College for
Photomedicine

The College for Photomedicine (COLLL) is a collegium of therapists for the promotion of photobiomodulation medicine in various medical and therapeutic fields.

Seminars

Our seminar events are subject-specific and offer, in addition to training in theory and practice, personal contact and exchange with lecturers and colleagues. With some seminar series it is possible to obtain a training certificate. Overnight stays are also possible at the event locations.

E-learning

We offer our e-learning courses as webinars or video courses. Webinars take place live at a fixed time as a video conference. They take part via the Internet and can communicate directly with the lecturers.

Participation in video courses can be divided according to your time options. The courses consist of several lessons with training videos and accompanying material.

Certified training

Some of our seminars, webinars or video courses offer the possibility of certified training, at the end of which you can take an exam. If you pass the exam, you will receive a personal training certificate.

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Tutorials

The tutorials are subject-specific compilations of short videos, in which experts demonstrate practical applications. By dividing it into short video sequences, you can quickly find the right topics.

Tutorials in the COLLL education shop

Books

You can download our books as eBooks in PDF format.

eBooks in the COLLL education shop

PRO membership at COLLL

As a member, in addition to access to specialist forums, you will receive exclusive information material, discount offers for training events and a COLLL membership certificate.

Laser phototherapy or photobiomodulation is more than an alternative medical treatment. It is a completely new method of controlling cellular processes and modulating living organisms through precise changes in the chemistry of biomolecules. LPT enables the multidisciplinary physician or therapist to fight diseases and other disorders in humans and animals. It is also possible to stimulate or inhibit many different biological processes that occur in most (if not all) different living beings. One could even assume that the phenomenon of photobiomodulation is as old as life itself!

Michael R. Hamblin
Principal Investigator at the Wellmann Center for Photomedicine, Massachusetts General Hospital
Associate Professor of Dermatology at Harvard Medical School

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