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Intravenous laser therapy

Intravenous laser blood treatment is performed with low powers of 1 – 5 mW and an exposure timeof 20 to 60 minutes. A series of ten treatments is usually scheduled, with therapy taking place eitherdaily or three times a week with breaks on the weekends in between.
For intravenous blood treatment, a suitable vein must be cannulated in the crook of the elbow or on the forearm.

Intravenöse Lasertherapie

areas of application

  • diabetes mellitus
  • Chronic liver and
  • kidney diseases
  • dyslipidemia
  • heart diseases
  • Chronic Pain
  • Syndromes
  • allergies and
  • eczema
  • Improvement in
  • performance in sport
  • polyneuropathies
  • fibromyalgia
  • rheumatism
  • hypertension
  • tinnitus
  • macular degeneration
  • multiple sclerosis
  • depressions
  • burnout syndrome
  • CFS (chronic fatigue syndrome)
  • panic attacks and anxiety disorders
  • Lyme disease

Intra-articular laser therapy

Externally applied laser sources already experience a power reduction of more than 70% in the skin. As a result, a barely measurable energy reaches the source of the pain.In order to bring the laser light as precisely as possible to where it should have its effect, we havedeveloped a fiber optic light guide (Weberneedle® Lasercath). This is used in intra-articular laser therapy to treat damaged joints.

areas of application

The fiber optic light guide (Weberneedle® Lasercath) is introduced directly into the joint via an
interstitial needle. In this way, damaged structures (e.g. nerves, cartilage and bones) are immediately
exposed to the radiation. Treat so easily and efficiently:
knee arthrosis
hip arthrosis
Chronic Shoulder Syndromes
ankle osteoarthritis
and many other degenerative joint disease The procedure achieves penetration depths of up to 12 cm and thus achieves significantly bettertherapeutic results than external application. In addition, green, blue and yellow lasers (especially toreduce inflammation) can also be applied deep in the tissue in this way, which is not possible with external therapy.In order to optimize the effects, the treatment can also be very successfully combined with other injection therapies (e.g. platelet-rich plasma or hyaluronic acid). The same cannula can be used for injection and radiation, so that only a single puncture is necessar

Interstitial Laser Therapy

The specially developed fiber optic deep layers of tissue.

areas of application

  • Chronic spinal diseases
  • herniated discs
  • Scar pain after disc surgery
  • spinal stenosis
  • nerve lesions
  • Deep tendinitis and strains
  • The Weberneedle® Lasercath is introduced directly intodysfunctional tissue structures via an interstitial needle. This technique achieves penetration depths of up to 12 cm and thus achieves significantly better therapeutic results than external application. In addition, green, blue and yellow lasers (especially to reduce inflammation) can also be applied deep in the tissue in this way, which is not possible with external therapy
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