Laser Therapies

Laser therapy provides pain relief and reduces inflammation while aiding tissue repair and regeneration. Our Laser therapies involve the use of focused light tuned to specific wavelengths.

Intravenous Laser Therapy

Intravenous laser therapy was first practised in the former Soviet Union. The direct introduction of laser light into the bloodstream was shown to produce positive effects in the expression of immunoglobulins, interferons and interleukins which are crucial for a good immune response to pathogens. Intravenous Laser therapy is used to improve and normalise microcirculation, reducing inflammation, neurohumoral regulation, tissue repair, immune system boost, pain reduction, increasing the synthesis of DNA and RNA, and restoring the body homeostasis.

Intravenous Laser Therapy

Weberneedle Laser Therapy

Weberneedle Laser Therapy

Weberneedle is a low-level laser therapy that transfers light to the blood through fibre optic energy to stimulate leucocytes and the immune system. It also increases oxygen bonding capacity and blood supply thereby regenerating the body. Weberneedle is effective in the treatment of degenerative brain injuries, the post-treatment of strokes, Parkinson's, migraines, vertigo and tinnitus. It also benefits microcirculation, muscle pain and spasms, muscle cramps, arthritic pain and the dermatological therapy of chronic wounds.