Low Level Laser Therapy


Laser light is used to treat:

Autoimmune diseases
Bone Repair
Brain Injury/Concussion

Neurological Problems
Rheumatoid Arthritis
Scar Tissue

Traumatic Brain Injury
Wound Healing
Herniated Discs

“Our bodies are filled with numerous light-sensitive chemical switches and amplifiers.” “Light turn on chemical reactions within living organisms.”

Low intensity lasers “promote healing.” “They give off little to no heat and work by producing changes in cells, mostly by helping sick cells to energize and heal themselves,”

The body can not heal without an adequate blood supply. “Improving circulation is only one of the many ways lasers help.”

“So many modern diseases, including heart disease, depression, cancer, Alzheimer’s, and all autoimmune diseases (such as rheumatoid arthritis and lupus), occur in part because our body’s immune systems stays stuck on too long.” “Laser light can unblock the stalled process and quickly move it to a normal resolution, leading to decreased inflammation, swelling and pain.”

A “unique aspect of lasers is that they preferentially affect damaged cells, or cells that are struggling to function and need energy the most.” “Lasers have a good effect where they are most needed.”

Lasers rapidly heal “all sorts of things that should not be healed – cartilage, badly torn tendons, ligaments, and muscles.”

In patients with traumatic brain injuries, “all were disabled and not recovering, in most cases for years, until they were treated with lasers. Almost all improved and resumed everyday activities, and those who where not yet 100% better said, I got my life back.”

In cases of depression, the “brain is chronically inflamed, it makes sense that treatment that unblocks chronic inflammation could help.”

Animal studies [2014] show that the laser lights “lowered both the pathological tau proteins and amyloid plaques by 70% in key brain areas that Alzheimer’s affects.”