K-Laser Technology


LASER is the acronym for "Light Amplification by Stimulated Emission of Radiation".

K-laser therapy is a synonym for modern physical therapy and offers a wide range of treatment options.

Mode of action on several levels:

  • Cell metabolism, tissue metabolism (blood circulation)
  • Macrophage activity: "Scavenger cells" take up "waste products" (reduction of inflammations, fibrosis, oedema)
  • Nociception (pain perception)
  • Nervous system
  • Immune system

The photons of the K-Laser application can produce an improved metabolism in the tissue by increasing the blood circulation (4 wave lengths for deeper tissue penetration) and through energy release (ATP release in the mitochondrium of the cell) thereby contributing to the regeneration and repair of different body cell structures in a sustained manner.

Improvement of the general metabolic situation makes the regulation of pain perception (nociception) possible.

So-called "waste products" left in the tissue from inflammatory processes (fibroses) and having a negative impact on blood circulation and lymphatic drainage (oedematous back-ups) can be discharged faster through the stimulation of the macrophage activity ("scavenger cells", which absorb waste products) as well as the stimulation of capillary development (angiogenesis).

Sustained support of nerve regeneration as well as improvement of the further neuro-muscular function chain can also be achieved on the neuro-physiological level through regulation of pain stimulus routing.

From an immunological perspective, the immune system is stimulated starting with the first treatment. The healing mechanisms of the body for regaining and optimising its own body functions can thus be supported with the intervention of the K-Laser.

The increased blood circulation supplies the cells with more blood. The delivery of haemoglobin to the cells is accelerated through K-Laser therapy. The probability of oxygen delivery is increased as soon as the haemoglobin absorbs photons from the laser radiation. The result is increased ATP production. This means more energy for the cell.

The objective of effective K-Laser treatment is therefore not the pathology itself but rather the stimulation of the respective cell portions that support the body's natural healing mechanisms.