neuropathic pain、dysfunction、rheumatic、infectious or non-infectious inflammation、skin disease
infectious or non-infectious inflammation
After irradiation, this device can accelerate the release of the morphine-like substance in the pain area and reduces conduction velocity, strength and impulse frequency of the nervous system of the irradiated portion to achieve a strong analgesic effect.
Irradiating the lesion area can increase the activity of phagocytic cells and enhance immunity to achieve rapid anti-inflammatory effect.
Irradiation can accelerate synthesis of DNA and RNA, boost the growth of new blood vessels and granulation tissue, accelerate protein synthesis, accelerate the metabolism and maturation of a variety of tissue repair cells and boost the generation, deposition and crosslinking of collagenous fibers to achieve tissue repair.
Both of direct irradiating the lesion area where blood flow decreased and indirect irradiating the sympathetic ganglia dominating this lesion area can increase blood flow to provide adequate blood supply and nutrition, promote metabolite exclusion.