June 23, 2012 — Many full-service salons, day spas, spas, medical spas, and wellness centers have been successfully using lasers for effective new service protocols.
Business partners Ronnie Weir and Tom Skoog launched Laser Wellness Private Membership Association (PMA) in 2007, because they wanted to offer to help people invest in their health using low level laser therapy (LLLT). Today, beauty care professionals are using LLLT to help clients dealing with acne, rosacea, pain as well as many other cosmetic, health, and wellness challenges.
Laser Wellness PMA is the critically important education, support and sales arm of the QLaser System. In addition to teaching people the physics behind lasers and usage techniques, they help teach professionals and consumers alike why they should invest in their health as well as how to change their attitudes towards traditional medicine.
Low level laser therapy: LLLT is a non-invasive, non-thermal way in which subtle, coherent light energy penetrates the skin and underlying tissues to stimulate natural healing in the body.
These healing beams of light are the basis of the QLaser System, the only low level laser therapy system in the world said to have FDA approval for osteoarthritis of the hands. The QLaser uses low intensity true laser diodes to shed light on different parts of the body to help re-energize cells, reduce inflammation, stimulate blood flow, enhance endorphin production, and increase lymphatic drainage. In addition LLLT promotes collagen and elastin production, the building blocks of the skin.
Natural therapy treatments: The QLaser works naturally with the body and mimics how the cells already communicate instantaneously throughout the body with coherent, infrared light, called bio-photons. In doing so, LLLT restores permeability and re-energizes the sick and damaged cells of the body more effectively than any other modality out there.
Source: Laser Wellness PMA, laserwellnesspma.com