Cell Activation With Light
When administering intravenous laser therapy, the laser light is inserted directly into the bloodstream using a special fiberglass catheter. A thin fiber optic cable transmits laser light energy into the blood as it flows through the vein.
Each laser color utilized through this treatment provides different effects on the organism.
Regardless of the color, the laser ensures stimulation to the cellular respiration chain within the mitochondria, accelerating the production of energy, in the form of ATP. Additionally, the application has a regenerative effect on the body’s stem cells, which are released from the bone marrow directly into the bloodstream.
This therapy has significant effects on the blood and blood vessels, by increasing elasticity and oxygen binding to red blood cells and inducing the regression of vascular deposits.
Red Laser (wavelength 635 nm)
Blue Laser (wavelength 405-447nm)