THE SCIENTIFIC UNDERPINNING OF NON-THERMAL LASERS – PART 3
Start: 25th February 2021 @ 18:30pm
End: 25th February 2021 @ 19:30pm
Webinar on line
Erchonia Lasers Ltd, Howbery Business Park, Wallingford, Oxfordshire, England
This is a three-part series that looks at the science and evidence behind lasers used in general and specialised clinical practice including demonstrations where applicable. Founded on the science presented in the original 6-hour programme, this series builds on that science and presents practical ways to include non-thermal low-level lasers into multidisciplinary practice.
Lecture Part 3 (25 February 1 hour ) Flyer attached,
Lecture Part 3
Is it possible to take a patient who is prone to injury and pre-treat them to lessen or prevent a future recurrence? The environment of wound management has been difficult to treat, especially in ulcers and burns. NTLLL has been used in this area since the 1960’s, could it help in your practice? Thermal Laser and Light Emitting Diodes; their use, and their effects on the body and place in medical therapy. One of the most used non-drug applications in dermatology.
Based on the premise that our bodies contain everything for life, this module looks at the science underpinning non-thermal low-level laser, and how this modality can be employed to the improvement of our clients who present certain conditions. 60 minutes plus 15 minutes for questions
Presented by: Robert Sullivan, BSc (Hons) Podiatry, MSc Podiatric Surgery, POMS
About Robert Sullivan
Robert Sullivan, is a progressive podiatric surgeon. He thinks outside the box and encourages others to do the same when it comes to client care. He has greatly expanded his scope of practice over the last 25 years to include pharmacology, diabetes related conditions, fat cell management, non-thermal laser interventions. Emeritus Dean of Education to one of Europe’s leading Podiatry Institutes, Robert is a sought-after speaker in Europe, the Middle East and the USA. An active researcher in the area of Non-Thermal Laser, his research includes, Onychomycosis, Diabetic peripheral neuropathy, pain, immunology and fat cell management.
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