Laser Blood Irradiation (LBI)

Intravenous Laser Blood Irradiation Therapy (Intravenous Laser Therapy or ILIB) exposes the patient’s blood to low levels of laser radiation in order to stimulate changes in the interactions of molecules such as lipid-water, protein-water, lipid-protein in the blood.

Clinical results from the use of LBI include stimulation of metabolism, immune protection, increase in resistance to germs, dehydration and thrombolytic activity, analgesic effect, and anti-inflammatory activity.

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