Pain Relief At Lightspeed
Pain Just Got Easier To Treat
Make Light Work of Pain
LightForce® Therapy Lasers
Introducing our most advanced range of Therapy Lasers
The result of 30 years of innovation, LightForce class IV devices combine a game-changing fusion of power and intelligence to revolutionise the patient and user experience
40W LightForce® XLi
Treat larger, deeper areas and provide faster pain relief with real time dosing feedback. Chattanooga’s most powerful laser, the 40W LightForce® XLi impacts deep tissue faster for pain relief in less time. The LightForce® smart hand piece and onscreen recommendations increase dosing accuracy and help clinicians treat with confidence.
25W LightForce® XPi
Smarter than your average laser. The 25W LightForce® XPi gives real time visual and haptic feedback, allowing clinicians to provide consistent, accurate treatments. The XPi’s built-in intelligence tells users which treatment heads are acceptable or not recommended for different power levels, which helps to provide for safer treatments and less guesswork from clinicians.
15W LIGHTFORCE® FXI
Treat quickly and consistently on the go. The 15W LightForce® FXi is ideal for those practices or athletic training rooms needing to treat in multiple locations in or out of the office. Easily transportable with an integral battery, the lightweight FXi quickly impacts pain while weighing in at only 3.2 kg.
40W LightForce® XLi
Designed for the busiest practices who desire the fastest, most effective treatment solution, the 40W LightForce® XLi brings science and technology together to treat deeper structures more efficiently, making it easier to impact pain.
Power Meets Intelligence
Empower IQ™ Delivery System
The 40W LightForce® XLi is equipped with the Empower IQ™ Delivery System that assesses the operator’s speed and gives real-time visual and sensory feedback, achieving more effective treatments and improving dosing accuracy.
25W LightForce® Xpi
Smarter than your average laser. The new LightForce 25W XPi’s technology is smart enough to give real-time visual and haptic feedback on dosing speed to help provide the most effective patient treatments.
Treat More Accurately
LightForce's built-in protocols recommend which treatment heads are acceptable or not recommended for different power levels. The smart handpiece recognizes which head is in use and recommends the appropriate power level based on the selected head.
15W LightForce® FXi
Treat quickly and consistently on the go with the lightweight LightForce® FXi Therapy Laser. With 15W of therapeutic power, the FXi is fully equipped to bring outcomes wherever you are treating.
Treat on the go
Easy to transport
Designed for portability, the FXi's cordless battery power, compact profile, and low weight make it ideal for practices treating in multiple locations in or out of the office.
Treat with confidence
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“Laser therapy is beneficial in treatment of neck pain.” - WHO
“Clinicians should consider the use of low-level laser therapy to decrease pain and stiffness in patients with Achilles tendinopathy.” - APTA
“Laser therapy shows strong evidence of effectiveness for pain relief.” - IASP