Low Level Laser Therapy for Vulvodynia

Complex and baffling, vulvodynia is an emotionally and physically challenge for as many as 1:4 women. Deterred by the traditional pharmaceutical options, many women have found short and long term relief for vulvodynia (chronic vulva pain) through the use of Low Level Laser Therapy. In Naomi Wolf's wonderful research study Vagina: A New Biography Wolf goes [...]

Low Level Laser Treatment for Enlarged Prostate

Most men experience an enlarged prostate gland once they reach 45-50. We believe that the enlarged prostate is the result of a build up of dead blood cells in the gland. This creates a swelling in the tissue which leads to an increase in urination and a decrease in production of seminal fluid. Many people experience good results [...]

Handy Cure 5V Home-Use Low Level Laser Device

Really happy to announce a formal partnership with leading home use Low Level Laser device manufacturer, Medical Quant Ltd via Gudaro-Med Tech (UK based tech support) who make the popular and highly effective Handy Cure 5V low level laser device. Many ask my recommendation for a low cost home-use low level laser so that they can [...]

Low level laser therapy for scar tissue

When any soft tissue is damaged the body produces scar tissue. We normally associate scars with cuts and incisions at the skin's surface. However, scar tissue is also produced around damaged muscles, nerves and joints. If the body's natural healing mechanism does not clear the damaged tissue away (which is often the case), scar tissue leads to congestion, which creates [...]

Strengthen your immune system

In the current climate, to maintain a strong and healthy immune system feels more important than ever. The body's immune system (also referred to as the lymphatic system) fights infection and disease. It also promotes efficient waste removal (cellular debris) via interstitial fluid into the blood stream. Key lymphatic organs (bone marrow, spleen and lymph nodes) work to [...]

Drug-free pain relief. Drug-free ageing. Drug-free health…

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 Laser Therapy has been approved by the FDA in the USA (and by NICE in the UK) for many conditions. [...]

Cold laser facials in London…

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 offered by Lorinda Zimmerman at W SkinCare, Canada to a whole host of Hollywood's A List, many of whom list the cold laser | low level laser facial on their must-go [...]

Professional Training: Medical Class 3b Laser Therapy

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 applications of Class 3b Laser, this training course introduces the core principles of Photobiomodulation, Low Level Laser Therapy and provides [...]

Pain-free low level laser treatment for warts and verruca

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 for wart/verruca removal which 'burn' or cut the wart or verruca (often resulting in their return), low level laser does not create [...]

NICE approves low level laser for side effects of radiotherapy and chemotherapy

Clinical trials in the UK to prove the effectiveness of PBM (photobiomodulation therapy) - otherwise known as low-level laser therapy - looks set to increase. Last year NICE (National Institute for Health and Care Excellence) approved low-level laser for oral mucositis (OM) - one of the common side effects caused by radiotherapy and chemotherapy for cancer patients. [...]