Intravenous Laser Therapy
Intravenous laser blood irradiation was performed for the first time about 25 years ago in the former Soviet Union. Laser light was introduced directly into the flowing blood. Previously, in-vitro studies have shown that biological Soft laser irradiation of white blood cells trigger a variety of positive effects, in particular expression of immunoglobulins, interferons and interleukins, which are of particular importance. After introduction of the process, numerous studies were published that showed additional effects on various metabolic processes.
- Improves Blood Health
- Improves Blood circulation
- Increases Energy In Stem Cells
- Improves immune cell function
- Significant improvement in overall performance
- Improvement in sleep and vigilance
- Positive effect on the general mood
- Reduction of drug consumption
- Better control of blood sugar levels – great for Diabetics
- Reduced cholesterol and reduces plaque build up levels
- Improves liver cell life cycle – reducing liver degeneration
- Reduction in frequency in chronic inflammatory bowel disease
- Improvement in general health status and mobility in Multiple Sclerosis
- Positive results in chronic pain
- Positive influence of tinnitus
- Reduction of severe hypertension
- Positive effects in Macular degeneration
Interstitial and Intraarticular Laser Therapy
Successful pain reduction and sustainable regeneration of spinal or joint disorders.Interstitial laser therapy (with the use of a sterile catheter) or intra-articular treatment, allows the laser light to successfully treat herniated discs and spinal stenosis. With this technique damaged joints can be irradiated directly and internally, resulting in significantly improved therapeutic results. Green and blue lasers are normally absorbed by the surface of the tissue, thus the beneficial biological effects would not be used for joint issues, but using the interstitial laser technology, we can, for the first time bring blue and green laser to the inside of joints causing an anti-inflammatory effect.
- Chronic spinal disorders
- Disc herniations
- Scar pain after disc surgery
- Spinal stenosis
- Nerve lesions
- Deep tendon inflammation and sprains
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