Laser therapy has been around for a long time. But what is intravenous laser therapy used for, and when shouldn’t it be used?
How Laser Therapy Works
Our cells and mitochondria are made of light and communicate through light. Therefore, it is sensible that certain wavelengths would improve cellular communication and spur healing. But before we dive into all the uses of laser therapy, it might be helpful to understand how it works.
First, blood is extracted from a patient with a chronic infection. The blood is irradiated with red, blue, green, or yellow lights depending on the condition. These lights destroy pathogens like viruses, parasites, and bacteria.
Once purified, the blood is then reintroduced into the bloodstream. This newly filtered blood enhances oxygen tissue’s oxygen absorption, improves circulation, and augments the body’s ability to detoxify by inactivating and removing toxins.
When to use IV laser therapy
While IV laser therapy is best known for treating Lyme disease, heart disease, and certain cancers, the full list of conditions is long. Further areas of application include:
Type 2 diabetes
Chronic liver and kidney diseases
Chronic shoulder syndromes
Allergies and eczema
Improved sports performance
Depression and anxiety disorder
Chronic Fatigue Syndrome
Whaven’t really seen a condition that it doesn’t assist with yet. But that does not mean that there are certain conditions that we have more research and more applications with that we see a greater response so far.Jennifer Miele
Now, we’re not saying that IV laser therapy is the be-all-end-all to every health problem. If you have a serious health condition, it’s important to explore all treatment options with your medical team.
However, with its wide range of benefits, laser therapy is more than a simple way to heal tissues. It is a versatile tool for is improving health and improving a variety of chronic conditions and diseases.
About Dr. Michael Weber
Dr. Weber has been working as a Medical Doctor in Germany for more than 20 years. He manages three medical centers for general and internal medicine, pain therapy, naturopathy (acupuncture), and photodynamic therapy.
Besides his medical degrees, Dr. Weber holds a diploma in biochemistry, which allowed for his distinctive contribution to new laser technology.
He is president of the International Society for Medical Laser Applications (ISLA) and co-editor of several international medical journals, with a focus on research and new methods. For this purpose, Dr. Weber collaborates with numerous international institutions and universities.
Dr. Weber developed the patented Weberneedle® technology, which allows for highly focused and efficient lasers of different wavelengths for numerous health conditions and improved health.
About Jennifer Miele
Jennifer Miele is the founder and director of Nube Health Inc. as well as co-founder and clinical director of the Baja Medgate clinic in Tijuana, Mexico.
She received a HONORIS CAUSA DOCTORATE recognition by the Instituto Mexicano de Líderes de Excelencia (Mexico City) in the area of medical research.
Jennifer specializes in medical research and nutrition and has worked with several hospitals, integrative health centers, research centers, stem cell therapy specialists, immunologists, chemists, and many other specialists. She strives to offer the most integrative medical programs available.
She is focusing on the medical research and development of new protocols integrating PDT/ photodynamic therapy into oncology, immunotherapy, regenerative medicine, endocrinology, infectious diseases, autoimmune diseases, and nutrition.
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