2 Steps to Healthy Breasts with Our Breast PBM Irradiator
- 30-minute lymph exercise
- 30-minute breast PBM therapy
What is Low-Level Laser Therapy?
Also known as photobiomodulation, LLLT is also referred to as a number of other terms, including red light therapy, cold laser therapy, low-intensity light therapy, and soft laser therapy, and has pain-relieving and anti-inflammatory properties. It’s a non-invasive light source treatment that emits only a single wavelength of light and doesn’t produce any sound or vibration. This type of light treatment causes biochemical changes in cells, similar to the process of photosynthesis in plants, in which photons are absorbed by cellular photoreceptors and chemical changes are generated. Our breast PBM irradiator is meant to impact the function of connective tissue cells (fibroblasts), accelerate the repair of connective tissue, and act as an anti-inflammatory agent.
Nogier frequencies represent the information received and produced by our body and are used for both diagnosing and treating conditions. Nogier frequencies are the most popular pulse frequencies used in this kind of treatment. There are different levels of healing that can take place, and it depends on the specific Nogier frequency that is pulsing. These various levels can go from surface-level healing to deep within the organs.
The levels of programmable modes are intended for:
- Autonomic nervous system balance
- Brain activity/memory
- Blood circulation
- Cellular activity
- Frequency cycling
- Hormonal balance
- Nerve pain control
- Stress reduction
There are 4 areas that are targeted in PBM Radiation Therapy:
- Lymph nodes to minimize edema and inflammation
- Nerves to activate analgesia
- The site of the injury to stimulate healing, provide reconstruction, and reduce inflammation
- Trigger points to relieve soreness and relax tight muscle fibers