Diabetes Laser Therapy

Bio Laser Institute offers low-level laser therapy for diabetes

When the blood sugar remains high despite change of life-style, like diet and exercise, oral medications and later insulin injections maybe prescribed. Soon there after the patient can be taking several oral medications and insulin injections and the blood sugar remains uncontrolled.

The beta cells of the pancreas are the source of insulin secretion. In type 2 diabetes, these cells gradually loose the ablility to produce enough insulin to meet the body’s needs.

One of the effects of low level laser is the restoration of cellular integrity of destroyed cells, while dormant non-functioning ones are stimulated back to activity. The laser beams are applied directly to the pancreas supplemented by Chinese acupuncture points for diabetes.

laser on pancreas

We direct the low laser beams direct to the pancreas from the front.

chinese acupressure point stimulation

Chinese acupuncture points are also used during the same session.

Basically a combination of state of the art laser beams are used at the same time with lasers on the acupuncture points.

self therapy using hand held laser

Clinical Trials:

Starting in the year 2007, our initial series of close to 100 patients with uncontrolled diabetes showed clinical improvements within the first 2 to 3 months of therapy with the following:

  1. Loss or improvements of extremity numbness and pains.
  2. Improvement of mental cloudiness, becoming more alert.
  3. Vision gets better, haziness disappears.
  4. Abdominal discomfort, indigestion improves or disappears.

In early 2009 we had a few diabetic patients who had been formerly uncontrolled but were able to discontinue diabetic medications and maintain normal blood sugar levels.

When the diabetes is under control the patient is no longer in danger of complications.

Diabetes, especially when uncontrolled, can lead to circulation problems.