93% effective at reducing painLaser Touch One™ can help with:
- muscle recovery
- cellular healing
- reducing overall recovery time
For a better understanding of how we use the Laser Touch One device in our practice, watch this short 3 minute video:
The Laser Touch One™ is a breakthrough pain relief device cleared by the Food and Drug Administration (FDA) for over-the-counter sale – and the only product on the market today that combines two proven therapies: low-level laser and micro-current electrical stimulation.
Research has shown that, in combination, these two therapies – each evidence-based and scientifically proven – treat the source of pain (not the symptoms) and promote the body’s natural healing process at the cellular level.
Developed by a physician and expert in pain and pain relief treatments and previously available only under a doctor’s care, the Laser Touch One™ pain relief solution is now available for personal use without a prescription.
The FDA’s summary of use states: this combination of low-level laser and micro-current electrical stimulation provides symptomatic relief of chronic, intractable pain, and is indicated for adjunctive treatment of post-surgical and post-traumatic acute pain and for adjunctive use in providing temporary relief of minor chronic neck and shoulder pain of musculoskeletal origin.
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The Science Behind LaserTouchOne
The LaserTouchOne™ is revolutionizing alternative pain relief. Doctors, nurses and alternative healers have already seen how this breakthrough technology is able to accelerate the healing process of severe injuries and other causes of acute and chronic pain. The relief provided by LaserTouchOne’s cold laser and micro-current technology can be more effective than habit-forming pain medications.
Study 1: LaserTouchOne™ Therapies 91.6% Effective in Reducing Pain Associated with Carpal Tunnel SyndromeThe goal of this study was to measure pain reduction and longevity of the pain reduction with carpal tunnel syndrome patients. The 2 primary modalities used on every patient in the same manner was a combination of LLLT and micro-current electrical stimulation. The result was that 91.6% of the study patients experienced not only significant pain relief but cost savings as well. Read more…
Study 2: Low Level Electrical Stimulation Proven to Increase ATP ProductionATP is what the body needs to repair cells and reduce pain. The results of this study indicate that electrical stimulation of the tissue resulted in remarkably increased ATP (the cellular energy molecule) concentrations in the skin. Read more…
Study 3: Low Level Laser Therapy Proven to Be More Effective in Stimulating ATP ProductionThe authors of the paper take into account the hundreds of studies on LLLT completed over the past 40+ years and conclude that LLLT delivered at low doses tends to work better than the same wavelength at high levels and that LLLT stimulates the ATP production, a molecule necessary for cellular repair and healing. Read more…
Study 4: LaserTouchOne™ Proven to Be 93% Effective for Reducing PainThe LaserTouchOne™ was compared in a clinical study to a cold laser device and separately a micro-current electrical stimulation device. The LaserTouchOne™ device was successful in reducing pain by 93.1% of the Completer population (compared with 83.3% with the TENS device and 62.5% with the LLT device). Read more…
Low Level Laser Therapy (aka cold laser) is a well-established therapy for pain relief and rehabilitation of numerous injuries. The laser light penetrates tissue where it is absorbed by cells and effectively stimulates healing and rapid pain relief.
Micro-Current Electrical Stimulation sends small amounts of electrical current to the cells which stimulates repair and healing – it promotes the production of ATP (the cell’s energy molecule) and protein, as well as assists in the absorption of nutrients and the elimination of wastes. When injured cells are able to repair, increased mobility and pain relief are achieved.
The LaserTouchOne™, which combines the two therapies in one device, was compared in a clinical study to a cold laser device and separately a micro-current electrical stimulation device. The LaserTouchOne device was successful in reducing pain by at least 2 points in 93.1% of the completer population (compared with 83.3% with the TENS device and 62.5% with the LLLT device).
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Frequently Asked Questions
It is recommended to use when you have pain for before or after a workout. Many people use it up to 5x a day!
Some major private plans and Blue Cross/Blue Shield may pay up to 80% of the cost of the LaserTouchOne™ in a single payment with a prescription. Your plan may vary. You will not need a prescription to purchase your LaserTouchOne™; however you will need a prescription to provide to your insurance company as part of your claim for reimbursement.
In general, to get reimbursed you will need:
- A Letter of Medical Necessity from your doctor
- A Prescription from your doctor, AND
- A patient history of failed alternatives such as pain meds, therapy, etc.
CPT for attended electrical stimulation: 97032 (requires dozens of visits)CPT for unattended electrical stimulation: 60283 (home use)CPT for patient training: 64550 Chronic, intractable painThe LaserTouchOne is registered with the FDA as a TENS (Transcutaneous Electrical Nerve Stimulation) device for pain.The best way to submit the cost of the device for coverage is to use the TENS description, E0720, and to have your physician write the prescription for pain, noting on the prescription that the physician requests “Laser Touch One™, Brand Specific”and the words “Medically Necessary”.
PLEASE NOTE: Even with these notes on the prescription, your provider may request that you use one of their own forms – ask your agent.