Receiving a therapeutic dose of laser light is similar to experiencing the healing effects of a tranquil day, infused with gentle, warm sunlight.
Sitting in the sun, one can sometimes feel it’s warm fingers caressing even your bones. I believe this is what it feels like to experience the production of Vitamin D. Laser therapy may contribute to the production of vitamin D in a similar way, strengthening the body right into the bones.
There are many different kinds of Lasers in use today, all possessing different strengths. Because of their very powerful actions we therapeutic effects of laser light see Lasers incorporated in the fields of cosmetics, electronics, jewellery and medical surgery, so too in Complimentary and Primary health care. High and Low frequency therapeutic lasers are mostly used here. The therapeutic application and intensity of high and low frequency lasers differ. In my work I focus on the use of the low frequency therapeutic laser. This kind of laser has a very gentle therapeutic effect and causes no damage to the skin.
Laser Light is created when specific wavelengths of Light are coherently synchronized to produce a focused light beam. These wavelengths include the full spectrum of coloured light, as we need to be exposed to the whole range of coloured -light in order to experience health.
the domino effect
The low frequency laser light also includes the spectrum of ultraviolet and infrared light. These frequencies are very discrete, yet penetrate very deeply into every cell. Dr. Brom once described this penetration as having a domino effect. The light photons are passed on from one to the other. It is as though each photon of light is a little gift and this gift parcel is passed on from one cell to the next.
Laser light has the same wavelength, they are in phase with each other. This is also why one sees only the red colour coming from the laser. I think of laser light as being like a pod of dolphins swimming in phase with each other, all emitting the same joyful frequency into their environment.
Scientists in Russia have been developing therapeutic lasers over the last 20 years and much research has been done to verify its therapeutic effects.
Another name for laser therapy is- Photobiostimulation. ‘Photo’ meaning Light and ‘Bio’ meaning Life. Low frequency therapeutic lasers stimulate and enrich the life processes of the body.
low frequency healing light
Low frequency therapeutic Laser Light is very special. The light photos emitted by laser light waves are united like little soldiers on a mission. Together these little Light Soldiers can accomplish great things.
Waves of Light penetrate deep into the tissues and accelerate cellular reproduction and growth. The Light Soldiers are on a mission, they have a special assignment. They need to deliver nutrients and increase the energy of every cell. They are also assigned to remove waste products from the system.
As a result of exposure to Laser Light the cells of our tendons, ligaments and muscles are also repaired faster. Laser Light has an anti-inflammatory action and generates faster wound healing. Chronic and acute Pain is reduced and the body’s immune response is greatly amplified when these Light Soldiers enter it. Laser Light works for us and resonates with our body’s natural ability to recreate balance.
What can Laser Light treat? Acne, asthma, carpal tunnel syndrome, headaches, bronchitis, tinnitus, otitis, varicose veins and arthritic pain. It may also be used to treat trigger points and acupuncture points, has an anti-inflammatory effect and regulates the immune system. There are no undesirable side-effects and treatments are painless.
Contact Charissa Rousseau, Primary Health Care Practitioner, tel. 0218528751 or 07112528751. Charissa also does massage, naturopathy, wellness and lifestyle education and coaching, dolphin and Nia dance retreats.