (and pain) source.
4. The laser is set to high power laser therapy program, that
delivers maximum continuous laser power for several minutes.
Intermediate area massage is needed to increase blood flow and
allow excess heat to dissipate.
5. Treatment is repeated 4-5 times once a week.
- Laser Ablation Of Foot Warts
Solitary Warts Treatment
The Peralas laser is commonly used as a final step in procedure, to
accurately burn remaining tissue/ leftover infected cells; the
laser intense power is able to vaporize viruses and destroy
The Peralas laser advantage is that it doesn’t cause extensive tissue damage,
it’s precision optical hand pieces are designed to target only very
small areas and allow for superior precision and minimal tissue
damage (as well as faster healing).
Mosaic Warts Treatment
Coagulation is a non-ablative treatment, achieved by applying
focused laser radiation, which dry the wart by coagulating its
capillaries; laser radiation eradicate the Papilloma virus, since
laser radiation causes intense heat at a sub dermis level. The
dried tissue will separate from the healthy tissue underneath and
fall off during the following days. In some cases blistering may
appear, which promote the healing process.
- Laser Close Foot Small Vascular veins
- The Peralas laser is extremely effective in coagulating small lesions, as it’s
infrared radiation effectively absorbs in hemoglobin (and
oxyhemoglobin). The treatment is done with an optical handpiece
that precisely focus the laser beam spot to absorb in the lesion.
- Cooling and topical anesthesia are needed. A single treatment is
usually sufficient to get rid from many common skin lesions.
Treatment should not cause any pain or discomfort! if patient
report on discomfort, more frequent cooling should be used. Results
while usually evident immediately, will require approx. two weeks.
- Laser Removal Plantar Callus
- Treatment is aimed to minimize recurrences, by successfully
coagulating the small vessels that feed the area. In deep corns, a
surgical handpiece is commonly used for deeper areas, applying
focused power while physically cauterizing and bleeding vessels.
- The foot with Corn should be soaked in warm water with
disinfecting solution, for approx. one hour.
- Use local anesthesia around the callus with 4-6 radially
distributed points of injection.
- Remove / scrape excess skin.
- Apply laser to corn root to stop bleeding and fully cauterize