FREQUENTLY ASKED QUESTIONS
How to use photomodulation in my daily practice?
By stimulating natural repair mechanisms, photomodulation is a technique that is perfectly complementary to the technologies usually used by physical therapists.
How to integrate the Pain protocol into the treatment of the patient?
The Pain Protocol is not a treatment protocol, it can be used before during or after a session to facilitate the handling of the patient and relieve the pain induced during the session.
I have no results following the use of the protocol Pain? What to do?
In some cases, the dose received by the patient is not sufficient to reduce the pain sensation, do not hesitate to renew the protocol a second time.
In the absence of results, it may be a projected pain, so it is advisable to stimulate the initial / original area.
My patient experiences a sensation of heat on the skin after treatment, is this normal?
Yes this is normal, and is not dangerous for the patient. Indeed the electronics embedded in our devices can heat slightly during the treatment.
How far from the skin should I use the ELYX Pro?
All protocols of the Light Motion Pro device are used 5 cm away from the area to be treated; however, we recommend following the usage parameters listed in our protocol catalog.
ELYX Pro comes with an Android tablet to control the device from an integrated interface. This interface also shows you the working distance and the duration of the treatment.
Can I combine several treatments in the same session?
Combinations of treatments are possible but never on the same session. Only the association pain protocol (1min) + treatment protocol is used depending on the pain felt by the patient.
My patient has tendinitis, which protocol(s) to use?
It all depends on the type of tendinitis and the area where it is located. For superficial tendinitis (Achilles heel tendinitis, tendinitis in the knee, fascia lata syndrome), it is recommended to use the "Inflammation" protocol; for more in-depth issues, it is best to use the "tendinitis" protocol because it includes near-infrared and the light penetrates deeper.