Low-Level Laser Therapy

In 1917, Albert Einstein formulated the physical foundations for light intensification with stimulated emission. In the field of medicine, the use of laser light allows for a careful treatment and offers diverse and multiple available treatments. Laser therapy is considered by many scientific researchers to be a viable and a superior alternative to needle acupuncture in certain cases. More clinical evidence supports the absorption in different wavelengths in the biological tissue within 405nm-658nm-810nm and the healing potential as it bio-modulates and assists in the functional recovery of injured peripheral nerves.

The laser light has no adverse effect on the healthy tissue, however at the cellular level, the damaged tissue absorbs the light and cell structure is repaired and normal function is restored.

The technology utilizes super-luminous and laser diodes to irradiate diseased or traumatized tissue with photons. These particles of energy are selectively absorbed by the cell membrane and intracellular molecules, resulting in the initiation of a cascade of complex physiological reactions, leading to the restoration of normal cell structure and function.

The process is curative and therefore results in the elimination of symptoms including pain. In addition, it enhances the body’s immune system response and facilitates natural healing.

The therapy is non-toxic, non-invasive, completely safe, and has no adverse side effects.


A combination of Traditional Acupuncture Points in the body combined with hand and ear Korean and Chinese acupuncture points enable for an innovative approach to laser treatment. Both the BioFlex Laser and Weber Laser systems are used at our clinic.

BioFlex Laser

BioFlex Laser Therapy System’s patented technology offers clinicians the highest clinical success rates with predictable, reliable and reproducible results.

BioFlex is the most advanced laser therapy system available and is designed as a non-invasive, non-toxic therapy for a wide variety of medical conditions, including soft tissue injuries, arthritis, wound healing, repetitive motion and sports injuries.

The Weber Laser

The Weber Laser is based on a multi-channel system of 8 separate semiconductor laser diodes with emission wavelengths of 685 and 785nm through flexible optical light fibers which conduct the laser light without any loss at the end of the laser.

This allows for a painless method of simultaneous stimulation of individual and combined points versus the standard “pointer” approach of other laser equipment which can only treat one or two points at a time.