|Clinical Applications of Photobiomodulation (Low Level Laser) Therapy||immediately after purchase||for 2 years|
Photobiomodulation therapy (PBMT)/ low level laser therapy (LLLT) has been extensively utilized by clinicians since the late 1960's. Currently there are over 400 clinical trials researching the clinical benefits of PBMT. As a result of the unique mechanisms of action, PBMT has the potential to effectively treat a wide range of medical conditions.
Goals & Objectives
- Understanding what human body systems and associated medical conditions can be treated with PBMT.
- Being able to describe the contraindications and precautions associated with PBMT.
- Gaining knowledge with respect to published evidenced based guidelines.
- Being familiar with the current body of research support the clinical use of PBMT.
- PBMT for the musculoskeletal systems
- PBMT for the nervous and lymphatic systems
- PBMT for the integumentary and reproductive systems
- PBMT for the endocrine systems
- Safety Issues / Q&A
|Fundamentals Of Photobiomodulation (Low Level Laser) Therapy||immediately after purchase||for 2 years|
Photobiomodulation therapy (PBMT) has been extensively utilized by clinicians for 50 years.
Goals & Objectives
- Understanding the basic physics of light as utilized in PBMT.
- Understanding the molecular and cellular mechanisms of action and physiological effects of PBMT.
- Understanding the bi-phasic dose response and dosage parameters of PBMT.
- Being able to define and describe laser acupuncture.
- History & Physics of PBMT
- Molecular & Cellular Mechanisms of Action
- Physiological, Direct & Indirect Effects of PBMT
- Bi-phasic Dose Response
- Laser Acupuncture / Q&A
David received an Honours Bachelor of Science Degree in Molecular Biology and Molecular Genetics from the University of Toronto, CANADA. He then completed his Doctor of Chiropractic at the Canadian Memorial Chiropractic College in Toronto, Ontario in 1992 and Diploma in Acupuncture and TCM from the Institute of TCM (Toronto). He lectured microbiology and physical modalities at the Canadian College of Naturopathic Medicine in Toronto and anatomy, orthopaedics and pathophysiology at several private Massage Therapy Colleges.