The mechanism of action of infrared laser light has been determined by the work of many scientists throughout the world. There are hundreds of published research articles on the topic (a complete list of articles is available upon request). Most of the research has been conducted in Europe where laser therapy originated.

The effects are photochemical (not thermal). Bundles of light energy (photons) enter the tissue and are absorbed within the cell (in the mitochondria and at the cell membrane). The light energy is converted to chemical energy within the cell. Cell membrane permeability is altered and physiological changes occur through an enzyme cascade.

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