Laser Therapy – History
Low level laser therapy has been used to treat damaged tissue and reduce pain and inflammation for over 50 years
In the 1920’s, Yale University Researcher, Harold Saxon Burr, suggested that diseases could be detected and prevented by altering the energy fields around our body. Due to the lack of evidence at the time, many scientists were convinced that no such energy fields existed. However, dramatic advancements within the last few decades such as the Superconducting Quantum Interference Device developed at M.I.T., the Magneto-Cardiogram and the Magneto-Encephalogram can now detect and identify these fields, and have changed perceptions from skepticism to acceptance in the scientific community.
Scientists now have laboratory equipment that can accurately model functions of the living cell and its DNA. As a result, we have discovered that every cell and organ in the body is vibratory in nature and resonates at an optimal frequency when healthy. The German biophysicist Fritz-Albert Popp discovered that DNA is one of the main suppliers of biophotons. Through comprehensive studies, he proved that DNA is a harmonic oscillator – an oscillating system with its own particular frequency, or resonating frequency. Using the length of the DNA molecule (about two meters, when stretched out), and the known speed of light, DNA’s own frequency is calculated as about 150 megahertz. Not only do we emit and absorb frequencies, our state of health and state of mind can be influenced by them.
Russian scientists have been using frequencies to influence cellular metabolism as early as 1965. They discovered that a single frequency light in a laser can stimulate DNA in damaged cell tissue and that infrared, red and violet wavelengths were the fastest way to regenerate tissue. Recovery from injuries went from ten days down to two days. The United States Government has published extensive studies on the subject and this technology is now widely accepted and used throughout the world.
“Irradiation by laser light results in increased collagen and epithelial production, production of new capillaries and an increase in density of the capillary bed, which results in reduction of pain and inflammation. Low light laser therapy re-energizes injured cell membranes and increases the mitochondria energy by 150% which speeds and improves the healing process.”
Biophysicist and molecular biologist Pjotr Garjajev and his colleagues have been carrying out cutting-edge research using frequency embedded lasers, which has been nothing short of amazing. Using specific frequencies, they have brought dying organs back to a normal healthy state, succeeded in the repair of genetic defects such as chromosomes damaged by x-rays, significantly curbed the aging process in human cells, and have even grown new adult human teeth in individuals who had lost them. Garjajev’s group eventually took their research into a whole new realm and stunned the scientific community when they reprogramed genome cells by capturing the frequency of one DNA pattern and transmitting it onto another DNA pattern revealing that the triplets in the DNA string are able to exchange places.
Science has clearly verified that frequency based laser therapy has the potential to help any scenario where the cells are not resonating at their optimum potential. By combining an advanced laser wave technology for deep cell penetration along with a proprietary blend of 2,200 frequencies that benefit cellular metabolism, the LifeShield Laser produces results within minutes. Our unique blend of body balancing frequencies has been engineered specifically to manage pain and promote health. For patients, that means temporary relief from acute and chronic pain, reduced inflammation and muscle spasms, improved range of motion and restored function.
When used on water and food it helps to counteract the damage of toxic substances (e.g. sugar and other artificial sweeteners), toxic chemicals in food and the air, and other negative energetic sources e.g. microwaves.
The body utilizes the frequencies for it’s optimum performance. After drinking a small sip of water that has been treated with the LifeShield Laser, one notices an immediate improvement in balance.
Laser therapy is not magic and may not work for everyone. Certain conditions may be so involved or longstanding that the cells are not capable of responding. For more severe areas of involvement one should consult a medical professional. In many cases the personal laser can be used in conjunction with the advice of your medical professional. No sensation is felt as the low level laser is applied…..it is a painless treatment. In addition it is very safe. There are two ways that laser light can damage tissue; if it is very concentrated (high power density) or if the photons are very high energy. Low level therapy lasers use power densities that are far below the levels that can cause tissue damage, although they still should not be shined into one’s eyes. Ultraviolet light has very high-energy photons capable of ionizing molecules, but LLLT use visible and near-infrared light, which only cause molecular vibrations. One could argue that therapy laser light is safer than sunlight!
A technology assessment for low level laser therapy (LLLT) was performed by the Office of the Medical Director of the Department of Labor and Industries, deeming LLLT to be quite safe. Click here to take a look.