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What are Light Therapies

Light Therapies use different forms of light as part of the therapy and a range of conditions have been found to respond to this innovative therapy. At the Ozone Clinic we offer:

– Photo Biomodulation Therapy (PBT)
– Sona Dynamic Therapy
– Photodynamic Therapy (PDT)



What is Photo Biomodulation Therapy?


Photo Biomodulation Therapy (sometimes referred to as Low-Level Laser Therapy or LLLT and Cold Laser Therapy), has been used for almost 50 years with the first evidence of this as a therapy developed by Dr Endre Mester at the Semmelweis Medical University in Hungary in 1967.


Low-level light therapy uses light in the red or near-infrared spectrum to boost the body’s natural healing ability in response to pain, inflammation, recovery of tendinopathies, nerve injuries, osteoarthritis, wound-healing, swelling and muscular spasm. (See more info here).


How does this therapy work?


When Photo Biomodulation Therapy is carried out, the light is absorbed by the damaged cells. This, in turn, triggers a reaction in the mitochondria (the powerhouse of our cells) to produce more energy, stimulating the body’s immune response, and increasing blood supply to the damaged cells, increasing tissue repair, reducing inflammation, swelling and pain.


The light targets the underlying condition or pathology to promote healing, which means the results are effective and long-lasting. Photo Biomodulation Therapy is a non-invasive, fast-acting, safe, effective, and drug-free treatment method. It has a history of more than 50 years of use without incident or side effects. (See more info here)


What is Methylamine Blue Therapy?


Methylamine Blue Therapy is another form of Photo Biomodulation Therapy and many integrative doctors in the US have found this therapy to be effective with chronic illnesses such as Bartonellosis – an illness caused by the bacterium, Bartonella henselae. (See the study here).


Methylamine Blue Therapy has also been found to improve hypotension, hypoxia and hyperdynamic circulation in cirrhosis of the liver, plus it can improve blood pressure and cardiac function in septic shock. (See study here)



What is Sono Dynamic Therapy?


Sono Dynamic Therapy is a safe, non-toxic and non-invasive way of destroying cancer cells and at the same time, enhancing immune protective function. This treatment uses the light of a particular wavelength and the sound of a particular frequency to cause the breakdown of tumour cells. (See more info here)


Sono Dynamic Therapy has been used for years and there are thousands of published articles about its use as a medical treatment. Photo Dynamic Therapy is used for more superficial cancer types such as prostate, breast and skin cancer. But for more advanced cancers, Sono Dynamic Therapy is a well-used treatment and the vast majority of patients with advanced cancer treated with sono-PDT live longer than predicted and in 75{e43154ce913794517af217fcab284b44cfe906ba9a1c4ba2ecde5a9be0395ec5} of cases, there is significant tumour cell destruction.


This treatment is entirely safe and the only side-effects are related to the destruction of the tumour cells that produce an inflammatory response intended at clearing the dead tumour tissue. (See more info here)


What is Photodynamic Therapy?


Photodynamic Therapy or PDT is a new and promising therapeutic approach to the therapy of many different types of cancers using laser therapy. When these lasers are shone on areas of the body where there’s a skin cancer or tumours, the cancer is destroyed in a less invasive way than other methods and the patient feels very little discomfort. (For more info see here and here)

Disclaimer: In Australia, some of the therapies offered at the Ozone Clinic are not officially recognised as a part of mainstream medical practice. These therapies are known as complementary therapies and are considered to be useful as an additional treatment to those offered by your medical practitioner. The Ozone Clinic and its personnel are fully trained in the application of these complementary therapies but they’re not registered medical practitioners and are considered to be complementary therapists.

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