Intravenous Laser Therapy enables the application of laser light directly into the bloodstream by using a special catheter technology. The laser light stimulates circulating blood cells and stem cells.
Various laboratory tests and clinical data show that the irradiation of blood cells can trigger a number of positive effects.
The technology is more than 30 years old. It was officially approved in Germany in 2005. Today, numerous international private practices and clinics use intravenous laser therapy.
Universities have also recognized the potential of this therapy method and made it the focus of their research.
Areas of Application
- Internal diseases
- (diabetes mellitus, chronic liver and kidney diseases)
- Metabolic disorders
- Cardiovascular diseases
- Chronic pain
- Fibromyalgia and rheumatism
- Macular degeneration
- Multiple sclerosis
- Depression and burn-out
- Lyme disease
- General performance increase (in sports)