What about the ‘LASER’ in BioLaser for intolerances and sensitivities?
For intolerance and sensitivity resetting to work, we need a way to get through your skin without needles.
(Most BLE practitioners are not acupuncturists.) So let’s review what do you already know:

* Sunlight
Light can penetrate the skin and make you tan (melanin production). It can cause you to
make Vitamin D in your sweat. Yes, you read that correctly. As an aside, to absorb your D
you have to let your sweat dry…since when do we do that? We shower and go on to the
next errand on our list, washing off our D. My advice? Just take your D year round.
You can’t get enough here in Ontario as we are so far from the equator. And sorry, 10:30am for
15 minutes does not make you sweat dependably. Toss that advice out the window as the science doesn’t follow.

* Healing
Chiropractors and physiotherapist are well known to use red laser for wound healing.
That includes strained muscle and tendons. Red laser stimulates blood factors that
speed healing of traumatized tissue. There influence field can be a much as 2-3 cm.

* Conclusion
All this info shows us the scientific validity of using laser stimulation to support the normalization
of body processes, so laser is the perfect scientific option to support our services. When you
add computerized technology to the mix, you get a powerful tool that retrains body processes
toward normal responses, and the body does the job!


For boring science details, continue to read below:
- Laser Facts
Laser is an acronym for Light Amplification by Stimulated Emission of Radiation and is now used as a word in speech.
First Laser developed in 1960, a ruby laser
Light from a Laser is unlike regular light, in that, it is coherent-meaning the photons are well ordered and synchronized, as opposed to incoherent or jumbled.
Laser light is also monochromatic; one pure colour.

- Low Level Lasers
Wavelengths are in the visible and near infrared ranges and considered very safe
They do not have a warming effect
They operate from 1-3 milliwatts
Manufactured using semi-conductors, which are computer-like chips
Visible light is in the range of 630-685 nanometers
Visible light penetration is shallow: 1-3 mm.{Invisible or infrared light range penetrates much deeper; according to research documents: 10-15mm, but clinical results: 8-10 cm}
Excellent results have been achieved by “piggybacking’ the beneficial effects of the visible upon the penetrating ability of the invisible

- Society’s Use of Lasers
Bar code scanners
Laser printers
Compact Disk (CD) Players
Many medical procedures: eye laser surgeries, etc.
- Laser Energy – Accumulative and Cascading Reduces Pain & Inflammation via
Bio-stimulation and photo-stimulation
Endogenous opiate production
Slowing sensory nerve production
Restoring cellular resonant energy
Stimulating the Na/k (sodium/potassium) pump in the cell membrane
Inhibiting bradykinin and leukotriene production
Osmosis, a scientific fact taught in all grade and high school science classes, states that no nutrient can transfer across the depolarized membrane of an injured cell.

One of the most important functions of Soft Laser Therapy, is to re-polarize sick and injured cellular membranes. This allows essential nutrients to transfer from the blood into the cell. Research has shown that Soft Laser Therapy can increase cellular ATP (body fuel/energy) by as much as 150%