PBM Intro

The following research articles and publications document the science behind PhotoBioModulation (PBM) and Low Level Laser Therapy (LLLT) red light therapy. Many of these sources outline studies into the specific wavelengths of PBM Light therapy.

      Blue, Red & NIR (Near-Infrared) light articles

        • Mechanisms and Applications of the Anti-Inflammatory Effects of PhotoBioModulation
          • Wound healing, arthritis, muscle recovery, lung inflammation, traumatic brain injury, spinal cord injury, autoimmune diseases, abdominal fat and Achilles tendinopathy, thyroiditis, psoriasis have all been shown to accept PBM treatment well, particularly the 850nm wavelength with regards to muscle preconditioning and better athletic performance.
          • In this clinical trial, the effect of intraoral low level laser with a wavelength of 940nm and an energy density of 10 J/cm2 was tested in one session after the surgical operation of the mandibular impacted third molar. The results reveal that LLLT has an alleviate effect on post-surgical pain. Further studies are needed to improve the understanding of the effectiveness of LLLT...
        • Different protocols of photobiomodulation therapy of hyposalivation
          • The positive effect of the photobiomodulation therapy could be observed 10 days after the completion of the treatment, with better maintained effect of 830 nm wavelength. Thus, indicating a regenerative potential of this type of therapy which should be further investigated and compared with other therapeutic options for hyposalivation.
          • Blue light: Friend or Foe?
            • Blue lights can induce beneficial and adverse effects, depending on the dose and spectrum width of the exposure

          Laser-acupuncture articles

          Sports related