LASER FREQUENCY THERAPY / LASER FIELD THERAPY
What is laser frequency therapy?
Since therapeutic lasers have been around, they have also been used to transmit resonance frequencies. For many decades, this approach was limited to selective auriculotherapy with a few frequencies (e.g. “Nogier frequencies”). Today, laser frequencies are used universally:
- Laser frequencies are transmitted over large areas and directly on the body (frequency-assisted laser therapy) as well as selectively (frequency-assisted acupuncture and auriculotherapy etc.)
- Frequency-modulated lasers enable the versatile use of old and new frequencies from a wide variety of origins and backgrounds.
Frequency transmission is achieved by pulsing the laser lighte.g. 10 Hz = 10 laser pulses / second.
In order for the skin cells to be able to perceive this pulse at all, it must of course be ensured that the laser light reaches the skin cells with sufficient laser density (basic requirement for laser therapy)
Laser frequency therapy – the original
Therapeutically effective frequencies are known both in science and in complementary medicine. Today, frequency lists with thousands of entries can be found on the Internet.
The COLLL (College for Photomedicine www.colll.org) has been researching the effect of frequencies using laser light as a transmission medium for over 20 years, is a world leader in this field and has published a number of specialist books on the subject.
His laser frequency therapy works with proven universal and specific frequencies. Their effect profiles, origin and background are transparently documented so that every frequency therapist can become independent.
The highly effective laser frequency therapy has been appreciated by users for many years. This treatment method is used with great success in thousands of human and veterinary practices.
- Laser light is the ideal form of resonance mediation.
- Effect profiles of the most important universal, natural and specific resonance frequencies are described in detail.
- General and specific COLLL programs facilitate the therapist’s entry into the fascinating field of frequency therapy.
COLLL offers regular courses and online training on laser frequency therapy.
This is essential
Frequencies do not move in a vacuum. They require a carrier medium – in our case, laser light.
For a frequency to be effective, it must reach the place where it is to generate resonance. This also includes body structures that lie deeper in the body. The basic prerequisite for effective laser therapy is that the laser light is absorbed by the skin cells. The fewer intermediate layers (fat, dirt, hair, fur, etc.) and the more direct contact with the skin, the better.
In veterinary medicine, light loss is avoided with the help of a laser comb. This is the only way to ensure optimum frequency therapy.