Cellular MechanismsResearch studies confirm that PhotoBioModulation (PBM) stimulates damaged and older cells to repair and grow.

Observed improvements include: critical thinking, memory, immune system, wound healing, muscle soreness, good collagen, vasodilation, neuropathic pain, stem cell production, and regeneration.

Wellman Center for Photomedicine

The Wellman Center for Photomedicine at Massachusetts General Hospital is the world’s largest academic research facility dedicated to investigating the effects of light on human biology and to the development of light-mediated, minimally invasive diagnostic and therapeutic technologies.

At Wellman, Michael Hamblin, PhD leads the Hamblin Lab research team in the study of the benefits of photobiomodulation, aka Low-Level Light Therapy.

Hamblin's team have identified the likely Mechanisms of LLLT and determined that Low-Level Light Therapy improves neurological function.

VA Office of Research and Development

The US Dept. of Veterans Affairs is conducting clinical trials to verify the value of photobiomodulation for treating neurological disorders:

Improve Thinking and Memory in Veterans With Gulf War Illnesses

Improve Cognitive & Psychosocial Function in TBI-PTSD Veterans

Improve Cognition and Promote Recovery in TBI (LED-TBI)