How Laser Therapy Works
Four well documented effects in the scientific literature are:
- Biostimulation / Tissue Regeneration
- Reduction of Inflammation
- Enhanced Immune Function / Antimicrobial
The most important way in which laser therapy adds energy is through photon absorption by mitochondria. These tiny organelles which have been called the “powerhouses” of the cell, are found in most plants and animals. Mitochondria are able to absorb laser light which then activates a series of reactions to increase and store more cellular energy in the form of adenosine triphosphate (ATP).
By increasing energy available in this readily accessible form, laser light is able to greatly stimulate the biological function of cells, tissue, and systems and even raise overall vital energy throughout the individual. “Bio” stimulation = Life stimulation!
When energy is available, the body can heal itself.
Laser therapy has been shown to stimulate the regeneration of bone, blood, the lining of blood vessels, cartilage, nerve, muscle and much more. Moreover, it has been documented to enhance the quality of healed tissue.
Laser therapy may be an ideal treatment. It may not only effectively address many medical conditions but also has been widely reported to improve health and wellbeing as evidenced by a host of biological markers.
To learn more about what scientists have reported about the mechanisms and benefits of low intensity laser therapy, visit:
- Antiinflammatory Effects
- Antimicrobial Effects
- Antioxidant Defense – Oxidative Stress
- Blood Effects
- Bone Healing
- Cartilage Regeneration
- Central Nervous System Disorders
- Cochlear Hair Cell Recovery
- DNA Effects
- Endothelial Effects
- Hormonal Response
- Immune Response
- Muscle Regeneration
- Nerve Regeneration
- Neurotoxicity Protection