From the beginning of the 1960s until today, an infinite number of medical and scientific research has gone into the the medical applications of lasers. The most well-known lasers are those that revolutionised all fields of surgery through their significant advantages over other surgical techniques. This was due to their precision and safety, as well as in the minimisation of collateral damage to tissue from surgery. However, laser technology has been used in therapy and many other fields of biology since before its application to surgery. There are various, scientifically tested and checked, non-ablative effects from lasers, including anti-inflammation, analgesia, trophic and drainage effects, etc. The difficulty in treating pathological pain with lasers used to be due to a combination of the high technological and economic costs in building an effective laser. Another complication had to do with space, where building a 50 mW laser took up 10m² and needed cranes to be moved.

Thermafine has laser specialists with over 30 years of experience in laser medicine. Today, we have the technology to be able to design and manufacture the most powerful cold (low intensity) laser systems on the market.

We have different models and designs to suit any desired application.

Currently, our different cold laser diode systems are being used in clinics of podiatry, traumatology, dermatology, cosmetic medicine, and geriatrics, among others. They are also being used in physiotherapy for various procedures, such as in the recovery of injuries of high-level performance athletes and/or, in palliative treatments for preventing recurrent pain in chronic sickness like osteoarthritis. They are also used in post-surgical rehabilitation, and can treat patients immediately after surgery with instant results. Thanks to the lack of contact and temperature, or any other discomfort, in most cases there is a reduction in doses of analgesics and NSAIDs.

Our system functions with two simultaneous wavelengths and does not necessarily require being with the patient during treatment.

As manufacturers, we do not develop standardized or closed manufacturing models. We prefer to adapt to the needs of professionals. A podiatrist, for example, may currently not need more than one treatment device, while a traumatologist or a physical therapist may require four to be able to treat the same patient. Even a centre for cosmetic medicine can use up to ten machines for a single patient.

Instead of this, we prefer to consult all professionals individually. We adjust ourselves to their needs to avoid them purchasing more than is necessary.

Another exclusive feature that Thermafine offers professionals is the option of rechargeable, stand-alone models for space-saving in small environments, for transportation in treating athletes, or daily home treatment for patients.

They are also highly applicable in veterinary medicine, with a greater usability than any another laser system.

Contact us for further information. We will be happy to help.

Technical Specifications

Cold laser or low intensity fixed laser

Class: 3B

Application frequency: Continuous or pulsed

*Maximum power per diode: 100mW

Diodes per application device: 8, 10, or 12 According to need and application

*Maximum power per application device: 800mW, 1000mW (1W), or 1500mW (1.5W) Respectively

Available wavelengths: The most commonly used are 635nm and 940nm. Others can be manufactured according to treatment.

Mains voltage: 110 / 220V

Mains frequency: 50 / 60Hz

* These measurements are for power output, which reach the tissue during treatment. This is done in contrast to most manufacturers that provide power consumption measurements. Our power consumption values are 100mW=950mW. While other manufacturers provide 100mW in power consumption their actual output is 10mW. At these levels, exposure to the laser should be prolonged over a greater period so that the accumulation of energy density in the tissue can have obvious effects.



  • Is an analgesic for any chronic pain such as osteoarthritis, uric acid in joints, contractures, etc.
  • Is an analgesic for wounds such as contusions, lacerations, sinew tear, tendonitis, etc.
  • Is an anti-inflammatory in any inflammatory process, whether it is painful or not.
  • Lymphatic drainage
  • Haematomas
  • Fluid retention
  • Works for tissue regeneration: regeneration in muscular tears, scar formation in diabetic sores, facial rejuvenation, etc.
  • Post-surgical: Is an anti-inflammatory and analgesic, and improves scar formation to heal without marks.

For information about specific treatments, contact us at and we will respond on behalf of a specialist.