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PBM research is one of the most exciting topics in medicine of the third millennium. Here you will find some highlights.
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Meta-analysis confirms pain reduction in musculoskeletal disorders with PBM

The meta-analysis presents evidence that LLLT is an effective treatment modality to reduce pain in adult patients with musculoskeletal disorders. Adherence to WALT dosage recommendations seems to enhance treatment effectiveness.

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PBM can change the diversity of the intestinal microbiome

An animal study shows that PBM is able to change the intestinal microbiome positively and to significantly increase the number of bacteria that stand for a healthy intestinal environment.

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The peer Interviews with leading scientists of PBM

We interviewed the leading PBM researchers about their main research areas. You will find the WALT-interviews in the COLLL media center

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A study on the ALPHA sweep

A small study by Dr. Volkmar Kreisel investigated the influence of the ALPHA sweep – a COLLL program – on the parasympathetic nervous system in humans.

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Success of transcranial laser therapy for craniocerebral trauma and stroke

The Department NEUROLOGICAL REHABILITATION of the University Hospital Charité (Prof. Dr. Stefan Hesse, Dr. Cordula Werner) in Berlin, Germany has published its study on the effects of laser therapy in severe cases of DOC (Disorders Of Conciousness). 

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Laser acupuncture for treating musculoskeletal pain

A systematic review of laser acupuncture for pain in the musculoskeletal system leads to positive results.

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Promotion of healing with PBM (chronic wounds)

Since 2012, there has finally been a clinical study on the promotion of wound healing by LLLT in difficult-to-heal wounds. ...

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PBM is a strong support in the treatment of diabetic foot ulcers

Diabetic foot ulcers: Significant reduction of the percentage wound area by cointervention with LLLT to standard therapy according to guideline (RCT 2012)

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