What Seemed Like Light Years Away Is Now Here.

January 31, 2019

 

Wow, January is not even over and my 2019 goal to make one major equipment investment into my business is checked off! I was trying to decide between purchasing an Infrared sauna or a Blue-Violet (BV) Induction laser. I went with the laser because many people I see have skin concerns and although both the infrared sauna and the laser would be beneficial for that, there are Wellness Centers with infrared saunas but the induction laser is harder to find access to.  The induction laser can change emotional, mental, and even biological aspects of imbalances in the body.

 

My approach to skin issues is to address this concern both internally and externally. Internally we're working on digestion, and externally we're working on regenerating cells and I am super excited to be able to help them with this using the new laser. Many ask me how low level laser works, this is an easy read that describes it well. For a much more detailed version, I often refer to PubMed articles for research. These are peer-reviewed scholarly journals. Here's a PubMed abstract on how laser therapy can help you. 

 

There are different colors of light delivering different wavelengths that have different benefits. The Violet wavelength of 405 to 460 has been receiving a renewed interest and excitement among those who understand it’s unique characteristics. It is known to induce action in the full group of "cytochrome oxidase enzymes." These enzymes are formed in the mitochondria (structures inside of the cells) and generate the ATP (adenosine triphosphate), which is the basic fuel for the cells to regenerate themselves. This is the key to renewing the vitality of skin.

 

The BV Induction laser would be used for the following: 

  • Skin wounds and  burns

  • Acne, cellulitis, scars, and wrinkles

  • Rosacea

  • Kaposi- type symptoms

  • Athlete’s foot

  • Dermal inflammation

  • Alopecia

  • Eczema, psoriasis

  • Tenea versicolor

  • Rashes and skin infections

  • Vitiligo

  • Sores and wounds in mucous membranes

  • Herpes simplex

  • Herpes zoster (shingles)

  • Gingivitis

  • Sutures

The laser also supports treatment of surface/ bacterial-based infections such as:

  • MERSA

  • CRE

  • Methicillin-resistant staph aureas*

  • Carbapenem-resistant enterobac*.

  • Systemic infections*

*May require Blood Cleanse protocols (405/532/632) including Imun8, CryptoCare, CNF, Lymph Care I or II; or Emotional Balancing.

 

Bonus, not only did I get the BV laser, but I'll be adding the red laser as well! This penetrates deeper into the body where it is absorbed by the cells. Red laser is most known for helping with inflammatory conditions. 

 

Red laser would be used for the following: joint stiffness, reduces inflammation and muscle spasms, improves blood flow, pain relief aid, improves elasticity of collagen fibers, acne, weight loss, frozen shoulder, as well as many other conditions. 

 

Do you want to know more about how red laser can help your pain? Read this PubMed article on the effectiveness of laser therapy used for pain. 

 

Do you want to see this work for you? Contact me to schedule your appointment. 

"Like" me on facebook or Follow me on Instagram and when you mention that you can get a free laser treatment with a scan. 

 

 

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