Place the XLR8 over the area of involvement (AOI). The clinician may choose to (#2) laser over the nerve root (located using the myotome/dermatome chart) or the organ involved (using the Merrick chart).
Always make Pre-Op and Post-Op part of your clinic protocols.
With fresh (serious) wounds the increase in circulation can cause significant bleeding. This is not a bad thing as it is the body's "self-cleansing" property, but it can be excessively messy. Start by using a dose of laser that allows minimal cleanup and bandage replacement. Wounds generally heal much faster with the added mitochondrial energy and enhancement to the body's immune system. Increase time and photonic dose as the wound heals.