Used on acupuncture points, low intensity laser emission can effectively replace the needle.
Laser treatment, essentially an emission of photons, consists in stimulating specific points on the body – the same as those used in acupuncture – to activate their superficial and deep functions.
In addition, this “photonic bombardment” at the tissue and cellular levels is absorbed and transformed into biochemical energy. The end result is the restoration of normal cell functions.
Experimental studies show that photobiological effects result from direct effects with stimulation of microcirculation (effects on angiogenesis, trophic stimulation at the cellular level) which in turn generate indirect effects: anti-inflammatory, analgesic, trophic, anti-allergic, detoxification effects by activation of free radicals.
To date, all the research done worldwide over the past 30 years has not found any negative effects resulting from laser treatments. It is important to note that normal cells are not affected in any way by low intensity laser emission.
The therapeutic laser is therefore of significant interest to all those who fear needles and has been part of the therapeutic tools of Chinese medicine for more than 20 years.