The Neo is well known for its tremendous versatility in aesthetic applications, yet the unique advantages of this technology have also opened up new efficacious applications in a broad array of medical indications including:
Brief Practitioner Testimonials
I have to say I was a little skeptical when first introduced to the Neo if it could actually produce the results that were promised, but I have been exceptionally surprised at the repeated wonderful results that it has been producing with several different challenging situations such as, diffuse facial/neck redness, pigment; both facial and body, bruising after injectables, stubborn telangiectasias and warts just to name a few. The patients love the treatment not only because of the fantastic results, but because it’s virtually pain free!
Christine Murdock, RN,
Laser and Rejuvenation Center Director, Gold Skin Care, Nashville, TN
With angiomas we are using the Neo to coagulate the group of vessels that are a component of the lesion. The angioma will thrombose and turn gray, and within a month you can expect it to be gone.
David J. Goldberg, MD,
Skin Laser & Surgery Specialists of New York and New Jersey
The LightPod Neo is unique in being a cosmetic laser that also performs well in a range of medical applications. With psoriasis I like the fact that the handpiece does not contact the skin and the laser pulses are much gentler than other laser systems. My patients with psoriasis and wounds have responded very well to the Neo.
Suzanne Sirota-Rozenberg, DO,
SRS Dermatology, Woodmere, NY
PFB represents a serious problem for many of my patients of skin types V and VI. The LightPod Neo from Aerolase proved to be the best choice, as the laser delivered high treatment efficacy coupled with very low patient discomfort. My patients show visible improvement even after a single procedure.
Arthur Sumrall, MD,
dermatologist, Indianapolis, IN
The LightPod Neo Nd:YAG laser is a device, with a wavelength (1064 nm), that will deliver energy through the nail plate and into the nail bed, resulting in superheating of the fungal material. Because the hand piece does not contact the skin or nails and does not require the use of any cooling devices, it is a clean, simple, and sanitary procedure. In the study that I published, post-treatment culture was negative in 87.5% of patients.
Lisa Hochman, MD,
Morristown Dermatology, Morristown, NJ
I am a true believer in the effectiveness of the LightPod Neo in treating decubitus ulcers. The results are stunning. We did two treatments, and two days after the second session the ulcer had completely re-epithelialized. Almost a year later it has not recurred.
Dr. Juliette Hepburn,
The Skin Centre Dermatology Practice, Harbour Bay Plaza, Nassau, Bahamas