The Yolo Curve Advantage
Date: July 7th, 2011
Details: ENJOY THE BENEFITS OF THE LATEST INNOVATION IN LLLT TECHNOLOGY
In June 2011 YOLO Medical Inc. proudly announced the launch of the most technologically advanced form of Low Level Laser Therapy (LLLT) available in the marketplace today; The YOLO Curve. This 4th generation model boasts a sleeker design, advanced safety parameters and greater efficacy that now enable clinicians to offer state of the art treatments for their patients. YOLO Medical Inc has been working diligently over the past 2 years to perfect this latest version of the LipoLaser and is proud to finally bring it to the North American marketplace. With the introduction of its new four paddle technology the YOLO Curve will allow for increased patient flow through your clinic by reducing the overall treatment time required for each patient. The YOLO Curve has also adopted new safety parameters to ensure that optimal power levels are constantly being administered to each patient - ensuring the best possible results. In house clinical trials demonstrated the YOLO Curve provides a greater than 7 inch average reduction in a series of 9 treatments.
Increased Patient flow improves the ROI
With an increase to 4 multi-use treatment paddles on the new YOLO Curve - patients are able to receive a standard waist line treatment in as little as 20 - 30 minutes. Not only does this allow them to get back to their busy day sooner, but it also helps to improve the patient turnover within you clinic - increasing your bottom line by seeing 50% more patients each day.
Sleek and Safe Design
With the addition of 2 more paddles also came a redesign of the paddles to provide a much sleeker and more compact profile. Our unique laser diode placement has been maintained within the paddles to continue providing the optimal energy overlay that has proven so successful from our 3rd generation design. The innovation with these new paddles lies in the additional electronic safeguards and temperature and power control circuitry that have decreased the amount of laser warm up time enabling a much more consistent and stable beam to reach maximum operating efficiency.
Homogeneity of Beam Characteristics
It may be a surprise to non-physicists that diode laser beams are not inherently round, and even if circularizing lenses are used to correct this, then the beam intensity distribution is not homogeneous. Laser beams are brighter (higher irradiance) in the middle and weaker towards the edge. Cells in the centre of the beam can be exposed to considerably higher irradiances than those on the periphery. Because the edge of a laser beam is hard to define; this could mean that irradiance calculations are significantly different between different laser manufacturers. YOLO Medical Inc. identified this as one of the primary issues it needed to address and has gone to great lengths to source out the best laser diodes in the industry to make certain they provide consistent power delivery throughout the tissue ensuring optimal patient outcomes. This phenomenon known as laser speckle can be considered as one of the main differences between laser therapy devices and their clinical effectiveness. Less expensive laser devices may in fact be using cheaper laser diodes that although they purport to have the same output dynamics - they are in fact not providing uniform power to the tissue.