Shedding Light on Photobiomodulation : A Journey Through the History of Red Light Therapy

using red light therapy to relieve shoulder pain

Photobiomodulation (PBM), also known as low-level laser therapy or Red Light Therapy, is a fascinating medical and therapeutic technique that involves the application of low-level lasers or light-emitting diodes (LEDs) to stimulate cellular function and promote healing. While it might sound like a futuristic concept, the roots of photobiomodulation date back several decades. In this […]

The Forgotten Medicine

history of red light therapy

In 1896, Niels Finsen cured Smallpox with Red Light Therapy. He cured Smallpox. Smallpox. A highly-contagious-viral-respiratory-disease with no cure according to the World Health Organization. Niels Finsen clinically proved light therapy could cure Smallpox, Lupus, and by extension, hundreds of other diseases. Diseases of mitochondrial dysfunction. In 1903, Finsen won the Nobel Prize in Medicine: […]

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