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Aspen Laser Systems

Exceptional Lasers.
Extraordinary Results.

Featuring World Class Technology, each Aspen Laser System has been carefully designed to provide high quality and reliable performance. Effective from the first treatment, our lasers are more than just another piece of equipment, as they IMPROVE LIVES by offering Drug-Free Pain Relief and Reduced Inflammation for Accelerated Healing.

A BREAKTHROUGH IN PHOTOBIOMODULATION THERAPY

HIGH INTENSITY LASER THERAPY

With New True Dual Wavelength Technology

It’s Time To Take A New Approach To Achieving Outcomes With Laser Therapy. Since 1917 when Albert Einstein established the theoretical foundations for the laser, research has produced a variety of improved and specialized laser types, optimized for different performance goals. However, a form of laser technology used in medicine and referred to since the late 1960’s as “cold laser” or “low level laser therapy (LLLT)” has yet to achieve universal recognition and use by the medical community due to a lack of consistent clinical outcomes and poorly designed and outdated laser technology. Treatment parameters for LLLT were originally established from clinical studies using cells in vitro and in small animal models that recommended very low dosage levels resulting in inconsistent or negative clinical outcomes. The exciting news is that new and advanced technology is now available from Aspen Laser Systems that overcomes these past challenges with consistent and positive clinical outcomes.

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A BREAKTHROUGH IN PHOTOBIOMODULATION THERAPY

HIGH INTENSITY LASER THERAPY

With New True Dual Wavelength Technology

It’s Time To Take A New Approach To Achieving Outcomes With Laser Therapy. Since 1917 when Albert Einstein established the theoretical foundations for the laser, research has produced a variety of improved and specialized laser types, optimized for different performance goals. However, a form of laser technology used in medicine and referred to since the late 1960’s as “cold laser” or “low level laser therapy (LLLT)” has yet to achieve universal recognition and use by the medical community due to a lack of consistent clinical outcomes and poorly designed and outdated laser technology. Treatment parameters for LLLT were originally established from clinical studies using cells in vitro and in small animal models that recommended very low dosage levels resulting in inconsistent or negative clinical outcomes. The exciting news is that new and advanced technology is now available from Aspen Laser Systems that overcomes these past challenges with consistent and positive clinical outcomes.

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HIGH INTENSITY LASER THERAPY – Revolutionizing Treatment Dosage Levels

In contrast to Class 1, 2, and 3 low level lasers (LLLT) with low power from 1 – 500 miliWatts (0.5 Watts) resulting in limited dosage levels; each Aspen Laser System incorporates advanced Class 4 laser technology that are 1,200 times more powerful providing power levels of 1- 60.0 Watts.  These higher powers, in combination with proper wavelengths, laser beam size and treatment techniques enable clinicians to safely and effectively deliver significantly higher dosage levels (a key to success) and enhanced abilities to penetrate deeper into the cellular tissue providing better and longer-lasting clinical outcomes.

TRUE DUAL WAVELENGTH TECHNOLGY – Revolutionizing Treatment Results

In addition to the successful single wavelength models that Aspen Laser Systems has been providing, the Company has recently developed new True Dual Wavelength Technology. Featuring both 810nm and 980nm wavelengths in one laser unit, the result is more treatment options and enhanced ability for many conditions including treatment- resistant. The Summit Laser model, the Pinnacle Laser model and the Pinnacle Pro Laser model series have each been expanded to now include one dual wavelength model. Two unique features are: first, the ability to “truly” operate and control each wavelength independent of each other or in various combinations: andsecond, the power level behind each wavelength is substantially higher than any other dual wavelength laser model in the market. Aspen Laser Systems believes that successful laser therapy requires more than a “one size fits-all approach”; and theTrue Dual Wavelength Technology helps clinicians to treat all patients and conditions more effectively with the benefits of laser therapy.

HIGH INTENSITY LASER THERAPY – Revolutionizing Treatment Dosage Levels

In contrast to Class 1, 2, and 3 low level lasers (LLLT) with low power from 1 – 500 miliWatts (0.5 Watts) resulting in limited dosage levels; each Aspen Laser System incorporates advanced Class 4 laser technology that are 1,200 times more powerful providing power levels of 1- 60.0 Watts.  These higher powers, in combination with proper wavelengths, laser beam size and treatment techniques enable clinicians to safely and effectively deliver significantly higher dosage levels (a key to success) and enhanced abilities to penetrate deeper into the cellular tissue providing better and longer-lasting clinical outcomes.

TRUE DUAL WAVELENGTH TECHNOLGY – Revolutionizing Treatment Results

In addition to the successful single wavelength models that Aspen Laser Systems has been providing, the Company has recently developed new True Dual Wavelength Technology. Featuring both 810nm and 980nm wavelengths in one laser unit, the result is more treatment options and enhanced ability for many conditions including treatment- resistant. The Summit Laser model, the Pinnacle Laser model and the Pinnacle Pro Laser model series have each been expanded to now include one dual wavelength model. Two unique features are: first, the ability to “truly” operate and control each wavelength independent of each other or in various combinations: andsecond, the power level behind each wavelength is substantially higher than any other dual wavelength laser model in the market. Aspen Laser Systems believes that successful laser therapy requires more than a “one size fits-all approach”; and theTrue Dual Wavelength Technology helps clinicians to treat all patients and conditions more effectively with the benefits of laser therapy.

The Science of Photobiomodulation Therapy

All light is composed of photons. Photons are small packets of light energy in the form of waves with a defined wavelength and frequency.

Laser (acronym for Light Amplification by Stimulated Emission of Radiation) can be used as a therapeutic device which produces monochromatic (one specific wavelength), coherent (constant phase) and polarized (directional) light.

Photobiomodulation has been officially defined as a form of light therapy that utilizes non-ionizing forms of light sources, including lasers, LEDs, and broadband light, in the visible and infrared spectrum. It is a nonthermal process involving endogenous chromophores eliciting photophysical (i.e., linear and nonlinear) and photochemical events at various biological scales. This process results in beneficial therapeutic outcomes including but not limited to the alleviation of pain or inflammation, immunomodulation, and promotion of wound healing and tissue regeneration.

Source:   https://www.ncbi.nlm.nih.gov/pmc/articles/PMC4390214

The Science of Photobiomodulation Therapy

All light is composed of photons. Photons are small packets of light energy in the form of waves with a defined wavelength and frequency.

Laser (acronym for Light Amplification by Stimulated Emission of Radiation) can be used as a therapeutic device which produces monochromatic (one specific wavelength), coherent (constant phase) and polarized (directional) light.

Photobiomodulation has been officially defined as a form of light therapy that utilizes non-ionizing forms of light sources, including lasers, LEDs, and broadband light, in the visible and infrared spectrum. It is a nonthermal process involving endogenous chromophores eliciting photophysical (i.e., linear and nonlinear) and photochemical events at various biological scales. This process results in beneficial therapeutic outcomes including but not limited to the alleviation of pain or inflammation, immunomodulation, and promotion of wound healing and tissue regeneration.

Source:   https://www.ncbi.nlm.nih.gov/pmc/articles/PMC4390214

Our Company

With over 30 years of experience, our team at Aspen Laser Systems is helping to pioneer new developments in medicine, with a focus on Photobiomodulation Therapy. Find out what sets us apart from the competition.

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Our Services

With each laser model purchased, Aspen Laser Systems provides a customized Patient Marketing Program; experienced Clinical Training and dedicated Customer Service, developed to ensure your clinical and financial success.

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Your success is our success. Read testimonials from Physicians (and Patients) who trust the Aspen Laser System for successful outcomes.. “I have been in practice for more than 9 years and could not do without my Aspen 30 watt Laser!” – Dr. Josh Adams

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