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Low-level light therapy still looking for — and finding — clinical inroads

from Photonics.com

The field of low-level light therapy emerged soon after the invention of the ruby and helium-neon lasers in the early 1960s. Since then, the technique has progressed, proving effective for a number of therapeutic areas, including reducing inflammation, promoting wound healing, reducing pain and for improving skin conditions and local circulation. However, despite decades of supporting research and a large body of evidence, the scientific community is still reluctant to implement LLLTs for clinical use. more


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