What Is Whole-Body PBM Therapy?
Photobiomodulation therapy, also known as low-level laser therapy (LLLT), is a form of light therapy that uses non-ionizing forms of light, including lasers, LEDs, and BroadBand Light in the visible and near-infrared spectrum. Research has shown that PBM methods like infrared and red light therapy can help repair tissue, reduce inflammation, and diminish pain.
PBM works on a protein known as cytochrome c oxidase in mitochondria to energize adenosine triphosphate (ATP) production. Providing cells with this natural energy source helps to fight off oxidative stress and provides a boost of natural energy. Ultimately, this therapy is known to help the body produce its own natural-healing chemicals with visible/near-infrared rays.
This photobiomodulation device can be beneficial for the following:
- Autoimmune diseases
- Brain cell damage
- Cancer & metastasis
- Heart diseases
- Inflammatory diseases
- Metabolic syndrome
- Nerve damage
- Sore muscles
- Stress disorders
- Wound healing
The information received and produced by our bodies is represented by Nogier frequencies, which are utilized to diagnose and treat illnesses. Nogier frequencies are the most common pulse frequencies employed in this type of treatment. There are numerous stages of healing that can occur, depending on the particular Nogier frequency that is pulsating. These levels can range from superficial healing to deep organ restoration.
The levels of programmable modes are intended for:
- Autonomic nervous system balance
- Blood circulation
- Brain activity/memory
- Cellular activity
- Frequency cycling
- Hormonal balance
- Nerve pain control
- Stress reduction
Photobiomodulation light therapy is known for targeting the following 4 areas:
- Lymph nodes to minimize edema and inflammation
- Nerves to induce analgesia
- The site of the injury to stimulate healing, provide reconstruction, and reduce inflammation
- Trigger points to reduce tenderness and relax muscle fibers that are contracted