During the recent American Physical Therapy Association Combined Sections Meeting in Las Vegas, Pivotal Health Solutions debuted a new handheld cold laser intended as an economic clinical and at-home device that offers users power and portability. The Apollo 2,000 mW Cold Laser is designed to accommodate a variety of healthcare professionals, including physical therapists, physicians, massage therapists, and chiropractors, as well as patients with a prescription.

The product’s flat design is intended to allow it to fit in the palm of the hand and is also built to allow patients to lie on it for effective positioning during at-home back or neck treatments. It also features an on-and-off switch with no programming necessary, a 3D printed case with a built-in fan, and a unit docking station. Additionally, the Apollo 2,000 mW Cold Laser includes a carry case, safety goggles, a portable battery pack, and a belt holster. The low-level laser technology is designed to penetrate 1 to 2 inches into the skin to stimulate regeneration of damaged cells and tissues.

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[Source: Pivotal Health Solutions]