Photobiomodulation (PBM) might seem like a new concept yet the history of phototherapy traces back more than 30 centuries to India where sunlight was employed for therapeutic purposes.
Vitiligo sufferers were given plant extracts and then subsequently exposed to the sun with some experiencing effective results. Thereafter, reports appeared in medical literature about the treatment’s benefits and physicians began applying it.
PBM Therapy is a combination of low level laser therapy (LLLT), light emitting diode therapy (LED), and magnetic fields, which employ non-ionizing and athermal lasers to modulate the body’s responses.
It can help with immune modulation, cardiovascular support, detoxification, gut repair, tissue healing, stimulating hair growth and neurotransmitter balance.
The mainstream utilization of PBM dates back to the 1960’s. Many physicians are not aware of the power of this therapy unless they have been exposed to it.
The device is called Magneto-Infrared-Laser-Therapy-Apparatus (MILTA).
Recent advances in understanding PBM mechanisms point to an effect which occurs at three discrete cellular sites, (Cytochrome C-Oxidase inside the mitochondria), at the cell membrane (photosensitive and ion receptors) and the extracellular matrix (activation of TGF-B1).
The end result of this activation of the cellular pathways leads to more energy output of each cell, promoting better signaling which induces a recovery response.
Our understanding of the human body is still limited despite advancements in modern medicine. The human body is resilient and can withstand many stressors over the years.
It is believed that this therapy is a catalyst to trigger self-recovery that has been dormant.
This device can be used to treat a wide range of illnesses ranging from sports injuries, anxiety, depression, insomnia, irritable bowel syndrome, lymphedema, psoriasis, vitiligo, skin rejuvenation and hair loss.
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