TECHNOLOGY HISTORY

Since the 60s, after the discovery of the emission of coherent light sources, the "MILTA" (laser magneto-infrared) technology, has been used therapeutically in several areas: surgical, medical, dental, and then for the therapy of biologically active zones (acupoints, auriculotherapy, various reflex zones, etc..).

A special place is occupied by the therapy equipment type "MILTA"

the therapeutic effects are provided by the simultaneous action of several biophysical components, namely:

  • emission of infrared monochromatic coherent light pulse and focused
  • non-coherent infrared emission
  • intermittent emission of red light
  • a constant magnetic field in the form of a magnetic tunnel
  • 1913 The doctor Niels Finsens studied property of light on diseases
  • 1903 Niels Finsens has receive the Nobel Prize
  • 1960 Early test light in aerospace research

Russian Aerospace Research and technicians have developed a system of photo therapy to accompany astronauts in their space mission.

Based on the combination of lights of different wavelengths, coherent and non-coherent infrared, red lights and exclusive photon accelerator concept devices Led-Therapie offer a light output without any side effects and an incomparable therapeutic efficacy.

A large number of scientific studies objectively confirm the efficiency of quantum therapy on molecular, cellular and tissue biochemical levels.


Empirical findings of the benefits of light

A century ago, Niels Finsens, Danish doctor was suffering from a degenerative disease that only sunlight relieved. He began to study the effects of light and discovered that the red and infrared part of the spectrum was the most effective in treating certain diseases including smallpox, cutaneous lupus, etc ... His method called phototherapy earned him the Nobel Prize in 1903. The studies in aerospace show that more gravity decreases, the functioning of cells slows, leading to all sorts of trouble and eventually representing a deadly danger.

Seeking an artificial lighting cycle to simulate the circadian cycle, the researchers found that the red and infrared light woke the slowed by weightlessness cellular activity. It stimulates and revitalizes the cells of the body: the brain, muscles, joints, bones, different layers of the skin ... Medical benefits could be significant but at the time, they were limited by the lack of understanding of processes involved


Professor Tina Karu, the biologist who deciphered the enigma of the process

Every animal cell has within its cytoplasm, a small power plant called mitochondria. At this point, glucose meets oxygen to give rise to ATP. The red and infrared light is simply accelerating the manufacture of a stimulating ATP photoreceptor protein present in the mitochondria, known as "cytochrome C oxidase." Each cell produces more ATP and therefore more energy.

Like plants that survive by their ability to capture light, know our cells absorb light and convert it into energy regeneration. This revelation allows a new medicine called "photo-therapy" to emerge, providing complementary solutions and common practices.

See LED Academy

Numerous studies published in major medical journals highlight the analgesic, anti-inflammatory, restructuring, healing and immuno-stimulating photo-therapy.