LightStream® | wave - Laser therapy without limits

The first cl. 4 therapy laser (HILT) with all biofrequencies, modular concept

The LightStream laser system is modular and consists of various innovative components (stationary and mobile). The LightStream | wave (cl. 4) offers up to 15 W laser power, so-called High-Intensity-Laser-Therapy (HILT). Due to the high power, the therapy time with the LightStream | wave is very short and the laser energy penetrates deep into the body and tissue. The LightStream | wave can be used for almost every indication in the field of photobiomodulation and enables direct, tangible results.

LightStream stationary (cl. 4) and mobile (cl. 3B and 4)

LightStream stationary and mobile laser, laser therapy cl. 4 und cl. 3B, HILT
The LightStream laser system consists of the following components

  • Base station (+ laser device)
  • Stationary laser device with three wavelengths
  • Mobile laser with single wavelength or cluster attachment
  • Scanner
  • Fibre optic system (laser needle)

The control unit communicates via bluetooth with the stationary and mobile laser.

Laser therapy with the LightStream is non-invasive, gentle, beneficial and relaxing. During the laser treatment, depending on the setting, an intensive relaxing deep warmth is created, a biologically active flow of light, which has a positive effect on the metabolism of the cells and the blood circulation.

Comprehensive laser therapy with the LightStream

Laser therapy with the LightStream class 4 und class 3B

Pleasant warmth flows through the body

The LightStream high intensity laser therapy (HILT) fits perfect for the following areas:

  • Orthopaedics
  • Sports Medicine
  • Physiotherapy
  • Pain management 

For sensitive patients the skin test can be used to determine the individual heat threshold in order to provide maximum comfort

Modulation, programs, favorites, treatment plans, service

In order to ensure simple therapy, technical parameters such as power, modulation/frequencies, pulse width and much more are of course pre-programmed or, depending on the orientation of the practice, freely programmable and can also be saved as favourites. Also to be mentioned is the patient-related design of treatment plans, so that laser therapy can be delegated directly to the trained personnel.

RJ Service App: Service and updates are carried out using the Service App, directly in your practice. In addition, therapy data can be exchanged with colleagues.

The optical window

The optical window, LightStream laser therapy cl. 4, photobiomodulation

Wavelengths in the "optical window" = optimum penetration depth

The three therapeutically proven wavelengths, 670 nm, 808 nm, 915 nm lie within an "optical window" for optimal penetration depth (lowest absorption by water, hemoglobin, melanin, for optimal depth effect).

Penetration depth

LightStream laser therapy class 4, penetration depth of the laser beams, best photobiomodulation

Therapeutically effective wavelengths

The selection and combination of the above mentioned wavelengths are the foundation for the success of the laser therapy (HILT). For example, ATP synthesis (a major factor in cell stimulation) is triggered via absorption bands of cytochrome c-oxidase.

Effective pulse forms

Effective pulse forms of LightStream cl. 4, laser therapy, photobiomodulation

The advantage: biofrequencies and therapeutically effective pulse forms

The modulation frequency of the laser is definitely an important contribution to the success of the therapy, therefore all bio frequencies are programmed in the LightStream (e.g. resonance frequencies according to Nogier, Bahr, Reininger, Scholtes).
Of course, the type of transmission, the pulse shape, is also important. The duty cycle of the pulse forms can be changed specifically. The biopulse is to be emphasized, which is quasi a "light massage", the power swells up and down.
In addition, the modulation also controls and optimises the thermal behaviour.

Point therapy

Laser therapy of small areas, selective laser treatment, acupuncture

Power in abundance for "generous" laser therapy

You do not need to worry about loss of performance (reflection, scattering etc.), because the high power of the LightStream® | wave (30 times higher than a 3B class 3B laser with 500 mW) enables short therapy times and ensures sufficient energy supply even in deep tissue layers (joints, internal organs) for
Photobiomodulation in acceptable therapy duration. Even large areas of the body can be easily treated by increasing the distance between the handpiece and the skin.

Therapy with the LightStream® is pleasant for the patient and easy to perform. The probe is placed on the surface to be treated or moved gently over it. The relaxing deep warmth is immediately noticeable.

The effects of heat through LightStream laser therapy (especially IR-A)

The main effect of heat therapy is muscle relaxation through thermoregulation. Thermoregulatory effects include increasing blood circulation to cool down when the body temperature rises above 37o Celsius. It leads to improved blood circulation and supply of oxygen and nutrients.
Metabolic waste products, carbon dioxide etc. are removed more quickly from the connective and muscle tissue. Anti-inflammatory effects as changes in the prostaglandin pattern have been described (Hardy et al., 1951; Moriyama et al., 2005; Pulichino et al., 2006; Rosseland et al., 2007).

Increased or normalised tissue pO2 and substrate supply increases or stabilises the activity of Na+-K+-ATPase. High Na+-K+-ATPase activity leads to reduced nociceptive impulse transmission (Moriyama et al., 2005).
Heat (IR irradiation) modifies the pain threshold (Khanapure et al., 2007). Further data indicate a reduction of oxidative stress.
Reduced lipid levels Peroxidation rate (LPO) and reduced plasma concentrations of toxic aldehydic LPO products such as malondialdehyde (MDA), 4-hydroxy-2,3-trans-nonenal (HNE) and protein carbonyls measured (Gruenberger, 2007) are e.g. produced during sauna therapy.
MDA, HNE proteins and nucleic acids can be modified. Reduction of Na+-K+-ATPase activity, an enzyme related to nociception by aldehydic LPO products, has been described (Siems et al., 1996; 2003).


LightStream® mobile

LightStream mobile cl. 3B and cl. 4 laser therapy, class IV

Scope of delivery and variations of the LightStream

LightStream® | wave therapy set stationary, scope of delivery: base station, 15 W laser, 2 power supplies, tray, 2 glasses, foot switch, laser warning sign/light, interlock plug, operating instructions, therapy manual.

LightStream® | wave therapy set mobile, scope of delivery: base station, handpiece, 1 W/670 nm laser head, 4 mm attachment, charging station, 2 power supplies, 2 glasses, laser warning sign/lamp, operating instructions, therapy manual

LightStream® | wave, scope of delivery: 15 W laser, power supply unit, shelf, 2 glasses, foot switch, laser warning sign/light, door contact, operating instructions.

LightStream® | mobile, scope of delivery: handpiece, laser head 1 W/670 nm, 4 mm attachment, charging station, power supply unit, 2 glasses, laser warning sign/lamp, operating instructions.

Additional accessories available.