LightNeedle mini

Patented tip for perfect placement on every body part



LightNeedle: The innovative laser needle for acupuncture, therapy of deep tissue layers and laser blood irradiation (non-invasive)

The RJ LightNeedle (laser needle stimulation) is an innovative new treatment system. It offers precise and strong laser stimulation of points and deep tissue layers and can be widely used for many therapeutic applications.

LightNeedle acupuncture is relaxing and painless, it is a laser needle therapy. Easy to use: Just select the time and attach the tip of the fiber optic to the acupuncture points.

The LightNeedle device works in conjunction with the Physiolaser and takes advantage of all therapy programs and settings.

The LightNeedle has 12 channels (3x4)equipped with laser diodes of 50 mW/655 nm (red).

Scientific research

The LightNeedle therapy is backed up with a lot of research. Please contact us if you want to get more detailed information.

 Watch the LightNeedle in Canada: Dave Hanemaayer

 Watch the LightNeedle in der Türkei: Dr. Murat

LightNeedle Stimulation

LightNeedle Stimulation: Simply attach the tip of the fiber on a point or body part (standard medical grade tape).

Example of bipolar therapy for the treatment of shoulder/neck disorders. With the Physiolaser/LightNeedle you can use a laser probe simultaneously to the fibers, e.g. to treat trigger points.

Watch the video - therapy never was that easy!

The LightNeedle system can be used in many areas of medicine:

  • Acupuncture
  • Pain therapy
  • Muscles
  • Joints/tendons
  • Nerves and more.

Stimulus metal needle versus laser stimulation

Needle stimulation is high in the beginning and steadily goes down, laser stimulation remains high.

Reference: Spectroscopy 16 (2002) 335-342, page 6, Near-infrared spectroscopy for objectifying cerebral effects of needle and laser needle acupuncture

Gerhard Litscher, Department of Biomedical Engineering and Research in Anesthesia and Critical Care, University of Graz, Auenbruggerplatz 29, A-8036 Graz, AustriaDetIef Schikora, Department of Physics and Optoelectronics, University of Paderborn, D-33095 Paderborn, Germany