Cold Laser

Cold Laser or Low-Level Laser

ErchoniaThe German physicist and biophysicist Fritz Albert Popp was the first person to indentify the frequency of the biophoton radiation that radiates from the human body at 635nm. This biophoton radiation belt extends about an inch and a half around the average person, extending further around the heart and head, much as religious paintings show aurus around the spiritual people’s heads. It is said that the more advanced the person, the further the aura extends outward from the body.

The diode laser emits the same wavelength of frequency as the healthy human body, 635nm. Therefore this is the LLL (low level laser) we use. This promising tool is called the cold laser, the soft laser, the low-power laser, or the low-level laser. The term, LASER, is an acronym for Light Amplification by Stimulated Emissions of Radiation. All Lasers emit coherent, focused light that travels in a narrow beam in one direction. High Power, “hot” lasers have larger, high energy waves that have catabolic effects that can deliberately destroy tissue in cauterizing and surgical applications. Low Power, “Soft,” “Cool,” or “Cold” lasers have low power, smaller waves that have anabolic effects that promote rapid reduction of pain, accelerate healing time, and accelerate growth and repair.

Cold lasers are not capable of producing thermal damage in tissue. Cold lasers have stimulative effects rather than destructive ones. They are totally safe for both doctor and patient without negative side-effects.

One of the first experiences with laser treatment in the 1970’s as it was introduced by Dr. Sheldon Deal, proved that the cold laser could do everything the needle in acupuncture could do, far better than acupressure, or magnets at acupoints. It was also discovered that the laser could be used on NL (neurolymphatic) and NV (neurovascular) points as well as some subluxations with beneficial therapeutic effects. Combined with synergies among nutritional and other treatment modalities, a success rate ranging from 70-90% was achieved.

Laser therapy may be useful to you if you have any of the following:

  • tendonitis
  • frozen shoulder
  • fractures
  • post-operative wounds
  • sprain-strains
  • scar tissue
  • autoimmune diseases
  • chronic or acute pain
  • wound healing
  • arthritis
  • migraines
  • disc herniations
  • minor nerve damage
  • carpal tunnel syndrome
  • heavy metal detoxification