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Laser Light Activates Stem Cells and Regenerates Tissue - Study Confirms

Scientists have used low-power light to trigger stem cells inside the body to regenerate tissue. This research confirms the regenerative properties of low-level laser therapy, and provides support for a host of clinical applications in restorative dentistry and regenerative medicine more broadly, such as wound healing, bone regeneration, and more.

The abilities of low-level lasers to regenerate tissue have been known for some time. About 15 years ago papers were published showing that light can help regenerate damaged neurons. These were followed by a variety of clinical studies. However, these were not acknowledged by the mainstream research community.



This report describes the results of use of the Delta Laser in treating Multiple Sclerosis. The case study participant, a 50 year old female, was diagnosed with Multiple Sclerosis in 1999. She experienced 1-2 attacks per year that led to permanent neurological damage. Starting in September 2010, daily coMra-Therapy treatments resulted in a very significant reduction in a wide variety of different types of pain, and an improvement across a wider variety of symptoms, including greater vitality, increased coordination and balance, mobility and physical function. Her use of medication for symptom management and especially for pain, has substantially reduced. In her own words:

"... whilst all of my MS symptoms have not disappeared and although pain often makes its presence felt in a strong manner, the use of the Delta has allowed these symptoms to be short lived and be managed.

The Delta allows me to continue with a very good quality of life – working, gardening, going for long walks, shopping, cooking, dressing, bathing – activities that many MS sufferers do not have the luxury of doing."


Most people have friends or relatives who suffer from chronic pain. Today, managing chronic pain is a growing problem. Research has indicated that more than 1.5 billion people worldwide suffer from chronic pain, and that chronic pain debilitates up to a quarter of all adults in the United States. (2) In South Africa, where there are far fewer statistics, it is estimated that back pain costs the country R2 billion annually. Back pain is also the leading cause for disability in South Africa for workers between the age of 19 and 45. (1)


Kivonat: "A fényterápia és a perifériás idegrendszer"

Roberta Chow, M.B., B.S.(Hons.), F.R.A.C.G.P., F.A.M.A.C., Ph.D.

“A perifériás idegrendszer megbetegedéseinek esetén a fényterápia lehetőségét, mint elsődlegesen alkalmazott gyógymódét, el kell ismerni. A fájdalom és a gyulladás a legelső megnyilvánulása a PNS funkciójának károsodásának és megbetegedéseinek, mint az osteoarthritis vagy a diabéteszes neuropátia esetében,


Claudi Lemoine, klinikai masszázs, Hermanus.

“Egy 68 éves hölgy csontritkulástól szenvedett a hátában és a jobb csípőjében. Nagyon merev teste és vékony, halk hangja volt, mintha túl félénk lett volna a beszédhez.


What are Low-level lasers and how are they being used to treat medical conditions today?

Today more and more are people choosing to stay away from invasive treatments and long-term dependence on pharmaceutical drugs. One effective healing instrument which is commonly used in hospitals in countries like Russia is low-level lasers. But also throughout the world they have been used for many years in a wide variety of medical disciplines. Physiotherapists and sports teams use them regularly for the repair of


Ben B. from Gordon's Bay, South Africa

The patient is a man in his late 50s whose left foot was run over by a truck in 1969. His foot has given him problems ever since. He had seen a number of different specialists over the years, but the difficulties with his foot persisted. In January 2011 the patient underwent a surgical procedure whereby a flap of muscle from the patient's right thigh had been removed, and then attached it to the top of his foot. However, the procedure was not successful, in that the flap had come away from the foot, and the resulting wound was not being resolved to any appreciable extent.

In the light of the lack of progress, the use of the Delta on the wound


Helen H. from Knysna, South Africa

“The night I had my first nervous breakdown was the start of my erratic health condition. For three months I struggled to keep sane between constant hot and cold flushes; uncontrollable shaking; heart palpitations; intense pain in all limbs; headaches; sinusitis; nausea; stomach cramps; kidney pain and insomnia. I was diagnosed with kidney failure, severe arthritis, brucellosis, low immune, poor nervous system and heart failure. Fearing the worst I visited a cardiologist. Following a series of tests the results concluded I had Fibromyalgia, aka Emotional Stress Overload.

“Fibromyalgia is a chemical imbalance in the brain resulting in


Cheryl Terblanche from South Africa

Cheryl was diagnosed with Multiple Sclerosis in 1999. Since then she has had on average 2 relapses a year, mostly resulting in permanent damage. Cheryl suffered a suspected stroke in 1998, and then in 1999. Cheryl started treatments with coMra-Therapy on 1/9/2010. Her symptoms at the time included: Deaf in left ear; Fatigue; Difficulty walking; Blurred vision; Loss of muscular strength in both hands and arms; Loss of balance; Inability to digest food properly; Inability to swallow correctly (choking); Skin pain (sensitivity to touch/burning); Numbness and pins & needles; MS-Hug (intense pain); Arthritis and limited movement