K-Laser cube is the world’s most innovative laser therapy: it includes the optimal range of wavelengths, delivering up to 15 different combinations.
Cells are supplied with the substances necessary for its metabolism, such as oxygen and other nutrients primarily by the blood stream which also carries away the catabolic by-products. This wavelength is principally absorbed by the water in our organism and all of the energy transmitted by the laser therapy is converted into heat. The deep strata of tissue become true localized hot spots, which create temperature gradients at the cellular level that stimulate local micro-circulation due to the greater supply of oxygen.
Oxygen is released at varying rates from the blood stream, and the quicker this happens, the greater the supply of nutrients and oxygen the cell will require to carry out all of its natural healing processes. This wavelength is absorbed in part by hemoglobin, water, melanin and the cytochrome C oxidase. The more this wavelength is absorbed, the greater the quantity of oxygen available to the cells.
The terminal enzyme in the respiratory chain is the cytochrome C oxidase, which determines how efficiently the cell converts molecular oxygen into ATP. The absorption by the enzyme has proven to be at its highest with 800 nm being able to produce a molecule of ATP for each oxidation-reduction cycle. The absorption of the photon speeds up this process, accelerating ATP production.
This wavelength is absorbed principally by the melanin in our skin which ensures that a large dose of energy be delivered on the tissue’s surface. Since this laser emission can both inhibit bacterial proliferation and promote cell growth, it is most efficient in wound healing.