Low Level laser Therapy (LLLT) Cold Laser - THOR Laser

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NovoTHOR Whole Body Light Pod

PBM Light

Photobiomodulation (PBM Therapy) utilizes red light and near infrared radiation over injuries or lesions to stimulate healing and relive pain without sensation or side effects.

Sun light is a mixture of seven different colors, whereas Laser Light is always of one single color. (Monochromatic). Sunlight is disorderly whereas Laser Light is very orderly (Coherent). Sunlight is not parallel whereas Laser Light runs parallel (Collimated). The healing properties of Laser Light comes from these differences.

LLLT graph sun
Sunlight - many different colours

LLLT graph laser
LED Light - one colour (monochromatic) and waves not in phase (non-coherent)

LLLT graph LED
Laser - one colour (monochromatic) and waves in phase (coherent)

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OUR CUSTOMERS INCLUDE:
Our customers include: Harvard Medical School, Massachusetts General Hospital, British Army, RAF, Royal Navy, Team GB, Manchester United, MIT, Harvard School of Public Health, Cedars Sinai, City of Hope, USUHS
THOR Customers

THOR Photomedicine Ltd is an ISO 13485:2016 certified medical device company.

The THOR LX2.3 Photobiomodulation system has a medical CE mark (EC certificate). It is indicated for oral mucositis, tendinopathies, joint pain, neck pain and back pain for marketing in the UK, EU and Australia.

The THOR LX2.3 Photobiomodulation system is also FDA Cleared for marketing in the United States for: Temporary increase in local blood circulation, temporary relief of minor muscle and joint aches, pains and stiffness and relaxation of muscles; for muscle spasms, and minor pain and stiffness associated with arthritis.

Excluding the THOR LED Helmet, THOR LX2 and NovoTHOR systems are manufactured under conditions fulfilling the quality system requirements of Annex II, excluding (4), of the directive 93/42/EEC as amended and satisfy the applicable international harmonised standards.

Positive systematic reviews published by:

The British Medical Journal (BMJ), The Lancet, the International Association for the Study of Pain (IASP), the World Health Organisation (WHO), the Multinational Association for Supportive Care in Cancer (MASCC), the European Society for Medical Oncology (ESMO)

Appropriate regulatory clearance or approvals include:

Quality certificates