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Low Level Laser Therapy

Low-level laser therapy (LLLT) is a modern form of high-tech phototherapy. It promotes primary cell physiology processes via photobiological mechanisms that resemble photosynthesis. Its effects are widely documented scientifically and are helpful in many different special areas of medicine.


The application method of laser therapy

The application method of laser therapy


Today laser phototherapy is employed in nearly all special areas of medicine. It is most frequently used in modern wound and pain management. Its effects in connection with pain and diseases of the musculoskeletal system and the promotion of wound healing processes have been researched the best. Yet orthopaedics, sports medicine, physiotherapy, and wound treatment constitute far from all special areas where laser phototherapy is employed. Its application in dermatology, ENT, dental and aesthetic medicine, and ophthalmology has a history that goes back decades. The discovery of its surprising effects in rehabilitation medicine is very young, having drawn the attention of laser photomedical research for just a few years.


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Pain management: The treatment of pain conditions is one of the oldest applications of LLLT. Low-level lasers have been used by orthopaedists, physiotherapists, general medical practitioners, and specialized pain therapists as sole therapy or as an adjuvant for over 30 years. The best-researched area is the LLL treatment of pain conditions of the musculoskeletal system. More …


Wound management

Wound management: The first application of LLLT was for the treatment of wounds, and in particular chronic, hard-to-heal wounds. This application is probably still the one that is best known today. The first studies of LLLT were conducted in the 1960s. Focusing on the promotion of wound healing through LLLT, they marked the beginning of LLLT. More …


Orthopaedics

Orthopaedics: Pain relief and the alleviation of ailments of the musculoskeletal system is the best-researched action profile of LLLT. Its impact on pain processes had been discovered in the context of wound therapy and was soon examined in connection with other pain conditions.. More …


Rehabilitation

Rehabilitation: The specific study of the effects of LLL light on the regeneration or nerve tissue is still relatively young. Successes in the treatment of traumatic brain injuries, however, have drawn a great deal of attention. They indicate an application field with great potential. More …


Ophthalmology

Ophthalmology: Studies conducted most recently have focused on the direct irradiation of the eye with LLL light of very low intensity. The application was previously considered absolutely taboo among LLL therapists. This taboo had primarily pragmatic and legal reasons. It has now been broken for the first time by current, highly promising studies. More …


Odontology

Odontology: The great potential of LLLT for applications in odontology has still rarely found its way into actual practice. Photodynamic therapy – a special application of LLLT using exogenous photosensitizers which has produced remarkable successes in the therapy of periodontal diseases, among other ailments – is also barely known. Only in Switzerland are these modern methods often part of the standard treatment of patient-focused dental practices today. More …

The application method of laser acupuncture

The application method of laser acupuncture

The application method of resonance / laser field therapy

The application method of resonance / laser field therapy


Resonance or frequency therapy is also a special application of laser therapy in the field of complementary medicine. It uses the possibility of pulsing laser light precisely to trigger so-called resonance phenomena in order to enhance the effects of a therapy. Resonance therapy has not yet been studied according to scientific standards. More …