LED Clinical Studies
We have found that phototherapy with mixed blue-red light… is an effective means of treating acne vulgaris of mild to moderate severity, with no significa-nt short-term adverse effects
Photodynamictherapy is an option for skin rejuvenation. Clinical improvement with regard to texture, firmness, wrinkle depth, skin coloration, and clearance of actinickeratoses was observed
The treatments combined wavelengths of 633nm and 830nm… Improvements to the skin surface were evaluated at weeks 9 and 12 by profilometry performed on periorbital casts.
This study provides insight into the molecular mechanisms associated with the beneficial effects of red light healing irr-adiation in accelerated wound healing.
Phototherapy using this blue light source was effective and well tolerated in acne patients and had an ability to decrease numbers of P. acnes in vitro.
Thirty-one Taiwanese with symmetrical facial acne were irradiated with blue light on one side of the face selected randomly… Conclusion is blue light irradiation is effective in acne treament.
…laser phototherapy is a highly effective therapeutic armamentarium for tissue repair and pain relief.
LED therapy is known for its healing and antiinflammatory properties and is mostly used in clinical practice as a supplement to other treatments such as nonablative thermal technologies.
The use of LED-LLLT as an adjunct to conventional surgical or nonsurgical indications is an even more exciting prospect. LED-LLLT is here to stay.
For over forty years, low level laser (light) therapy (LLLT) and LED (light emitting diode) therapy (also known as photobiomodulation) has been shown to reduce inflammation and edema, induce analgesia, and promote healing in a range of musculoskeletal pathologies.
The studies as of today suggest that LLLT has a potential to be used in fat and cellulite reduction as well as in improvement of blood lipid profile without any significant side effects. One of the main proposed mechanism of actions is based upon production of transient pores in adipocytes, allowing lipids to leak out. Another is through activation of the complement cascade which could cause induction of adipocyte apoptosis and subsequent release of lipids.
After treatment with MIRE [monochromatic infrared photo energy], pain was reduced by 4.8+/-2.4 points, a 67% reduction. Therefore, MIRE appears to be associated with significant clinical improvement in foot sensation and, simultaneously, a reduction in neuropathic pain in a large cohort of primarily Medicare aged, community-dwelling patients, initially diagnosed with PN.
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