Laser Hemotherapy

Our Laser Hemotherapy device uses low energy laser of several wavelengths to illuminate the blood vessels under your tongue.  In this way, the laser light can effectively penetrate the thin layer of your oral mucous membrane  to reach the rich sub -lingual (tongue) blood flow just below the surface. This is termed indirect laser hemotherapy as it is non invasive and has no associated risk factors. Many scientific studies have been carried out to support the therapeutic effect of direct (as with Intravenous laser blood irradiation) and indirect (as with laser hemotherapy), particularly at several Russian, European and Chinese universities.

The fundamental way in which laser therapy energizes living systems is via mitochondrial photon absorption (mitochondria are the energy producing factories within our cells). This  activates  and increases the  production  of ATP (our energy unit of currency).  By influencing energy production laser light is able to profoundly stimulate the biological function of our cells. Hence Laser therapy accelerates  tissue repair & regeneration.  It has been documented to stimulate the healing of the tissue of  bone, blood, cartilage, nerve and muscle.

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When applied sub-lingually, the effects of low intensity laser light  enhances the activity of the vascular and  immune  systems, increasing oxygenation of tissue and blood, stimulating red blood cell formation, reducing blood viscosity and  hence increasing microcirculation. It promotes the activities of white blood cells thereby  enhancing immune defence.  Levon Gasparayan ( a Finnish researcher) notes that irradiating blood improves the general condition of patients, stating that it “ is used for its biostimulative, analgesic, antiallergic, immunocorrective, antitoxic, vasodilative, antiarrhythmic, antibacterial, antihypoxic, spasmolytic and anti-inflammatory  properties.“

Laser Hemotherapy is supportive for the following conditions:

  • Cardiovascular disease & hypertension
  • Post Cardiovascular Accident (Stroke)
  • Immune deficiency states
  • Circulatory disorders
  • Respiratory infections
  • Chronic fatigue
  • Acquired brain injuries (concussion)
  • Cognitive issues
  • Parkinsons
  • Polyneuropathy

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