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Proven efficacy in pain redution

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Easy to use 6 min. twice a day

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Safe for everyday home use

Advantages
Presenting the state of the art in soft laser therapy:

Clinical soft laser power – in a light, portable, rechargeable and user friendly medical device, for the rapid, non-invasive and efficient treatment of pain, wounds, burns, sports injuries, inflammation, acne, and skin rejuvenation. The world’s first portable soft laser device with healing power equal to that of full-sized, stationary, expensive soft-laser machines used only in hospitals and superior care facilities.

  • Natural and non-invasive healing
  • Safe
  • Enables daily treatment at home
  • Light, portable and rechargeable
  • Israeli patent + IP
  • 4.5 cm2 coherent laser beam
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Clinical Applications

Simultaneous treatment for pain relief, orthopedic conditions, wound healing and reduction of swelling and inflammation.

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Pain, bone and tissue injury, and orthopedic conditions
  • Back pain: lower back, upper back, neck, and muscle pain
  • Joints: knees, hips, shoulders, fingers, osteoarthritis
  • Rheumatoid arthritis, and/or chronic tendon inflammation
Sports injuries, hard to heal wounds and fresh scars
  • Heel spurs and sprains
  • Tennis elbow
  • Achilles tendon inflammation
  • Carpal tunnel syndrome (CTS)
Dental applications
  • Toothaches, gum problems, recovery from oral surgery
Medical dermatology
  • Acne
  • Fresh scars and burns
  • Promotes improved and more esthetic healing of surgical incisions
  • Herpes simplex
Acupuncture treatments

Can B-Cure laser address a specific condition you are experiencing? Contact our offices for further information:

Erika Carmel Ltd. – 5 Nahum Het St., Haifa, 3508504, Israel   Tel. + 972-73-7293001/2   Email:info@gd-energies.com

Doctor Recommendations
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Dr. Hagay Amir - MD MSH MSc - Orthopedics (Specialist in Orthopedic Surgery, Physical Medicine and Rehabilitation)

Re: Treatment of IDF Disabled Veterans with Soft Laser Therapy

In the light of my experience with soft laser treatments over the past 23 years, and my familiarity with the professional literature on the subject, I was asked by Michael Schlosser to prepare background and indications in order to examine the possibility of introducing home-use soft laser devices for IDF disabled veterans.

Background

During the long history of medicine, many sages and healers predicted the healing power of the sun. “But for you who revere my name the sun of righteousness shall rise” (Malachi, 3, 20). Many forms of light therapy were proposed.

For the past 60 years, laser treatment techniques have undergone a meteoric evolution. The laser now serves in many fields, including industry and medicine.  The word “laser” is an acronym of Light Amplification by Stimulated Emission of Radiation. The laser is an electromagnetic monochromatic coherent wave with fixed wavelength. As such, it has good penetration ability and is able to transfer a large amount of energy to a very narrow beam. Laser use is accomplished by a single beam or a cluster of beams. Repeated studies found that in wavelengths of 600-900nm and at an intensity of 1-1000mW, not only does a laser wave fail to cause damage, it actually has a beneficial effect on tissue and on the function of cells on the systemic level. Low Level Laser Therapy (LLLT) is the accepted term to differentiate between “soft” lasers, which are used in medical treatment, and “hard” lasers, which are used in several kinds of surgeries. The accepted terminology is therefore soft laser, LLLT, cold laser, or low level laser.

The laser has an effect on the tissue level by lowering the inflammation factors in the injured area, such as prostaglandin-endoperoxide synthases 2, interleukin-1beta, and tumor necrosis factor-alfa. This lowers the entrance of the neutrophil granulocytes, oxidative stress, swelling and hemorrhage. On the cytoplasmic cellular level, the ADP affects the mitochondrion, thereby changing the cellular homeostasis, activating enzymes and increasing ATP production.

The device

B-Cure Laser, an Israeli company, has succeeded in expanding the width of the beam. This innovation enables illuminating an area of about 4.5 cm2 in a 808nm monochromatic coherent wave length, and in 250mW intensity.

The effective soft tissue penetration depth of a laser with such intensity is up to 4 cm. below the skin layer. The energy can reach up to 6 cm., though the effectiveness at such a depth is low. There are no known side effects. There is, as well, no known damage when treating above the recommended therapeutic window. The only limitation: It is recommended not to point the laser directly at the eyes and direct eye contact should be avoided.

In light of this background, the many studies that have been done on the subject and that were documented in the professional literature over the past 20 years, as well as my familiarity with B-Cure Laser and the medical needs of IDF disabled veterans, I would like to detail below the recommended indications.

Recommended Indications for Treating IDF Disabled Veterans:

Treating Tendinitis

For example:
Levator Scapulae Tendinitis, Bicipital Tendinitis, De Quervain’s Tendinitis, Trigger finger, Pez Ancerine Bursitis, Trochanteric Bursitis (in thin people), runner’s knee (Biceps Femoris Tendinitis), jumper’s knee (Patellar Tendon Tendinitis), Achilles tendinitis, Plantar Fasciitis.

Treating Small Joint Arthritis*

For Example: Temporomandibular joint, shoulder pain, finger joints, wrist joints, pain after fracture healing, non-connecting fractures in carpal bones and pain due to osteoporosis in feet joints.

Treating Hard- to-Heal Wounds*

Including diabetic wounds and neuropathic pain.

Treating Acute Injuries*

Painful and absorbed hematoma, injuries and intramuscular hematoma.

Periodontal Healing*

After periodontal surgeries, dental extractions and dental stitching (in these cases, use of high-potency laser is recommended).

 

Treating Nonspecific Back and Neck Pains*

Applying to trigger points, sore muscles and pain points.

  • It is important to note that laser treatment does not replace medical diagnosis and treatment by a licensed physician. However, it can undoubtedly serve as a symptomatic treatment in many cases of musculoskeletal pain, as well as adjunctive therapy and prophylaxis.

 

Treating Biomechanical Chronic Injuries

In some cases injuries can cause deformations, traumas and biomechanical damage that lead to chronic disorders. These disorders cause pain due to aberrant muscle activation, which in turn cause continuous load on fixed points and chronic pain. Patients suffering from these kinds of problems, tend to consume pain killers and other prescribed drugs over long periods of time, which can cause temporary or permanent damage. In these cases it is possible to use the soft laser each time there is an exacerbation of the pain, as well using it as prophylaxis and preservative treatment between exacerbations.

Conclusion:

Given all this, and according to the EBM criteria, I believe it advisable to use this kind of treatment as an alternative to analgesic symptomatic treatment, which is currently given given to IDF disabled veterans, according to the indications above.

Sincerely,

Dr. Hagay Amir

I.D number: 055976021
MD MSH MSc – Orthopedics
Specialist in Orthopedic Surgery, Physical Medicine and Rehabilitation
P.O.Box 249 Tirat Yehuda 73175, Israel
Tel. +972-3-9226964

 

15 July, 2013

Selected Bibliography:

  1. Roberta T Chow, Mark I Johnson, Rodrigo A B Lopes-Martins, Jan M

Bjordal. Efficacy of low-level laser therapy in the management of neck

pain: a systematic review and meta-analysis of randomised placebo or

active-treatment controlled trials. Lancet (2009) 374, 1897-908.

  1. Abrisham, S.M., Kermani-Alghoraishi, M., Ghahramani, R., Jabbari,

L., Jomeh, H., Zare M. Additive effects of low-level laser therapy with

exercise on subacromial syndrome: a randomised, double-blind,

controlled trial. Clinical Rheumatology (2011) 30(10), 1341-6.

  1. Alfredo, P.P., Bjordal, J.M., Dreyer, S.H., Meneses, S.R., Zaguetti, G.,

Vanessian, V., Fukuda, T.Y., Junior, W.S., Martins, R., Casarotto,

R.A., Marques, A.P. Efficacy of low level laser therapy associated with

exercises in knee osteoarthritis: a randomized double-blind study.

Clinical Rehabilitation, (2012) 26(6), 523-533.

Dr. Dothan Avraham - Director Pain Clinic, (Wolfson Medical Centre)

10.08.2013

To: Erika Carmel Ltd.
From: Dr. Dothan Avraham, Director
Pain Clinic
Wolfson Medical Center

 

Re: B-Cure Laser

 

As a senior physician and director of the Pain Clinic, I recommend to my patients that they  use B- Cure Laser, to minimize scarring and post-surgery scarring.

Four of my patients used B-Cure Laser for neck pain, five used the device for lower back pain, five used it for knee pain, and 10 used it following my recommendation for post-surgery scarring, some after heart surgery.

Most of the patients who have used B-Cure Laser report an easing of pain and an improvement of their condition, within approximately a week from the beginning of device use. Those patients use the device 2-4 times a day, 6-8 minutes in each session.

The process of wound healing with the B-Cure Laser is accompanied by improved blood clotting, faster and more efficient healing, with formation of healthy skin tissue and significant reduction in scarring.

In conclusion, I am pleased to report that B-Cure Laser contributes significantly to the (recovery of the) patients in my care, to minimizing orthopedic pain, and to the treatment of post-surgery scars.

I will continue to use it in my clinic and to recommend it to my patients.

Sincerely,

Dr. Dothan Abraham, Director
Pain Clinic
Wolfson Medical Center

Dr. Nimrod Liram - D.C., MSc. Chiropractor, Spine and Musculoskeletal Specialist (The Jerusalem Spine Center)

The Jerusalem Spine Center

Dr. Nimrod Liram D.C., MSc.
Chiropractor
Spine and Musculoskeletal Specialist

 

Re: B-Cure Laser Device

 

I have had this device in my clinic for several months.

A report regarding its use for various purposes and its treatment results follows:

  1. Localized treatment for tendon inflammation of the knee: infrapatellar tendon semimembranosus, VMO. Duration of treatment for inflammation or simple injury to these tendons: 5-10 treatments (in most cases relief was achieved within 2-3 treatments). Improvement for longer periods of time after 5-6 treatments. The protocol included a 6-minute treatment, twice a day.
  1. Localized treatment for chronic inflammation resulting from overload on the adductors. The patient is a competitive international athlete. In this case treatment was intensive for a full week, consisting of 2-3 treatments a day using the device on each painful location in the muscle mass. The result: relief from pain lasting 6 months.
  1. Localized treatment for a second degree burn scar. This treatment was secondary to a back pain problem afflicting the patient. The scar disappeared completely after two treatments.
  1. Sinusitis treatment. Significant relief after two treatments.
  2. Two cases in which the device was used in order to treat osteoarthritis

(OA) of the palm in adults. There were no clear results within the range of a few

days of treatment.

  1. Treatment for pain in the neck muscles connecting to the base of the skull, involving muscle spasm and irritation of the muscle. Muscle strain and pain dissipated after two treatments.

 

These results are excellent. This device provides an additional, easily accessible and safe treatment option.

 

Sincerely,

 

Dr. Nimrod Liram
Chiropractor

July 17, 2011

Beit Hatayelet, 2 Betar St., Arnona, Jerusalem 93886
Tel: +972-2-673-4170 Fax: +972-2-673-4111
Website: www.drliram.com Email: liram_n@inter.net.il

Can B-Cure laser address a specific condition you are experiencing? Contact our offices for further information:

Erika Carmel Ltd. – 5 Nahum Het St., Haifa, 3508504, Israel   Tel. + 972-73-7293001/2   Email:info@gd-energies.com

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Patient Recommendations

I was one of the first pilots in Israel Air Force and participated in six wars.

Following my enlistment in 1948, I injured my left knee during physical training and started to suffer from mild pain, which increased over the years. It reached the point where there was erosion of cartilage in knee.

 

The solution to this was to undergo knee replacement surgery.

I had hard time deciding whether it is wise to have surgery at my age.

Before the scheduled surgery, I had a conversation with an old friend from the air force, who told me he suffers from severe pain in both legs due to osteoarthritis.

He also told me about an innovative device, based on soft laser technology, for treating pain and other orthopedic problems.

He told me he uses this device and highly recommended it.

To be honest, I was a bit skeptical, but I finally decided to give it a try.

I contacted the company that sells the device.

They were very courteous and gave me the device for a trial month.

After several treatments, the pain was significantly reduced and my quality of life saw a marked improvement.

In light of the results, I canceled my surgery.

It’s not a magic solution, but it does relieve the pain and has enabled me to resume my daily routine.

Danny Shapira

About a year ago, we purchased the device for my father-in-law, and we taught him to use it daily, as indicated in the instructions. A few days later, he phoned and thanked us for buying the device. He noted that it’s easier for him to walk, and he does not drag his legs as he used to, due to all the pain.

The device is useful in treating other pain as well. For headaches, after the device is placed on the forehead above the eyebrows for 5 minutes, the pain disappears. The B-Cure Laser really works!

My husband sprained his ankle during a basketball game and was in a great deal of pain. He used the device twice a day, for 6 minutes each time, and felt a significant improvement. As a result, he no longer needed to take painkillers.

I type a lot for work and experience strong pain in my hand, which has been defined as “tennis elbow.” I use the B-Cure Laser device on a few points in my hand and my wrist, as well as on my elbow, and the pain has been greatly reduced.

Rina Melamed

I am 91 years old. Due to a serious deterioration in the cartilage and meniscus of my right knee, I found walking difficult and painful, and had to forego exercising at the gym. My orthopedic surgeon told me that the only solution would be a knee replacement, but that this should not be done at my age.

I saw improvement after one month of using the B-Cure Laser, and after six weeks I was able to renew my gym activities, including riding the bicycle, using the treadmill and the elliptical machine.

B-Cure Laser is my constant companion. I use it every day, even though I am not currently experiencing any knee pain. This device has truly transformed my life.

Harold (Smoky) Simon

Clinical Studies
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Clinical Trials Prove High Efficacy of Soft Laser Therapy

During the last decade, over 2,000 studies have been published on the use of soft laser (LLLT) for the treatment of pain relief, and there have been about 100 double-blind studies that prove the clinical value of laser therapy.

It is important to note that most studies conducted up to this point have used the “old generation” devices, with the treatment frequency for patients set at only 1-3 times a week. This is less than the desired frequency that would enable optimal results.

Thanks to its portability and heavy-duty power, the Good Energies™ LLLT-808 enables immediate and more frequent daily treatments, dramatically improving healing.

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The “at-home LLLT” in temporo-mandibular disorders pain control: a pilot study

A double-blind study conducted in Parma University, Italy: B-Cure Laser significantly reduced (50%) the level of pain experienced by patients suffering from jaw joint pain and problems.

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ANALYTICAL REPORT A PILOT STUDY TO EVALUATE THE EFFECTIVENESS AND SAFETY OF B-CURE ® LASER FOR ATHLETES

Study conducted in The Federal Bio-Medical institute of Russia on the efficacy of B-Cure Laser for the reduction of pain in cases of knee osteoarthritis and injuries, found significant reduction (90+%) of pain level among the patients.

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