Experience genuine pain relief without side effects through laser light therapy, a natural and non-invasive solution.

Benefits of Light Therapy

Light therapy, whether through lasers or LEDs, is a precise and effective medical and wellness treatment that utilises specific wavelengths to stimulate cell reactions and facilitate healing. By applying low-level light directly to targeted areas, the body’s tissues absorb the light, triggering a physiological response that promotes regeneration. SYMBYX devices have undergone meticulous tuning and clinical testing to ensure optimal dose, wavelength and protocols for therapeutic efficacy. Experience the power of specialised stimulation to enhance the body’s natural healing response.


Light therapy general | Parkinson’s gut-brain protocol

1.Improve Sleep
2.Alleviate chronic pain and inflammation
4.Reduce Peripheral Neuropathy
5.Improve cognition and mental acuity
6.Reinforce Gut-brain connection
7.Improve digestion

Light therapy general | Parkinson’s gut-brain protocol

How does light therapy work?

How does light penetrate activate cells and/or the gut-brain?

Light Therapy Cell Mitochondria
Increase in cellular energy (ATP)
Increase in Nitric Oxide (NO)
Decrease in reactive oxygen species (ROS)
The details - process 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.

SYMBYX light therapy creates a less inflammatory environment by harnessing the power of the gut microbiome. By applying the PDCare laser directly on the bare abdomen, it activates the body’s innate immune response, enhances mitochondrial activity for increased energy in the peripheral and central nervous systems.


Why treat the gut with light therapy?

50% of the body’s dopamine is made in your gut.

85% of the body’s serotonin is made in your gut.

80% of the communication between the gut and the brain originates from the gut.

Emerging evidence shows the importance of gut health for a range of neurological conditions

50% of the body’s dopamine is made in your gut.

85% of the body’s serotonin is made in your gut.

80% of the communication between the gut and the brain originates from the gut.

Emerging evidence shows the importance of gut health for a range of neurological conditions


Brain Health
Peripheral Neuropathy
Brain Health

The SYMBYX Neuro is a transcranial infrared and red light helmet backed by clinical trial data.

Unlike traditional devices, the SYMBYX Neuro helmet specifically targets the upper neck and back of the head (the posterior part of the skull). This area is close to the brain stem and vagus nerve, which assist with your gut-brain connection.

Utilising a combination of red and infrared light wavelengths, the SYMBYX Neuro is pulsed at 40 Hz which is equivalent frequency to gamma brainwaves (facilitates executive planning, processing speed and mood).  

The red light optimises communication between superficial structures and networks, while the infrared light specifically targets deeper structures for comprehensive treatment.

Clinical trial data reports;

  • Improved energy levels
  • Improved mood and general wellness
  • Improved sleep, concentration, cognitive function and balance
  • Reduced brain fog

Fibromyalgia is a chronic pain disorder characterised by widespread body pain, fatigue, sleep disturbances, and cognitive and mood issues. It is caused by abnormal pain processing in the brain and spinal cord, where non-painful sensations are interpreted as painful. This condition, also known as "centralised" pain, affects different areas of the body and can vary from day to day. For example, individuals with Fibromyalgia may experience leg, foot, knee, and hip pain, often described as throbbing, shooting, achy, or burning sensations. They may also feel tightness, tenderness, numbness, tingling, or weakness in muscles, along with reduced mobility or a dull aching sensation. While Fibromyalgia is a chronic condition, flare-ups can occur, resulting in temporary increases in symptoms. During acute flare-ups, infrared laser therapy is a popular treatment option due to its painless nature. Our SYMBYX devices are the only approved lasers for reducing the symptoms of Fibromyalgia.

Still unsure which device is best for you?

Arthritis, characterised by joint inflammation, occurs more frequently with age, but can also significantly impact younger individuals. The condition encompasses various types, including rheumatoid arthritis, psoriatic arthritis, osteoarthritis, juvenile idiopathic arthritis and septic arthritis.  

So how can light therapy help? Light therapy has been extensively studied and proven beneficial for arthritis conditions. By reducing pain and inflammation, it promotes healing and tissue repair. When specific wavelengths of red or infrared light are applied to the body, the cell's mitochondria are stimulated to generate more energy (ATP), facilitating healing, growth and repair. Additionally, light therapy triggers the release of nitric oxide, improving blood flow, as well as cAMP, a potent anti-inflammatory agent, and reactive oxygen species (ROS), which mitigates oxidative stress. These mechanisms enable the natural healing and repair of joints when light therapy is applied.


Which device will work for me?
SYMBYX devices have obtained ARTG and CE listings, ensuring their efficacy in reducing pain, alleviating inflammation and facilitating tissue repair. 

  • DermaCare:  For arthritis of the small joints, such as the hands and feet. 
  • PhysioCare: For arthritis of the larger joints, such as the knee, back or hip, as it can provide a deeper penetration. 
  • DuoCare: For those with arthritis around the body, it can be used on both small and large joints.
    It features four adjustable depth settings, allowing for precise treatment of various body parts, whether it's targeting your hands, back or other specific areas.

Unsure of which device is best for you? Contact our team of clinicians via clinicalsupport@symbyxbiome.com.

Still unsure which device is best for you?
Peripheral Neuropathy

Discover the natural, painless efficacy of the best at-home red light therapy to treat Peripheral Neuropathy. By utilising specific doses and wavelengths of red and infrared laser light, it modulates pain signals, enhances healing and repair through improved blood flow and nitric oxide release, stimulates nerve growth, and provides neuroprotective benefits. Peripheral neuropathy commonly affects hands, feet, sciatic nerve, neck, and shoulder, including conditions like sciatica, carpal tunnel syndrome, and neck radiculopathy.

Learn more (Click to Peripheral Neuropathy).

Which device will work for me?  

A drug-free, effective, painless device for at-home use is immensely beneficial during the extended healing period of nerves.

The SYMBYX Biome DermaCare and DuoCare devices are both medically-approved laser light therapies for home-use. Both can be used to reduce pain and inflammation, as well as improve tissue repair. 

For any queries specific to your condition, please contact our clinical support team.

Contact our clinical support team for more information.


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