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    TQ Solo Cold Laser for Skin Care and Pain Relief, Both Humans and Animals

The Terraquant TQ Solo is FDA cleared pain-relieving battery operating device. This compact portable device gives you the power to relieve both chronic and acute pain, as well it is excellent for skincare and anti-aging problems, and when used with the probes, dental and acupuncture! VERSATILE! Carry it with you..light and compact.

   
You now have portable pain relief. TQ Solo is compact and lightweight. It is a smaller battery-operated version of the larger TerraQuant Laser. The rechargeable lithium battery lasts up to 18 hours so pain relief is always there, when you need it! Take it on the road, put it in your purse or briefcase!

    The TQ Solo utilizes 4 proven radiances to give your body the ultimate environment for relieving pain: a super pulsed laser, infrared light, red light, and a static magnetic field.

    Administering effective light therapy is simple with three preset frequencies and an easy-to-use guide.

    You now have portable cold laser for pain relief. TQ Solo is compact and lightweight. The rechargeable lithium battery lasts up to 8 hours so pain relief is always there, when you need it!

Can receive 6 month financing, no interest, through PayPal !


Use with the Probe sets, see below, for acupuncture, dental, other problems.

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Read more about the Terraquant Laser Overview Now
Skin Care Applications:Terraquant™ Program Number 1 is pre-set for Skin Care Applications.
Program Settings: Number 1
Wavelength: 50Hz
Program Duration: 5-10 minutes.
12 Consecutive Daily Sessions are recommended for most treatments. Rest Period 3 days. Number of Courses per year: As needed.
* Use protective Eyewear for treatments on face or near eyes.

Experience highly effective photo facial treatment in the comfort of your home!
Thousands of cosmetologists and private people around the world use our apparatus for skin rejuvenation. Terraquant uses a Laser with the unique combination of Therapeutic Red Light and Magnetic Field Generation. Terraquant™ therapy firms and rejuvenates the face, minimizing wrinkles. This holistic treatment works with the body's own natural processes to counteract the effects of aging.
Program 1: Pain & Anti-Aging; Program 2 Chronic Pain Syndrome; Program 3 Skin and Wound Care.
TQ Solo is easy as 1 2 3

  • TQ Solo™ is compact and lightweight
  • The rechargeable lithium battery lasts up to 8 hours
  • 15,000 mW of Super Pulsed laser power
  • Select the frequency recommended in the guide
  • Compatible with acupuncture & muscle trigger probes

Probe Attachment: Crystal Light Probes For Acupuncture
Funnel The Laser Light To Specific Points


Acupuncture-Muscle Trigger Probes

• Compatible with SE25, and TQ Solo emitters
• Polished, non-toxic glass construction


The acupuncture-muscle trigger probes allow the laser cluster to be adapted to treat smaller target areas without having to purchase additional expensive equipment.

Set of 4 Light Acupuncture-Muscle Trigger Probes includes:

• Acupuncture/Auricular
• Acupuncture/Corporal
• Trigger Point
• Cosmetic/Wound Care

Photoprobe adapters are light bending or light focusing lenses for the SE25,and TQ Solo emitters. These optical fiber light guides are intended to enhance functional potentialities of the laser by means of transporting light emissions generated by the apparatus directly into target tissue. They are constructed of non-toxic, optical organic glass and are polished to exclude any accidental trauma of the patient during treatment, to diminish lateral radiation, and facilitate disinfection of the nozzle.

Buy Probe Set Regular acuprobes (4 piece set) - $495

USA

Probes are easily screwed onto the emitters making them very versatile tools for Acupuncturists, Chiropractors and other Clinicians. There are several types of probe sets available to clinicians: acupuncture, dental, gynecological, pediatric and cosmetic.

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TerraquantSoloLaser
MSRP: $2495


Includes:

TQ Solo Therapy Device
Universal Medical Power Adaptor
2 Goggles
TQ Solo Case
TQ Solo Operating Manual
TQ Solo Protocol Manual
TQ Solo Quick Reference Guide
TerraQuant and TQ Solo Training DVD

 
For Skin Care and Pain!
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TQ Solo $2495
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Specifications
Laser Peak Power 15W (15,000mw)
Infrared LED's 60mW
Red LED's 7.5mW

Wavelengths:
Laser 905 nm
Infrared 875 nm
Red 640 nm
Magnetic Induction 35 mT
Class II Equipment Applied Part Type BF
Laser Class 1M (IEC 60825-1)
Weight 0.7 lbs / 300g
Dimensions 5.5in x 2in x 2in (14cm x 5cm x 5cm)

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Veterinary Case Story

by Mathew Mahn DVM ACVS , Midwest Regional Veterinary Center Chesterfield MO

     Icis, a 21.3 kg, seven year old, female spayed, American Staffordshire terrier initially presented to the MVRC surgery service for evaluation of a right torn cranial cruciate ligament on September 24, 2012. An acute intermittent right hind leg lameness developed two months prior to initial evaluation. During this 2-month period the lameness progressed to non-weight bearing. It was non-responsive to polysulfated glycosaminoglycan injections1 (4.7 mg/kg IM twice weekly for 3 weeks) and combined Boswellia, Turmeric, Glucoasmine, MSM and Creatine supplementation.2 Prior medical history included intermittent and current prednisone therapy (0.47 mg/kg PO once daily) for presumptive allergic dermatitis. A grade one mast cell tumor was excised from the chest with complete margins on August 12, 2010. She was also on diethyl stilbesterol (0.05 mg/kg PO once every 7 days) for urinary incontinence and is def bilateral.
        On initial examination the patient had a grade 4 lameness3 when walking. Moderate stifle effusion, cranial drawer and tibial thrust instability were present. Stifle mobility was considered normal (grade 14) and joint pain was a grade 3.4 Right torn cranial cruciate ligament was diagnosed. A lateral suture stabilization (extracapsular stabilization) was recommended.
       Right stifle arthrotomy and lateral suture stabilization was performed on September 28, 2012. The arthrotomy confirmed a complete tear of the cranial cruciate ligament, mild degenerative joint disease and a normal lateral and medial meniscus. A routine caudal horn medial meniscal release was performed. A routine lateral suture stabilization was performed with two strands of 40 pound nylon suture passed in a modified-Flo technique with each strand secured with a single crimp. Stifle instability was eliminated after each strand was secured. The patient recovered uneventfully from anesthesia and surgery and was discharged the following day. Instructions included 10 weeks of leash restriction, suture removal in 10-15 days and a second recheck examination in 8-9 weeks. At home pain management included carprofen5 (2.3 mg/kg) PO BID for 14 days; tramadol (2.3 mg/kg) BID for 7 days; and gabapentin (4.7 mg/kg) PO BID for 7 days.

     Approximately 94 weeks after the initial surgery and amputation being discussed, the patient presented for her first cold laser therapy session. The patient was being maintained on a combined Boswellia, Turmeric, Glucoasmine, MSM and Creatine supplementation.2  No other medications or supplements were being administered. Examination found a right hind leg weight bearing lameness at a walk (grade 4)3. At a trot the patient had an intermittent non-weight bearing lameness (grade 5)3. There was decreased stifle mobility with 135 degrees of extension and 50 degrees of flexion (grade 3)4 and grade 3 joint pain.4 Crepitation was noted on stifle range of motion. No tibial thrust or cranial drawer instability was noted. Marked right hind leg muscle atrophy was present. The distal femoral limb circumference at the level of the patella was 26 cm. No effusion was noted. The owner completed a Canine Brief Pain Inventory (CBPI) questionnaire. The average pain score was 7.0 (0 is no pain and 10 is extreme pain). The average function score was 6.7 (0 is does not interfere and 10 is completely interferes). The overall CBPI score was 6.8 with the owner’s perception of a quality of life rated fair. Cold laser therapy was administered in the examination room. An at home unit was also provided to the owner to provide therapy. The owner was instructed not to restart any medications unless Icis was experiencing increased pain/lameness.

Low Level Light Therapy (LLLT) - Day 1 - 6 Treatment Plan

  • TQ Solo- Owner Treatments Only, Stifle
  • Joint Applications, Flexed and Extended, AM and PM
  • Variable Mode With Utility Probe
  • 5 Minutes Total – 30 Sec at each point
  • Photohemotherapy – Femoral Artery – 50 Hz – 2 Minutes
  • LymphTherapy- Popliteal – 50 Hz- 2 Minutes
  • Stifle Trigger Points – 50 Hz, 20-30 seconds each

Owner was informed to continue daily LLLT treatments

Low Level Light Therapy (LLLT) - Day 7-28 Treatment Plan

  • TQ Solo - Owner Treatments Only
  • Stifle Joint Applications – Flexed and Extended , Once Per Day, Some Days Were Skipped
  • Variable Mode With Utility Probe
  • 5 Minutes Total – 30 Sec at each point —
  • Photohemotherapy – Femoral Artery – 50 Hz – 2 Minutes
  • LymphTherapy- Popliteal – 50 Hz- 2 Minutes
  • Stifle Trigger Points – 50 Hz -20-30 seconds each

     Four weeks after starting laser therapy a recheck examination was performed. The owner did not have to start any medications or supplements since the last examination. Examination found an improved right hind leg weight bearing lameness at a walk (grade 3)3. At a trot the patient had an unchanged persistent weight bearing lameness (grade 4)3. Stifle mobility remained static with 142 degrees of extension and 33 degrees of flexion (grade 3).4 However, the degree of joint pain improved to a grade 3.4 Crepitation was noted on stifle range of motion. No tibial thrust or cranial drawer instability was noted. Marked right hind leg muscle atrophy was present. The distal femoral limb circumference at the level of the patella was 25.5 cm. No effusion was noted. The owner completed a Canine Brief Pain Inventory (CBPI) questionnaire. The average pain score was 4.5; improved from 5.8. The average function score was 4.0; declined from 3.5. The overall CBPI score was 4.2; improved from 4.4 with the owner’s perception of a quality of life improved to very good.