SUPERLIZER

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The Superlizer promotes improvement of blood flow through spot irradiation at a compound wavelength, providing light with the greatest living depth proficiency at a maximum output of 2,200 mW. The Superlizer is not invasive or painful, but provides pleasant stimulation or a warming sensation, similar to that experienced with acupuncture or moxibustion. Patients with drug allergies, elderly people, and patients with hemorrhagic or other diseases for whom nerve block is not suitable can undergo Superlizer treatment as an alternative adjuvant therapy to stellate ganglion block (SGB). The device is easy to use, and is said to achieve almost the same level of effect as the injection of a local anesthetic (nerve block). (Said to have 60% to 70% of the effect of nerve block.) Since advanced medical technology is not required, local irradiation can be performed by a nurse under the supervision of a doctor.

Stellate ganglion block and Light therapy

The stellate ganglion is like an acupuncture point at which the sympathetic nerves controlling the head, face, neck, upper limbs, chest, heart, bronchi, lungs, etc. are gathered. Stellate ganglion block (SGB) therapy affects the hypothalamus, which is the center of the autonomic nervous system, and relieves systemic sympathetic tension.

 

 

Position of stellate ganglion

Stellate ganglion block (SGB)

Stellate ganglion light therapy (SGL) (Superlizer)

 

The Superlizer provides photoirradiation therapy, and is therefore largely free of the pain, invasion, side effects, and complications associated with conventional nerve block using a needle.
The Superlizer is effective as a non-invasive, safe adjunctive therapy for stellate ganglion block (SGB).
Note: The Superlizer is suitable for patients with drug allergies, elderly people, and patients with hemorrhagic or other diseases for whom nerve block is not suitable.

 

About Stellate ganglion block

  • Inflammatory pain, trauma (after acute period)
  • Sedation of pain or muscle spasms resulting from sprains, bone fractures, tenosynovitis, or deep ligament injuries
  • Arthritis and rheumatism
  • Rheumatoid arthritis and periarthritis of the shoulder
  • Skin diseases
  • Chronic dermatitis, atopic dermatitis, eczema, acne, skin ulcers, and herpes zoster
  • Oral surgery region
  • Temporomandibular arthrosis and masticatory syndrome
  • Other
  • Raynaud disease, post-stroke shoulder hand syndrome, cervix‐shoulder arm symptoms, whiplash injuries, muscle-contraction headaches, stiff shoulders, gonarthrosis, alopecia areata, sudden deafness, facial paralysis, postherpetic neuralgia, autonomic disorders, etc.

Example of irradiation to cervical regionExample of irradiation to skin diseaseExample of irradiation to lumbar regionExample of irradiation to elbow

 

 

 

 

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