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A Ray of Light and Colour Therapy

Updated on March 7, 2010
laser beams (red,green,blue)
laser beams (red,green,blue)

Biological Laser Therapy

What is it?

It is a cold laser 3b light system that is employed in therapy for Chronic illnesses.

What does it do?

  1. It potentiates the production of energy in tissue cells and mimics the anticoagulant effect of Asprin.
  2. It improves micro-circulation and therefore oxygenation in tissues.
  3. It normalises the immune system.
  4. It acts as an anti-allergic agent.
  5. It has also been shown to improve kidney and liver function.
  6. It has a positive effect on diabetics,fat metabolic disorders,liver disease and nervous tissue.

What is the method?

Soft laser beams(red,green,blue) are directed into the vein via a canulla or butterfly for 20-60minutes.This is repeated daily for 10 days and the cycle repeated every 120 days.

What are the benefits?

The main result is in the huge improvement in the "Quality of Life" of the individual.

What are the side effects?

No major side effectshave been reported but minor effects include:

  • Mild drop in blood pressure.
  • Bleeding tendencies if the patient is taking Warfarin.
  • Hypoglycaemia if the patient is taking insulin.

 

Laser Therapy
Laser Therapy

The History of Laser Therapy

 This type of  treatment was first introduced into clinical practice by two former Soviet Union doctors,V.S.Sergiewski and E.N.Meschalkin,in 1981.The doctors became fustrated with the poor quality of health demonstrated by their chronic kidney,liver,pancreas,diabetic diseased patients despite numerous increments in medication that failed to stem the disease progress.

They were already aware that some university centres have employed red laser irradiation of the blood pre and post-operatively to achieve improved oxygenation of the surgical patient.

In 1960,in the U.S.A.,red laser irradiation was similarly employed to achieve maximum oxygenation of the blood in the extracorporeal circulation during heart transplant.Their own in-vitro studies yielded results beyond their expectations.

 

The Natural Healing Powers Of Colour Therapy
The Natural Healing Powers Of Colour Therapy

Who Can Benefit From This Therapy?

  • Patients in Australia with Macular Degeneration and Retinitis Pigmentosa saw a 30% improvement in their visual field.
  • In Austria patients with Tinnitus report subjective improvement of more than 50% after 3 months.
  • In Italy a combination of photosensitizer and laser blood irradiation,allowed the destruction of Malignant Tumors and Matastatic Cells via photodynamic therapy.
  • In Italy again, physical performance of sportsmen was showing over 100% improvement after treatment.
  • In Tehran,studies conducted at the University Cardiology Research Centre, suggests low level laser therapy improved myocardial perfusion in Chronic Stable Angina,thereby reducing the frequency of further attacks.
  • In Germany, laser blood irradiation led to a highly significant improvement in the quality of life of patients with Multiple Sclerosis.

Is This Treatment Safe?

Yes.

The only inconvenience is the veno-puncture.

This treatment cannot be used on its own.

It has to complement conventional therapy.

Watch the video which shows an alternative light therapy treatment for wound healing in a diabetic sufferer.Very impressive don't you think?

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      Karen Ellis 

      8 years ago from Central Oregon

      Very interesting.

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      Deborah Waring 

      8 years ago from Lancashire U.K.

      Thanks travel-man1971.It's good to know that as well as non-invasive light therapy being effective in wound healing;that the invasive venopuncture method used in treating chronic conditions are benefitting from a natural source "The power of the good gamma rays"I was amazed by the information I discovered and learnt a lot myself in researching for this topical hub.Technology as well as aromatherapy is amazing too:)

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      Ireno Alcala 

      8 years ago from Bicol, Philippines

      Yes, it is very impressive, wearing well. Scarless surgery is also the result of using ray of light or laser operation. Better yet, it is being simulated now in operating room computer, so that the operation will be more accurate.

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