Laser Medicine are experts in the application of Cold Laser or Low Level Laser Therapy (Photobiomodulation) combined with the principles of traditional acupuncture to provide safe, organic, efficient healing for a wide spectrum of health conditions. Led by qualified therapist, Ruth Phypers MA Dip. MCMA, we offer a natural health solution that utilises therapeutic laser for pain relief, enlarged prostate, deep tissue repair, digestion, sports injuries, post-operative healing, facial aesthetics (cold laser facials), weight control, depression and addiction. Ruth Phypers is a member of the British Medical Laser Association and the Complementary Medical Association.
Ageing naturally, managing the inevitable aches and pains that come with age, and avoiding expensive beauty products, can all be found with the effective use of Cold Laser (otherwise known as Low Level Laser Therapy or Photobiomodulation). Cold [...]
Whenever I treat people suffering from Carpal Tunnel Syndrome I see someone not only in pain, but with a lot of anxiety too. This I feel, is for three reasons. 1) Carpal Tunnel Syndrome may develop from a [...]
Several savvy women from Toronto have found Laser Medicine in London for their Cold Laser Facials, which, they tell me, are similar to the Cold Laser Facials at W SkinCare, Canada. W SkinCare Toronto, incidentally, was reportedly frequented by [...]
We are pleased to announce Low Level Laser Therapy training for best practice use of Class 3b Laser for the application of facial aesthetics, skin conditions, wrinkle correction, eye rejuvenation and non-invasive face lifts. This [...]
We are pleased to announce forthcoming dates for Low Level Laser Therapy training in London, UK: Medical Class 3b Laser Therapy Introduction. This training course is approved by the British Medical Laser Association. Recognising the many different [...]
Using low level laser to treat warts and verruca is non-invasive, pain-free and remarkably effective, as reported in a number of clinical trials across the UK (see British Medical Journal and Turner). Unlike alternatives methods [...]