70% of the patients of the LLLT B-Cure Laser group had >90% wound closure whereas only 13% of the placebo group had this degree of wound closure (p=0.01 by FET). Some ulcers of the active group had completely healed during the trial period.
It is worth noting that many of the patients who use the device, prefer using it for adjunctive treatment because it is effective and because it is convenient for home use.
In a study for Diabetic Foot Ulcers conducted at Hadassah Medical Center in Israel, impressive results were seen. “In just 7 days of treatment, 5 minutes a day with B-Cure Laser Pro, one can already see the wound is beginning to heal”. Professor Fidelman stated: “After 30 days of treatment the wound had almost completely closed”.
Professor Reis, Senior Orthopedic Physician, found that treatment with B-Cure Laser may help as an adjunctive treatment for acute and chronic wounds. “B-Cure Laser Pro is a good complementary treatment for wounds, and significantly helps in enhancing the body’s natural healing mechanism for production of collagen and elastin, in renewing the skin tissue and accelerating lymphatic drainage to reduce infection”. Professor Reis added, “The device induces the release of endorphins that relieve pain (an additional significant effect for those who suffer from neuropathic pain). All of these help in accelerating healing processes of wounds while forming new and healthy skin tissue”.
New Life for Diabetics – In Their Own Words
Mr. Lerner, one of the first patients treated for a diabetic wound with B-Cure Laser:
“Last year I fell and injured my right foot, and an 8X7 cm ulcer formed on the bottom. I underwent treatment in several hospitals and there was no improvement in the wound’s healing. I underwent hyperbaric oxygen therapy for diabetics and still, there was no improvement. I read an advertisement about this device in the newspaper. Within three months, the treatment with B-Cure Laser restored my foot to a healthy state. The healing stages were painless and had no side-effects. They kept telling me that the time required for complete recovery is at least three years and some even advised me to amputate my foot”.
How Can Treatment Be Administered at Home?
In cases of trauma wounds, burns, scars following surgery and additional types of wounds, including diabetic foot ulcers, it is important to clean and dress the wounds according to the doctor’s instructions, and to use B-Cure Laser as an adjuvant treatment.
It is only natural that patients worry first and foremost about convenience. In this case they get what they want because the treatment is administered in the home of the patient, with the direction and guidance of B-Cure’s professional team and your physician. It does not involve pain, inconvenience or any known side effects. Please note, that one should never use the B-Cure Laser device as a stand-alone treatment.
How Does B-Cure Laser Pro Work?
Low-level laser therapy (LLLT – also known as cold laser) is a laser beam that acts on the skin and at the same time penetrates deep into the underlying tissues, with no heating effect and without damaging the skin. Low-level laser therapy stimulates cell activity, strengthens cell signals, and increases the efficiency of the body’s natural immune system. It boosts the production of anti-inflammatory enzymes, releases endorphins (pain reducing hormones) and increases the formation of collagen and elastin, and may be used to treat wounds as part of an adjunctive treatment.