SYMBYX leads the way in treating neurological, metabolic and inflammatory conditions with medical-grade (ARTG/CE listed) laser devices, and a wellness transcranial device. In addition to our light therapy devices, we offer unparalleled versatility and customisation to meet each of our client’s unique needs. Our user-first approach, advanced technology and ongoing clinical support enables us to pioneer world-class healthcare products that bring about life-changing outcomes.


How does light therapy work?

How does light therapy work?

Light Therapy Cell Mitochondria
Increase in cellular energy (ATP)
Increase Nitric Oxide (NO)
Decrease in reactive oxygen species (ROS)
Mechanism of Action
Stimulates cellular mitochondria

Light therapy energises cellular mitochondria, boosting the production of ATP for cellular growth, repair, and healthy activities.

Powerful anti-inflammatory

Light therapy activates important cellular signals (cAMP) that regulate healing and activate anti-inflammatory cells and processes.

Powerful antioxidant

Light therapy releases ROS, reducing oxidative stress and enhancing cellular repair abilities.

Improves circulation

Light therapy increases nitric oxide (NO) levels, widening blood vessels and promoting localised blood flow.

Reduces pain

Light therapy reduces pain by modulating pain-afferent fibres and reducing pro-inflammatory mediators in both the peripheral and central nervous system.

With the purchase of your clinician grade laser receive:

Tailored training session with a qualified SYMBYX clinician

Exclusive access to the latest research, protocols, and continued professional development (CPD)

Committed ongoing support and networking opportunities

Personalised protocol guidance for your clients and clinic

Increased referrals from SYMBYX enquiries through our extensive global network

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