What in the world is Intravenous Red Laser Treatment and why would anyone in their right mind send red laser beams through their veins and arteries? I guess these were some of the questions I had as I had my first consultation in a medical Clinic in Cebu, Philippines.
The doctor explained the therapy was painless and had no side effects and has been working wonders on all types of patients with hard to cure diseases or for anyone who wants to improve their overall circulation and immune system.
Upon the doctors recommendation I signed up for 10 Red Laser Intravenous Treatments. The nurse places a stub attached to your vein which is transmitted in low voltage from a machine nearby your bed. Each session lasts 30 minutes which is painless and I usually drift off to sleep.
In the Philippines the cost is low which is 1500 pesos per session or USD $35.00 and you receive some immediate benefits. You sleep much better even after first session and some of your aches and pains are less painful.
The doctor explained to me the big benefit is The Red Laser supplies oxygen to new cells which stimulate growth in humans that were going in reverse do to heavy metals and inflammation throughout the body.
I have had eight treatments and will complete the recommended 10 treatments in the near future. Whether I will live as old as Moses 200 plus who knows, but If ever I am abducted by aliens they will think twice about taking a hostage full of Red Laser Beams circulating around in his body.
Intravenous laser blood irradiation was developed experimentally by the Russian researchers, Meshalkin and Sergievskiy, and introduced into clinical practice in 1981. Originally the method was applied in the treatment of cardiovascular abnormalities. Laser blood irradiation therapy was government-certified in Germany in 2005. In the following years, this method was established in more than 300 centers in Germany, Austria, Switzerland, Italy, Australia, Philippines and United States.
Laser Therapy, or “photobiomodulation”, is the use of specific wavelengths of light (red and near-infrared) to create therapeutic effects. These effects include improved healing time, pain reduction, increased circulation and decreased swelling. Laser Therapy has been widely utilized in Europe by physical therapists, nurses and doctors as far back as the 1970’s. Now, after FDA clearance, Laser Therapy is being used extensively in the United States.
Laser Therapy is proven to biostimulate tissue repair and growth. The Laser accelerates wound healing and decreases inflammation, pain, and scar tissue formation. In the management of chronic pain Class IV Laser Therapy can provide dramatic results, and is virtually free of side effects.
There are thousands of published studies demonstrating the clinical effectiveness of Laser Therapy. Among these, there are more than one hundred rigorously controlled, scientific studies that document the effectiveness of laser for many clinical conditions.
During Laser Therapy the infrared laser light interacts with tissues at the cellular level and metabolic activity increases within the cell, improving the transport of nutrients across the cell membrane. This initiates the production of cellular energy (ATP) that leads to a cascade of beneficial effects, increasing cellular function and health.
During each painless treatment laser energy increases circulation, drawing water, oxygen, and nutrients to the damaged area. This creates an optimal healing environment that reduces inflammation, swelling, muscle spasms, stiffness, and pain. As the injured area returns to normal, function is restored and pain is relieved.
So there you have it! If your rheumatism is kicking up or you have bad leg cramps and circulation problems then you might investigate The Red Laser Intravenous Therapy.
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QUOTE: In Europe, where laser treatment is a well accepted methodology, it has been used for treatment of traumatic, inflammatory and overuse injuries, pain relief and healing of arthritic lesions, reduction of abscesses and treatment of persistent non-healing wounds such as cold-sores and ulcers. This type of therapy has also been used to prevent or minimize keloid formation and adhesions, to reduce edema, and to reduce pain from surgical and other treatments. Healing with light and use of low level laser therapy can also encourage the formation of collagen and cartilage in damaged joints and the repair of tendons and ligaments. In addition, laser light can be used to stimulate acupuncture points in a non-invasive, pain-free manner.”
THINGS YOU MAY NOT KNOW: LASER stands for Light Amplification by Stimulated Emission of Radiation. LASER was first theorized by Einstein. In 1960 Miaman developed the first laser, which was a ruby laser and a tube laser with a metal chamber, which contained the element ruby. When an electrical current excites the enclosed element, the atoms give off photons or packets of light energy. The photons bounced off a solid mirror on one end of the tube and out holes in the mirror on the other end of the tube. The light beam from a laser is unlike regular light in that it is coherent i.e., the photons are well ordered and synchronized. Laser light is also monochromatic, meaning it is of one pure color and columnated, meaning that the light is focused in one primary direction.
THINGS YOU MAY WANT TO SAVE: Enough money to get a series of Red Laser Treatments
ZENTRAVELER SAYS: You are in luck Grasshopper your veins are too small to get red laser treatment…so just hop aside while we turn the clock of time backwards.
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