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CryoFacelift and Celluma Package

The second posting on this blog was for our cryofacial service, before we even opened for business. Since then, I have touted cryotherapy to you for muscle soreness, back pain, arthritis, and even weight control, as well as a number of other conditions. This week, I want to take another look at cryotherapy as a Read more…


Photobiomodulation for the Brain

Photobiomodulation is therapeutic for a spectrum of brain conditions. Research shows it is helpful for traumatic brain injury, for Alzheimer’s, for Parkinson’s, and for depression. There is also reason to believe it’s effective for seasonal affective disorder and for ADHD. But “photobiomodulation for the brain” implies something more than therapy. It suggests enhancing higher brain Read more…



Photobiomodulation for ADHD

Photobiomodulation (PBM) for ADHD may not even be a thing. It’s not a subject that has received much study. But ADHD isn’t particularly easy to live with, and there might be enough evidence to justify personal investigation of a promising technology. Let’s see. CHADD — “Children and Adults with Attention-Deficit/Hyperactivity Disorder” — says about 10 million Read more…


Photobiomodulation for Seasonal Affective Disorder

Is photobiomodulation useful for seasonal affective disorder? It’s a timely question. Earlier this week, Druids all over the world celebrated Alban Elued. The link is to a script you can use for your own Druidic ceremony. I don’t know how authentic the script is; it includes both the injunctions “live long and prosper” and “may Read more…


Photobiomodulation for Anxiety

Is photobiomodulation (PBM) useful for managing anxiety? There is surprisingly little clinical research to answer this question. A study from 2009, published in Behavioral and Brain Functions, described substantial success with a form of PBM against major depression and anxiety. Another 2018 review in Journal of Affective Disorders also found PBM to be effective in Read more…


Celluma for Roseacea

Can Celluma help to control the red-faced acne-like condition of roseacea? There are signs in the research literature that it can. Roseacea isn’t life-threatening, but it is a serious condition. It makes people feel embarrassed and self-conscious, undermining their confidence in social situations and often leading to withdrawal and depression. I wish I could tell Read more…


Photobiomodulation for Brain Disorders

I recently did a Google search for “photobiomodulation for brain disorders.” and it only turned up about 60,000 hits. This is a small number of hits for a web search, and it might ordinarily indicate that there isn’t much interest in the topic. On the other hand, the search results had a high density of Read more…


Photobiomodulation for Pain

If you compete in a long-form triathlon (Ironman or 70.3), you may experience the anesthetic property of the finish chute. No matter the discomfort or pain you might endure during the race, it all goes away in your first few steps into the finish chute. You might push yourself through great suffering to get there, Read more…


Photobiomodulation for Weight Loss

A recent Google search on the phrase “photobiomodulation for weight loss” returned 64,000 hits. If it had come back with a million, we could probably say there’s a trend, but 64,000? Heck, I got 34,500 hits on a search for “photobiomodulation for cats.” Nevertheless, if you begin clicking on those hits from the weight loss Read more…