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Features & Benefits

Lasers have quickly become a vital tool in countless clinical procedures. From therapeutic to chiropractic, lasers are used in practices around the world. Lasers for therapeutic use such as pain management are rapidly growing in recognition, application and demand.

The Pilot Diode Laser increases blood circulation to muscles, joints and other areas of the body to allow patients to heal safely and more quickly with less pain and inflammation.

Device Type: Diode Laser
Laser System: Class IV
Indicated Use (FDA): Therapeutic
Laser Power: 9 Watts (9000mW)
Power Range: 100mW to 9,000mW (9W)
Power Requirements: 110-120 VAC @ 60 Hz / 220-240 VAC @ 50 Hz
Amperage: 1.5 A @ 110-115 VAC / 0.75 A @ 210-230 VAC
Fixed Fiber: 400 micron silica filament
Weight: 5.5 lb
Dimensions: 5.5” x 6.25” x 8.75” (H x W x L)
Laser Wavelength: 810nm ± 20nm
Beam Wavelength: 630nm-660nm ± 15nm
Aiming Beam Power: 3mW (selectable)
Beam Divergence: 13 degrees ± 1 degree
Estimated Hour Usage: Up to 10,000 hours
Emission Modes: Continuous Wave and Pulse
Pulsed Mode – Fixed: 10.0 Hz
Pulse Duration – Fixed: 0.05 seconds
Duty Cycle: Pulsed Mode: 50% / Continuous Wave: 100%
Operating Temperature: 20°C - 30°C (68°F - 86°F)
Storage Temperature: -20°C - +40°C (-4°F - 104°F)
Cooling: Forced Air
Notification: Audible: Yes / Visual: Yes
Handpiece Construction: Aluminum 6061-T6
Handpiece Finish: Clear Anodize
Wireless Foot Pedal: 2.4 GHz
Foot Pedal Battery: 9 Volt Lithium
Battery Life: Lithium: >100 hours / Alkaline: <35 hours

Ultimately improves
the quality of life!

Using the Pilot Diode Laser in Your Practice

The CAO Group is excited to introduce the new 9W Pilot® Diode Laser System especially designed for the therapeutic needs of your practice. Incorporating the Pilot Diode Laser System into your Physical Therapy practice will transform many of the procedures currently performed and add new therapeutic procedures to expand treatment options.

Every Physical Therapy practice can quickly and easily benefit from using the Pilot Diode Laser. The Pilot Diode Laser allows you to offer a wide range of procedures and is simple to use every day. With improved medical care for your patients, you will be able to increase your services and your profits.

The Pilot Diode Laser is designed with patented* state-of-the-art laser technology and features easily interchangeable therapeutic handpieces. The Pilot provides penetrating heat that stimulates circulation in soft tissue and provides temporary relief from joint and muscle pain.

The unique combination of the Pilot’s cutting-edge laser technology, broad treatment options and a new introductory price WELL below current industry prices, makes it the best Diode Laser on the market. With the Pilot Diode Laser, you can now offer faster procedures, quicker healing, less pain and better outcomes for patients all while increasing revenue for your practice.

For many therapeutic procedures, the Pilot Diode Laser is a versatile tool. Its technology gently increases cellular energy that accelerates the body’s self-healing capabilities, allowing your patients to heal safely and quickly. Laser light is organized (coherent) and uniform, and as such is able to penetrate deeper into the tissue than from other sources. Thus deeper tissues benefit from the direct generation of heat from the laser light, rather than relying on transmission of heat through the surface tissues down to the deep tissue.

Most Common Applications

Every therapeutic practice can quickly and easily benefit from using the Pilot Diode Laser. The Pilot Diode Laser allows you to offer a wide range of procedures and is simple to use every day. With improved medical care for your patients, you will be able to increase your services and your profits. Here is just a brief sample of the procedures that your practice can use the Pilot Diode Laser for:

Generating Revenue

Increase Revenue Through New Clientele

Patients are looking for providers who offer new services with superior equipment for improved pain management and therapeutic treatments. Patients will spend an average of about $35 - $110** per therapy visit. If you have repeat clients of around 20 per week*, your revenue annually would be in the range of $34,000 - $106,000**. If you grow your client base by adding only 3 new customers per week you will be adding a total of 156 new clients each year. The Pilot® Diode Laser represents a “marketable service” to differentiate the clinic and attract new customers. Clients who come to a clinic for a specific laser treatment will then return to the clinic for their regular routine services. Each new client represents a range of $1,700 - $5,300 additional revenue per year. Using the laser to attract 3 new clients per week will result in increased ongoing annual revenue of $5,000 - $16,000** per year.

*Assuming you work 48 weeks year and take four weeks off for vacations and holidays.
** Depending on the region you live in and your typical charges and services

Increase Revenue Through New Services

The Pilot Diode Laser offers a new modality for providing treatment for many therapeutic conditions. The Pilot Diode Laser represents a modality of treatment that allows the clinician to provide additional services and keep patient revenue that might otherwise be referred to another facility.

Increase Revenue Through Increase Fees

Standard therapy fees range from $50 to $150. The national average for laser assisted procedures is $75. In addition, a three week therapeutic treatment package averages $250. Clinics that add and standardize laser assisted therapeutic offerings can easily add $1,000 in additional revenue each month without increasing or changing their clientele or services. This increased revenue is attributable entirely by providing improved methods of treatment on the existing clientele.

Increase Revenue by Utilizing Trained Staff to Provide Services

Every practice struggles with the challenge of generating revenue that does not rely on a doctor’s limited and valuable time. Many therapeutic treatments with the Pilot Diode Laser may be provided to clients by trained staff, rather than doctors. This allows the practice to increase revenue through additional services while allowing the doctors to attend to more patients.

ROI Calculator

This ROI Calculator lets you get a glimpse of the revenue that is possible with the 9W Pilot Diode Laser. This is certain to get your practice excited about the incredible new therapeutic technology that is available today. Take a few seconds to enter the number of therapeutic treatments your practice provides each week and your average cost of a treatment. We think you will be amazed at the revenue potential that awaits your practice with this new technology.

How many patients do you see/treat per week?

What do you typically charge per treatment?

Your estimated Return on your Investment:

Number of weeks before Pilot Laser is creating pure profit:

Estimated amount of annual profit that awaits:


Weekly: $

Monthly: $

Annually: $


Potential Additional Annual Profits from new clients:

1 New/wk: $

2 New/wk: $

5 New/wk: $

Note: These amounts illustrate the growth of new business you will gain once you include the 9W Pilot Diode Laser into your practice and expand your procedures and client base. The success you’ll have treating your current patients, combined with the additional procedures you’ll be able to provide, will quickly spread to others and that will increase your profits.


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Get a Pilot Laser?
How to Perform
a Procedure
Introduction to the Pilot Laser
by CAO Group
Performing a Procedure
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Setting Up Your
Pilot Diode Laser
Performing a Procedure
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