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Advanced German Technology for:

• Rapid Auto-Regulation of Pain and Inflammation

(Aimbire F, Albertini R, Pacheco MT, et al 2006)  

• Promoting Peripheral Nerve Regeneration & Functional Recovery

(Rochkind S, Drory V, Alon M, et al 2007)

• Providing Restorative Support Treatment of Central Nervous System Trauma

(Rochkind S. et al 2007)

• Assisting with the Improvement of Cognitive Function & Mitochondrial Function & ATP Synthesis

(Naeser MA, et al 2010) (Lapchak P.A, De Taboada L. 2009)  (Passarella S, et al 1984)

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PBM laser therapy was  previously known as Low Level Laser Therapy (LLLT) and has been utilised in clinical practice and wound healing  for more than 40 years in Europe, UK ,Middle East and Canada and the  action mechanisms of PBM at the cellular and molecular level have been increasingly studied over the past 30 years and PBM laser’s have been widely used in Australian medical and  health care clinics since the late 1980’s  for dermatological treatment, sports injury, lymphoedema and rapid relief of inflammation and pain.

Many medical devices rely on electric, magnetic and electromagnetic fields (EMF) for therapeutic applications and diagnostic purposes. EMF waves are created as a result of vibrations between an electric field and a magnetic field and they carry indivisible energy particles called Photons, energy content varies with each wavelength and its oscillating frequency (Hz).

The wavelengths used in PBM therapy are within the visible and near infra-red part of the spectrum and do not carry any charge, therefore they do not attract or repel charge particles like electrons. Medical research shows that non-ionizing, non-thermal PBM laser  therapy instigates photobiomodulating effects that support cell mitochondrial function necessary for production of energy (ATP) and  homeostasis at a cellular  and systemic level to support self- regulation of inflammation, pain and tissue repair in both humans and animals.  These specialised medical lasers are now being implemented to treat oncology patients to reduce unwanted side effects and to treat and prevent oral mucositis following radiation therapy and high-dose chemotherapy.   Karu, T., (2007., 2011); (Bjordal et al 2011).

PBM laser therapy is being utilized, but not limited as a support therapy for:

  • Acute / Chronic  Pain Relief (Prokopowisch et al 2005., Gur et al 2004., Lizzarelli et al 2005)
  • Arthritis / Musculoskeletal conditions (Xu Xiao -Yang, Zhao Xiu –Feng et al 2006., Soriano F, Campana V, Moya M, Gavotto A et al  2006., Bjordal et al 2008.,Hegedus et al 2009)
  • Ulcer / Wound Healing (Ozcelik et al 2008., Al-Anazi et al 2008.,Minatel et al 2009)
  • Spinal / Nerve Injury (Byrnes K.R, Waynant R W, Ilev I K, Wu X et al 2005., Rochkind et al 2007., Moges et al 2011)
  • Atopic dermatitis (Morita H. et al Keio J Med 1993)
  • Tissue Trauma (Giuliani A, Fernandez M, Farinelli M, Barotto L et al  2004., Gerbi et al 2008))
  • Lympoedema (G. David Baxter, Lizhou Liu, Steve Tumilty 2017)
  • Neurodegenerative Diseases (Trimmer et al 2009., Shaw et al 2010)
  • Psychological (Schiffer et al 2009,
  • Support for Stem Cell Therapy (Anwer et al 2012., AlGandi A.,Kumar, A., and Moussa, N.A. 2012
  • Post Stroke (Lapchak,P.A. 2010.)
  • Cardiology (Tuby,H., Maltz, L., and Oron, U. 2002.,  Zhang et al 2009., Yang et al 2011)
  • Support Therapy For Cancer Therapy Induced Mucositis (Bjordal et al 2011)

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