Hilde-Ulrichs-Stiftung für Parkinsonforschung
The PDCare Laser by SYMBYX was featured on Hilde-Ulrichs-Stiftung's website as a light therapy for the reduction of Parkinson's Symptoms. Hilde-Ulrichs-Stiftung is one of the largest German PD foundations promoting awareness and new research projects.
Can light help treat Parkinson’s symptoms?
Professor David Dexter, Associate Director of Research at Parkinson's UK discusses light therapy research, referencing trials using SYMBYX devices, and the potential of light therapy as a complementary Parkinson's therapy.
Light therapies are being used to bring better quality of life for sufferers of this rapidly increasing neurological disorder.
Groundbreaking laser treatment offered to Parkinson's patients in Ireland
The Australian Financial Review
Another local company on the rise is medical laser specialist Symbyx, which is developing light therapies to reduce the debilitating symptoms of Parkinson’s disease and other chronic conditions.
There is fresh hope for people living with inflammatory bowel disease. The World’s first trial at Brisbane’s Mater hospital is using light therapy to treat young people with the debilitating and painful condition and the prognosis is looking good.
Queensland researchers are trialling lasers as a non-invasive treatment for pain suffered by young people diagnosed with inflammatory bowel disease.
The House Of Wellness
Trials of a revolutionary new LED laser light therapy designed to treat Parkinson’s Disease are underway with some astounding results.
'Miracle' Parkinson's treatment to be trialled in Australia.
2GB Radio Interview
A new potential treatment for Parkinson's was showing some very promising results...
Aussie Medtech takes on Big Pharma with a Treatment for Parkinsons
Australian medical technology company SYMBYX has completed its first human trial of the use of laser light therapy to reduce the symptoms of Parkinson’s by targeting the gut-brain axis.
9 News highlights how patients with Parkinson’s
are able to treat it at home using the SYMBYX PDCare Laser.
LASER MEDICINE: An exciting potential breakthrough for people living with Parkinson’s
Mosman man on a mission to take non-invasive laser therapy mainstream.
Gut feeling the wait for relief may be over. Parkinson’s disease may have met its match and from an unlikely source.
Surfers Health displays how Parkinson’s treatment is changing from physical therapy and medicine to light therapy through clinical trials.
The Weekend Australian
Parkinson's: Let there be light. Margaret Jarrett was diagnosed with Parkinson's disease 8 years ago ...
ResMed founder takes punt on Parkinson’s: sleep apnoea pioneer backs new laser technology