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Treatment Methodology & Protocol


The following treatment instructions are based on the accumulated clinical experience gained over several years of use in the physiotherapy department of Bnei Zion Hospital in Haifa, Israel. Hundreds of orthopedic and rheumatic disorders were successfully treated over this period.


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1. During treatment session, hold the BioBeam 940 vertical to the area to be treated, at a 90º angle. (Figure.1)
2. During treatment, avoid direct exposure of the treated area to other light sources.
3. The spacer rings can be used to focus the beam more precisely.

The following points are to be taken into account in order to receive the most efficient treatment:

A. Orthopedic and Rheumatic Disorders

Identify the exact location of the pain and focus the beam directly on it. This area should be no larger than 2-3 cm. In general, orthopedic and rheumatic pain can be divided into two categories:

1. localized pain
2. Radiated pain (for example, pain in the arm radiating from the neck)
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You can differentiate between these by applying pressure on the spot where the pain is felt. If this pressure generates the same or similar pain, you can assume that what you are feeling is localized pain. If this pressure produces a different type of pain than the one you are feeling, or no pain at all, in all likelihood your pain is radiating from another part of your body.

The BioBeam 940 is suitable for localized pain. In the case of radiated pain, it is advisable to consult with your physician in order to locate the source of the pain, and then BioBeam 940 treatments can be adapted accordingly.

B. Joints

When treating joints, the light is focused on the joint-line area. If you suffer from pain under the knee cap, or feel pain internally and are unable to feel it externally, then the light is applied along the line where the two bones of the joint meet (See fig. 2). The light is applied perpendicular to both sides of the knee separately.  Effective treatment has been achieved in the following cases:

Arthritis

Joint inflammation, in cases where the pain is localized and focused

Tendonitis

Inflammation of the tendon

 

Bursitis

Inflammation of the bursa

 

Tennis elbow
inflammation of the elbow

Backache

Attributed to a joint problem, focused in particular areas, diagnosed by a physician or physiotherapist. For example, Spondylosis in the L4L5 lumbar.

In rheumatic cases, characterized by focused pain and swelling of small joints such as fingers, the BioBeam 940 can be used effectively by treating each area separately.

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Treatment Methodology & Protocol


The following treatment instructions are based on the accumulated clinical experience gained over several years of use in the physiotherapy department of Bnei Zion Hospital in Haifa, Israel. Hundreds of orthopedic and rheumatic disorders were successfully treated over this period.


biobeam940howtouse1
1. During treatment session, hold the BioBeam 940 vertical to the area to be treated, at a 90º angle. (Figure.1)
2. During treatment, avoid direct exposure of the treated area to other light sources.
3. The spacer rings can be used to focus the beam more precisely.

The following points are to be taken into account in order to receive the most efficient treatment:

A. Orthopedic and Rheumatic Disorders

Identify the exact location of the pain and focus the beam directly on it. This area should be no larger than 2-3 cm. In general, orthopedic and rheumatic pain can be divided into two categories:

1. localized pain
2. Radiated pain (for example, pain in the arm radiating from the neck)
biobeam940howtouse2
You can differentiate between these by applying pressure on the spot where the pain is felt. If this pressure generates the same or similar pain, you can assume that what you are feeling is localized pain. If this pressure produces a different type of pain than the one you are feeling, or no pain at all, in all likelihood your pain is radiating from another part of your body.

The BioBeam 940 is suitable for localized pain. In the case of radiated pain, it is advisable to consult with your physician in order to locate the source of the pain, and then BioBeam 940 treatments can be adapted accordingly.

B. Joints

When treating joints, the light is focused on the joint-line area. If you suffer from pain under the knee cap, or feel pain internally and are unable to feel it externally, then the light is applied along the line where the two bones of the joint meet (See fig. 2). The light is applied perpendicular to both sides of the knee separately.  Effective treatment has been achieved in the following cases:

Arthritis

Joint inflammation, in cases where the pain is localized and focused

Tendonitis

Inflammation of the tendon

 

Bursitis

Inflammation of the bursa

 

Tennis elbow
inflammation of the elbow

Backache

Attributed to a joint problem, focused in particular areas, diagnosed by a physician or physiotherapist. For example, Spondylosis in the L4L5 lumbar.

In rheumatic cases, characterized by focused pain and swelling of small joints such as fingers, the BioBeam 940 can be used effectively by treating each area separately.

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$179.95