K-Laser Cube 4

Pioneering Laser Innovation for Enhanced Recovery

Harnessing 4 wavelengths for targeted treatments, the K-Laser Cube 4 initiates potent photochemical and photothermal reactions, optimizing energy delivery, accelerating tissue healing and offering relief from joint and soft tissue disorders.


Portable & User-Friendly
The K-Laser Cube 4 is a lightweight and portable device designed with the user in mind. Its intuitive user-friendly design enables professionals to use it in a variety of settings, ensuring convenience and flexibility in delivering laser therapy.
Enhanced Optical System
The Enhanced Optical System in K-Laser Cube 4 optimizes energy delivery through four distinct wavelengths, promoting precise and effective tissue healing and pain relief.
Intuitive Graphical Interface
The Intuitive Graphical Interface of K-Laser Cube 4 simplifies energy adjustment and wavelengths, allowing for tailored treatments based on the patient’s profile.
Smart Handpiece
The Optical Plus Smart handpiece includes a movement sensor and speed control, to ensure precise and safe laser therapy.
Multi-Mode Handpiece
The multi-mode handpiece allows for various treatment modes by offering interchangeable optic software, enabling professionals to customize treatments by indications or client needs.
Considers different Melanin Levels
The K-Laser Cube 4 advanced software considers patient-specific parameters such as skin phototype and offers tailored preset treatment programs for comprehensive care.


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The K-Laser Cube 4 offers adjustable energy delivery, which can be easily controlled through user-friendly menus. Recognizing the vital role of power and multiple wavelengths in laser therapy, this device allows for treatment customization based on the patient’s profile. Utilizing four distinct wavelengths (970, 905, 800 and 660 nm), which can be adjusted based on patient conditions. The K-Laser Cube 4 optimizes energy absorption in target chromophores, inducing photochemical and photothermal reactions. This accelerates tissue healing and alleviates discomfort in soft tissues and joints.

In summary, the K-Laser Cube 4 is a versatile tool, that not only recognizes the importance of energy and wavelengths, but also tailors treatments to the patient’s needs. Its multi-wavelength approach enhances the absorption of energy, leading to accelerated tissue healing and alleviation of pain in soft tissues and joints. Making it a valuable asset in the world of medical rehabilitation laser treatments.

Accessories and Consumables

What is K-Laser technology used for?
K-Laser technology is used for the treatment of musculoskeletal pathologies, osteoarticular diseases, edemas and soft tissue injuries.

How does K-Laser® therapy work?
Laser is a physiotherapy technique which uses a steady, monochromatic ray of light to stimulate tissue and promote healing. K-Laser treatment offers fast, safe, painless, and non-invasive treatments that can enhance recovery and reduce the use of medication. It is especially helpful for post-operative rehabilitation and various therapeutic treatments.

What does treatment feel like?
Treatment is completely painless and pleasant.

What can it be used for?
High-power laser therapy, which acts on the target tissue cells, has an analgesic, anti-inflammatory, anti-edema, and biostimulant effect. K-Laser is useful in acute injuries, as well as in some chronic conditions.

How many sessions are recommended?
The number of sessions varies widely, depending on the pathology and your condition (either acute or chronic). It will always be the health professional who decides the right number of sessions for your case.

Can I receive laser treatment if I have a metal prosthesis?
Yes, the prosthesis is not a contraindication for treatment because the laser does not heat the metal.

Do you have to be a professional to use K-Laser?
Yes, K-Laser devices can only be used by accredited health professionals (orthopaedic doctors, physiotherapists, podiatrists, etc.) after specific training. Additionally, these laser devices should only be used in certain clinical environments, such as physiotherapy centres, medical outpatient clinics, or podiatry clinics.

Are there any side effects as a result of K-Laser therapy?
In general, laser therapy, if properly provided by a specialist, has no adverse side effects. However, improper use of the laser can cause overheating of the tissue, which can sometimes result in skin irritation, pigmentation changes, or burns.

What are the main contraindications for K-Laser therapy?
K-Laser therapy is restricted in patients with primary cancer or metastases, in areas with active bleeding or bleeding skin lesions, in patients with coagulation deficiencies, and in photosensitive areas. It is also restricted after recent use (less than 15 days) of systemic corticosteroids, in cases of hyperthyroidism, in zones with injections of cosmetic filler, and in epileptic patients. It is also completely contraindicated to point the laser light directly into the eyes, even with the use of protective eyewear, or to turn the laser light on the thyroid gland.

Is there any precaution in the use of K-Laser?
Yes, extra caution should be taken when treating hyper-pigmented sites, such as tattoos or moles, with the laser. It is also recommended to remove any traces of make-up from the area to be treated before proceeding with the laser treatment, as there are some components of make-up that may contain photosensitive particles that react with the laser.

Is special protective clothing required for K-Laser® treatments?
No, the K-Laser device uses infrared light sources, which are non-ionising and, therefore, do not bring with them the exposure risks associated with ionising rays, such as X-rays.

Can K-Laser be used on children?
In general, K-Laser therapy is not contraindicated in the paediatric population. However, due to the increased sensitivity of the skin, it is recommended to perform a small skin tolerability test before proceeding with the treatment.

Can I receive K-Laser application on tattooed areas?
It is recommended to avoid treating skin areas that are completely tattooed, because in these areas the laser would not be effective, as it is completely absorbed by the tattoo’s pigment, and there would be a risk of excess heat build-up.
In partial tattooed areas, it is possible to receive K-Laser treatment with some precautions. Nevertheless, you should ask your healthcare professional for advice.

If I am pregnant, can I have K-Laser therapy?
In pregnant women, laser treatment should be avoided in the area around the uterus or fetus, as well as in the back area. Region. Sites far from these areas (e.g. ankles, elbows, etc.) can be treated with laser therapy without risk. Always ask a specialist for advice.

Can I be treated using a kinesiotape?
No. The tape as well as any type of bandage will completely block the penetration of the laser beam with the risk of burns by overheating the materials of which they are made.

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