Intravenous Treatment LASER

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What is the Intravenous treatment LASER?

 

Endovenous laser therapy was implemented for the first time in Russia about 25 years ago. The laser light is brought directly into the bloodstream through a glass fibre catheter. In vitro tests have shown that the irradiation of white blood cells induces different effects and, in particular, is able to boost the immune response.

Laser can also be used locally, via a small needle, to solve osteoarticular problems.

 

What is the purpose of this therapy?

The laser light is able to stimulate and regenerate the so-called mitochondrial “respiratory chain”. Mitochondria can be regarded as the power plants of our cells. When they are damaged, the cells do not produce enough energy; therefore, such cells are doomed to die, become sick (causing chronic diseases) or degenerate (up to malignancy). With this treatment, you attain the restructuring of a kind of power stations of the organism, and the cells become more efficient in energy production.

 

How is the treatment?

 

The treatment is very simple: a small quartz glass fibre is inserted into a vein of the patient (as in blood analytics).

 

The laser light is “injected” at low intensity (1-5 mill watts) for 20-60 minutes.

 

The therapy can be performed every day during a period of 10 days, especially in case of important diseases.

 

When is this treatment prescribed?

  • Diabetes mellitus: the medication reduction, harmonization of glucose metabolism.
  • Reduction of lipid values (especially cholesterol)
  • Hepatic disease
  • Chronic inflammatory diseases (ulcerative colitis, Crohn’s disease and so on)
  • Multiple sclerosis
  • Fibromyalgia
  • Disorders of blood microcirculation (heart attack, stroke etc.).
  • Damage of the immune system
  • Increased energy production cells;
  • Best sports performance (both strength and endurance!)
  • Recovery of the normal circadian rhythm

 

What kind of laser is used?

 

At the Specialized Care Centre Ortho Bio Med, we can use up to four types of lasers that are chosen based on the patient’s clinical history (Red, Blue, Yellow and Green).

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