Laser vein irradiation
Laser vein irradiation (NLBI) – physiotherapeutic procedure, which has a pronounced therapeutic effect. When the laser beams affect the patient’s blood, the mechanisms of the immune system are activated.
NLBI has a number of advantages that allow it to be considered an advanced method of physiotherapy:
- Non-invasiveness – the procedure is performed without violating the integrity of the skin;
- absolute painlessness;
- Safety for people of all ages.
SUPERVENOUS LASER IRRADIATION OF THE BLOOD: INDICATIONS
The procedure is indicated for:
- diseases of the circulatory organs;
- thyroid disorders;
- Chronic bronchitis;
- Gastrointestinal diseases;
- bronchial asthma;
- Herpetic infections.
The effect of undergoing the FLBI procedure allows improving both the structure and properties of the blood. Microcirculatory processes are changed, metabolic processes in tissues are normalized, the number of lymphocytes increases. At the same time the body’s protective resources increase, lipid metabolism is optimized, and the risk of blood clots is reduced.
The procedure has an anti-edematous effect and helps to relieve pain of different origin. The activity of pathogenic bacteria is suppressed.
SUPERVENOUS LASER IRRADIATION OF THE BLOOD: CONTRAINDICATIONS
NLBI is not recommended for patients with blood clotting disorders. Do not proceed to the procedure if the patient has had a hemorrhagic stroke. Also to the contraindications doctors include sepsis and terminal states, low blood pressure.
Patients of speleotherapy can undergo a course of procedures, if there are no contraindications, and thereby make a significant contribution both to getting rid of ailments and to the overall strengthening of the body.