Why should I try light therapy or photobiomodulation (PBM)?
*Backed by Science:
30 + years of scientific evidence, 4,000 + peer reviewed and published scientific reports and hundreds of additional clinical trials underpinning the benefits.
*Easy to use and non-invasive:
No surgery. No swallowing or injecting of medicines. Appropriate for home use. Can continue medication (if currently taking)
Some patients may feel mild warmth during treatment but the treatment itself is painless.
No synthetic substances are introduced into your body. Laser therapy is completely natural. As always, please consult with a qualified medical professional before any changes are made to your regular care routine.
Are there any known side effects from using a SYMBYX laser?
There are no known or reported adverse side effects. However, please note that we do not recommend treatment over primary or secondary tumours, on pregnant women, on patients who have experienced strokes or who may be photosensitive (i.e., sensitive to light as with many epilepsy patients), or over tattooed body areas. SYMBYX lasers should also never be used near the eyes, genitals or thyroid area.
What was the summary of the recent research that studied the impact of using the PDCare Laser on people living with Parkinson's?
Research measuring the impact of PBM on reducing Parkinson’s symptoms in a group of Adelaide, Australia-based patients was published in BMC Neurology, a leading UK science journal. The BMC Manuscript concluded that :
"PBM was shown to be a safe and potentially effective treatment for a range of clinical signs and symptoms of PD. Improvements were maintained for as long as treatment continued, for up to one year in a neurodegenerative disease where decline is typically expected. Home treatment of PD by the person themselves or with the help of a carer might be an effective therapy option. The results of this study indicate that a large RCT (Randomised Control Trial) is warranted”.