Areas of application

The different forms of Laser Therapy offer a huge variety of possible applications.

  • Intravenous Laser Therapy

    For intravenous laser therapy a light guide is inserted in a vein. In this way the laser light can directly irradiate the flowing blood.


    Laser light activates white and red blood cells and supports blood circulation. Due to that laser infusions effect the whole body and

    can be used in a variety of applications.



    Some areas of application:


    • Allergies and eczemas

    • Borreliose

    • Burn-out syndrome

    • CFS (chron. fatigue syndrome)

    • Chronic liver and kidney diseases

    • Chronic pain syndromes

    • Diabetes mellitus

    • Dyslipidemia

    • Fibromyalgia

    • Heart disease

    • Hypertension

    • Macular Degeneration

    • Performance enhancement in sport

    • Polyneuropathies

    • Rheumatism

    • Tinnitus


    Laser infusions can easily be combined with restorative, detoxifying and immune-strengthening infusions!

  • External Laser Therapy

    The laser is placed on your skin injection-free or used together in special applicators for the treatment of larger surfaces.


    The combination of red, infrared, green, yellow, blue and ultraviolet lasers makes it possible to achieve different depths of penetration and numerous biological effects. The highly concentrated laser light enters the tissue and leads to bio-stimulating and reparative effects.



    Some areas of application:


    • Pain Management

    • Rehabilitation

    • Transcranial Laser Therapy (applied to the head)

    Complementary treatment of stroke, Parkinson, migraines,

    vertigo, tinnitus, degenerative brain disease

    • Acupuncture

    All indications of traditional acupuncture


    Eczema, atopic dermatitis, psoriasis, chronic wounds,

    acne, gum inflammation, herpes

    • Stress

    • Sleep disorder

    • Hair loss


    External Laser Therapy, so called laser acupuncture, is completely injection and pain-free!

  • Interstitial and intra-articular Laser Therapy

    Laser light is partly absorbed on the surface of the tissue. Due to that fact external Laser Therapy is limited.


    A new technique, the percutaneous interstitial laser therapy, allows the laser light to be used deeper in the tissue for treatment of organs. A small applicator is used to achieve a penetration of certain joints.



    Some areas of application:


    • Degenerative diseases

    • Chronic pain in the musculoskeletal system



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