Benefits/Advantages

1. How does G1 laser therapy compare to acupuncture?
G1 lasers oxygenate the blood, increasing circulation, reducing inflammation while accelerating regeneration at the cellular level.  

2. How does G1 laser therapy compare to massage therapy?
G1 lasers oxygenate the blood, increasing circulation, reducing inflammation while accelerating regeneration at the cellular level.  

3. How does G1 laser therapy compare to plasma replacement therapy?
G1 lasers oxygenate the blood, increasing circulation, reducing inflammation while accelerating regeneration at the cellular level.  

4. Does the G1 Oxygen Ionizer help for rest and recovery?
Yes. How? You will receive pure oxygen during treatment, in the relaxed state your body receives high levels of oxygen producing a result equivalent of 10 minutes exposure on the face to 8 hours of rest.

5. Does the G1 laser help in the recovery time of post-surgery therapy?
G1 lasers increase oxygenation and circulation of the blood, reducing inflammation, stimulating nerves and regeneration tissue at the cellular level; all benefiting and increasing the body’s healing while reducing recovery time.

6. Can G1 lasers help with pre-surgery conditions?
G1 lasers increase oxygenation and circulation of the blood, reducing inflammation, stimulating nerves and surrounding tissue.

7. How does G1 lasers help treat virus?
Oxygenates the blood and reduces the strength of the virus.

8. How do G1 lasers help in weight loss?
G1 fat loss laser  attacks the mitochondria (where respiration and energy transfer occur). The fat cell’s membrane is disrupted, resulting in a temporary pore within the cell allowing fat to escape.

9. I have had knee replacement surgery; can I still use G1 lasers for treatment?
Yes, absolutely.  G1 lasers increase oxygenation and circulation of the blood, reducing inflammation, stimulating nerves and regeneration tissue at the cellular level; all benefiting and increasing the body’s healing while reducing recovery time.

10. Can I safely use G1 lasers to treat burn victims?
Yes.

11. Can I safely use G1 lasers to treat open wounds or diabetic skin ulcers?
Yes 100%

12. How is the treatment advantage of simultaneous wavelengths vs one or two at a time?
G1 Lasers provide simultaneous wavelengths producing a multi of benefits to the treatment area and entire body, while one or two wavelengths at a time have limited use and effectiveness. G1 multi wavelength benefits include:

  • Stimulates blood flow, while oxygenating and cleansing your blood
  • Heals, repairs and regenerates soft tissue, muscle and bone marrow
  • Providing re-energizing, lasting effectiveness and pain relief

13. What is the benefit of continuous power vs pulsed power?
The more consistent and powerful the wattage the more effective and lasting the results.

14. What is the difference between CHIP technology and LED’s/Diodes?
G1 Lasers and NASA are the ONLY lasers that use innovative, game changing CHIP technology rather than LED or lenses to induce power and coverage.  CHIP technology allows for significantly more power and softer light angles allowing for longer and constant use in treatment area, resulting in immediate and long relief of pain and healing per treatment session.

No protocol, no pain, no needles, no pills, no side effects just light… its simple!

Use Warp light for temporary relief of muscle and joint pain, arthritis and muscle spasm, relieving stiffness, promoting relaxation of muscle tissue, and to temporarily increase local blood circulation where heat is indicated. Promotes wound healing. FDA Cleared for these usages.

All Genesis One Lasers are Class II Medical Devices, 510K Exempt and FDA Registered. The ILY device type was deemed 510(k) exempt on July 11. 2017

Adhere to laser safety guidelines including safety eyewear. Laser safety requirements should include protective eyewear from visible light from the laser beam to laser radiation. Understanding laser hazard and safe use of lasers is required for use with any laser product and varies depending on laser classification.