Daavlin Phototherapy Solutions

Add Daavlin Phototherapy to Your Practice! What is Phototherapy?

Narrowband phototherapy is a safe and effective treatment for autoimmune skin diseases and is considered a first-line treatment for many conditions such as psoriasis, vitiligo and eczema. It’s safe enough for pregnant women and children to use, and has none of the serious side effects associated with competing biological drug therapies.

 

How can Phototherapy Benefit my Practice?

Adding phototherapy to your practice not only allows you to treat your patients with photo-responsive skin diseases, but it also offers an additional revenue source that reimburses up to $500 a week or more per patient. (see details here)

The treatment is very easy to administer and Daavlin’s product line ranges from full-body to hand and foot units to high intensity targeted devices, to offer you a variety of units to fit your needs. Daavlin can provide you with information regarding reimbursement strategies and annual revenue projections.

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How does Phototherapy Benefit my Patients?

Clear your patient's skin with Daavlin Phototherapy!Four out of 10 psoriasis patients are not currently under the care of a physician for their condition. Some of the reasons are the patient’s dissatisfaction with their treatment or progress, and some patients have mentioned dissatisfaction with their physicians because of the lack of attention, emotional support, or empathy. (1)

A majority of the alternative treatments require regular injections and have severe side effects such as serious nervous system disease such as multiple sclerosis, lymphoproliferative malignancies, and new-onset, or exacerbation of, congestive heart failures. (2)

In addition, biologic therapies are contraindicated for many patients, such as pregnant and nursing mothers, patients with liver or kidney disease and coexisting immunocompromising conditions.

Phototherapy provides an alternative to patients that is painless, safe, effective, and can be administered to children and pregnant women, but it is not always as well known to the general population. There is an opportunity to expand physician services targeting all patients (especially the patients that shy away from the more drastic medications available) to treat them through the use of phototherapy.

For decades, statistics have shown consistently high rates of clearance for Narrow Band UVB phototherapy and it has a median clearance time of only 4-5 weeks. That is twice as fast as Enbrel, Stelara, Humira or Remicade. In addition, patients who stop using phototherapy seldom suffer from the flares or rebounds that are common with other treatments.

ItDiscuss Home Phototherapy with Your Patients‘s also very affordable and the administration of phototherapy by their known physician can be comforting to those using phototherapy for the first time. Phototherapy may also be prescribed for home use and the one-time cost of a home unit is reasonably priced and covered by Medicare and most insurance companies.

Other treatments such as biological drug therapies can cost more than the price of the average car each year, putting them out of range for some patients. Keep in mind, your patients’ safety is important to us.

We comply with all FDA regulations and ISO requirements regarding medical devices. Daavlin’s facility is ISO 13485 approved and all of Daavlin’s devices have been reviewed and cleared by the FDA as Class II medical devices.

Daavlin Phototherapy Products:

 

Full Body Solutions

 

The Daavlin 3 Series PC is state-of-the-art design partnered with SmartTouch…the most advanced phototherapy software on the market.

 
 
 
 
 
 
 

UV SeriesThe Daavlin UV Series is powerful and versatile, specifically designed for offices with limited space.

 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 

7 Series The Daavlin 7 Series makes full body phototherapy treatment practical in offices with limited space or patient flow.

 

 

Partial Body Solutions

 

The Daavlin M Series is a convenient, versatile and technologically advanced system for treatment of photo-responsive diseases of the hands and feet.

 
 
 
 

The Daavlin 4 Series is a medium-sized, yet powerful and versatile unit.

 
 
 
 

The Daavlin 1 Series is the most powerful portable phototherapy unit on the market.

 
 
 
 
 
 
 

Scalp and Small Area Solutions

 

The Daavlin Lumera is a breakthrough in targeted phototherapy for dermatoses of the scalp and localized areas of the body.

 
 
 
 
 

The Daavlin Levia, like the Lumera provides for targeted treatment of localized areas using the fiber optic LiteBrush or LiteSpot beam.

 
 
 
 
 

The Daavlin DermaPal is ideal for scalp and spot treatments. It is safe, affordable and powerful.

 
 
 
 

Phototherapy Services and Accessories

 

Daavlin offers a complete line of products and services for your clinical phototherapy needs. Accessories include eyewear, lamps, Dose Patch MED test patches, meters and cleaning supplies as well as special service packages. Daavlin’s Technical Service is unparalleled in the industry with it’s focus on our customers.

Our team of experienced field technicians have worldwide field experience to deliver first class, on-site assistance on any of our devices, computer system, and meters. This is combined with a knowledgeable in-house technical support group is standing by to answer questions. This dedicated, hands-on approach to service sets us apart and gives you peace of mind that we are here to support you. You can depend on our team to be just a phone call away and always ready to respond to your needs.  We also offer a wide range of maintenance and extended warranty programs so you can feel confident that your phototherapy equipment will perform reliably for years to come. And, to support your patients who qualify for home devices, Daavlin’s Home Phototherapy Department is unmatched in the industry. Our team is dedicated to supporting the patient and servicing their needs. 

(1) “New Kantar Health Study Shows 4 in 10 Patients Do Not See a Physician for Their Condition”, PR Web, June 6, 2013 (2) “Biologics 101”, The Dermatologist, Feb. 2012