IV Laser Therapy


IV Laser Therapy - Pathogen Deactivation  by UV Light

 
Application
The IV Laser Therapy uses special fiber optics and extremely powerful laser diodes with high focus intensity that break through the skin barrier. Each laser has different penetration depths and produces different biological effects.

This Laser Therapy System allows up to 12 laserneedles to enter the tissue simultaneously.  In the context of laserneedle acupuncture, the needle-like fiber ends are not inserted into the skin like conventional acupuncture needles but affixed onto the skin with adhesive applicators.  This facilitates an effective and pain-free stimulation of acupuncture points.  With the help of the applicators we can also treat deep areas of pain and symptoms in the mouth region or on the skin. 


Effects of UV Light Therapy
Ultraviolet blood irradiation strengthens the immune system and improves overall health. It has the following therapeutic benefits:

  • Increases oxygen absorption in body tissues
  • Destroys fungal, viral, and bacterial growth
  • Improves circulation and decreases platelet aggregation
  • Improves circulation by dilating blood vessels
  • Improves the body’s ability to detoxify and inactivate or remove toxins
  • Activates cortisone-like molecules (sterols) into vitamin D
  • Restores normal size and movement of fat elements

Medical History of UV Blood Irradiation
  • 1903:      Nobel Price: UV Light for the cure of cutaneous tuberculosis
  • 1920s:    Development of a UV therapy device for extracorporeal blood treatment (Emmet Knott)
  • 1930s to 1950s: UV treatment to combat polio virus and other medical conditions including pneumonia and cancer.

The technique is known as:
– Ultraviolet Blood Irradiation (UVBI)
– Hematogenous Oxygenation Therapy (HOT) or
– Extracorporeal Photophoresis

Pathogens have a higher susceptibility to UV irradiation. The antimicrobial effects of UV light result from increased production of toxic reactive oxygen species (ROS) and delayed pathogen replication. UVA exposure primarily promotes sub-lethal effects, which stop replication and increase the pathogens susceptibility to immune degradation. Pathogen damage also permits the release of antigens in which the immune system can build highly-specific antibodies to the pathogen strain. Cell DNA sequence is interrupted and pathogen ability to bind is inhibited.

Areas of Application
  • Diabetes mellitus
  • Cancers
  • Chronic liver and kidney diseases
  • Lipid metabolic disorder
  • Heart diseases
  • Chronic shoulder syndromes
  • Allergies and eczema
  • Improved performance in sports
  • Polyneuropathy
  • Fibromyalgia
  • Rheumatism  
  • Hypertension  
  • Tinnitus
  • Macula degeneration
  • Multiple Sclerosis
  • Depression
  • Burnout
  • CFS (chronic fatigue syndrom)
  • Panic attacks and anxiety disorder
  • Lyme disease