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Intravenous laser therapy (ILT)

How does ILT work?

Intravenous laser therapyWhen drugs are used to treat diseases, the medicines are absorbed into the bloodstream and target the relevant organs. Laser light acts in a similar way with different light frequencies producing different effects. ILT delivers laser light directly into the bloodstream.

Unlike the hot laser that is used in surgery, the ILT uses a cool soft laser which is non-destructive.

The laser light is absorbed by the blood cells and converted into chemical energy that can then be used by the body to increase energy levels and boost the immune system.

A 17 year old boy I have treated had been suffering from post-viral fatigue for a year and a half. After 5 sessions of ILT, his energy was completely restored, and he was back to playing sports.

Many people are stuck in this cycle of poor health because their body is depleted of energy. ILT can replenish the energy that is needed to rectify the underlying problem and thereby improve health.

What can ILT treat?

ILT has been used for many years in Germany for treating a wide range of conditions. It boosts energy and therefore helps those suffering from a wide range of chronic diseases including:

  • Chronic fatigue
  • Diabetes
  • Liver disease
  • Chronic inflammatory bowel disease
  • Multiple sclerosis

By increasing energy in the body, the following general effects have also been reported:

  • Lowering of high cholesterol
  • Reduction of medication for high blood pressure
  • Significant improvement in general fitness
  • Improvement in sleep
  • Positive effect on general mood

ILT has also been used to increase stamina and endurance in athletes and sports people. Its success was such that it was investigated by the National Anti-Doping Agency. It has however been approved for use by professional athletes.

For more detailed information, technical specifications and trial results see  Weber Medical.