Fertility

Unlock the Potential of Laser Therapy for Fertility
Are you a healthcare professional interested in offering state-of-the-art fertility treatments? The journey to parenthood can be challenging, but there’s new hope on the horizon. Discover the groundbreaking research on Laser Therapy and its potential to revolutionize infertility treatment.

What is Laser Therapy?
Low-Level Laser Therapy, also known as PhotoBioModulation (PBM), is a non-invasive, natural treatment method that enhances mitochondrial health. This state-of-the-art technology optimizes the production of Adenosine Triphosphate (ATP) in cells, a crucial energy source.

A Game-Changer for Fertility
Since its discovery in 1967, laser therapy has shown remarkable results across various medical conditions. In recent years, clinics in Denmark and Norway have harnessed the power of laser therapy to increase the chances of pregnancy for women facing fertility challenges.

Impressive Success Rates
By 2016, these clinics had treated 239 women with fertility issues, resulting in 66% of them conceiving. By 2019, an estimated 400 women had been treated, and the success rate remains high at 65%. Many of these women had previously tried various methods, including assisted reproductive technologies (ART), without success.

Who Benefits from Laser Therapy?
Women aged 34 to 50, who had exhausted other fertility options, experienced remarkable results with laser therapy. Younger women, already at the peak of fertility, may not see as significant benefits.

The Science Behind Laser Therapy
Laser therapy addresses the root cause of declining fertility in older women – reduced mitochondrial efficiency. As women age, the mitochondria in their reproductive system become less effective at producing ATP, leading to fertility issues. Laser therapy increases ATP production, providing energy to the oocyte (egg cell) and improving the chances of conception.

Additional Benefits
Laser therapy isn’t just about egg quality; it enhances overall reproductive health. By increasing ATP production, laser therapy also:

  • Boosts blood circulation
  • Reduces edema
  • Regulates inflammation
  • Relieves pain
  • Relaxes muscle tension
  • Softens scar tissue

For Men Too
Laser therapy isn’t limited to women. It has also shown dramatic improvements in men with low sperm counts, increasing sperm counts significantly.

Natural and Non-Invasive
Laser therapy offers a promising, natural, and non-invasive alternative or supplement to other ART methods. It empowers women and couples with renewed hope for building their families.

Pioneering Pathways to Parenthood
For healthcare professionals specializing in fertility treatments, it’s essential to stay at the forefront of innovative approaches. Laser therapy offers a groundbreaking avenue for those grappling with infertility. Seize the opportunity to provide this powerful solution and help turn dreams of parenthood into reality.

GigaLaser
The laser being used by these clinics is the GigaLaser.

With a treatment area of 500cm2, the GigaLaser is one of the largest area lasers in the world.

The GigaLaser delivers a very large dosage of laser light in a short amount of time, and can be used unattended.

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Learn more
To learn more about laser therapy and its application in infertility treatment, read the full research article: Arne Grinsted and Maja Grinsted Hillegass. “PhotoBioModulation for Infertility”. EC Gynaecology 8.9 (2019): 875-879

Additional resources
Article: Arne Grinsted and Maja Grinsted Hillegass. “PhotoBioModulation Promising Supplement in Women’s Health”. EC Gynaecology 9.9 (2020): 67-71

PhotoBioModulation (PBM) & Fertility – by PowerMedic:

PhotoBioModulation (PBM) & Fertility – by PowerMedic:

GigaLaser and Infertility Treatment – Dr. Lorne Brown and Anne Marie Jensen:

Reaching Your Peak Fertile Potential – The Egg Whisperer Show with guest, Dr. Lorne Browne:

Laser for Fertility – Acubalance Wellness Centre Ltd with Dr. Lorne Brown:

Disclaimer: This landing page includes a summary of the research article “PhotoBioModulation for Infertility” by Arne Grinsted and Maja Grinsted Hillegass. Please consult with medical professionals for personalized advice on fertility treatment.