Low-level laser treatment of paralysis is shown to be effective in the following cases of a stroke patient, a patient with a paralyzed right arm and hand as well as on a patient with Bell’s Palsy.
Brain Hemorrhage Recovered with Low Level Lasers
49-year-old engineer with brain bleed from the hospital and ICU. Came in limp. No motion.
After Low Level Laser Treatment
With 25 sessions he is now back to work. No physical disability.
Brain Damaged Twice With Gun Shot Wounds, Recovered with Low Level Lasers
Applications are simple – Even a child can do it!
Paralyzed Hand Recovers After Laser Therapy
This video posted on YouTube shows a woman with right arm and hand paralysis after a stroke spontaneously moves her fingers during initial low level laser therapy.
The patient previously could no longer move her right hand after her stroke.
Follow up a few months later with increased hand motions.
Low-Level Laser Treatment on a 15-Year Bell’s Palsy
Bell’s Palsy is a form of facial paralysis involving a disorder of the nerve responsible for control of facial muscles. Our patient has had the condition for 15 years before treatment.
Before Treatment with Low Level Lasers