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Light Innovation - Health & beauty with light ...

Light Innovation - Health & beauty with light
Laser and light applications are now available in many medical disciplines for clinical practice. Both in diagnostics and in therapy treatments with laser and light rays open up the new ways and possibilities: Precise surgical techniques and treatments relieve regenerate and even heal the patient with few side effects.
Today, light & laser technology in many fields are often performed as the method of first choice for therapies that are not possible to perform successfully with other classical methods, or only with a much larger effort. High energy lasers are very precise tools for cutting, coagulation and vaporization of biological tissue. Light spectra from low energy lasers and special full spectrum therapy devices working in the visible and near-infrared range are ideal for bio-stimulation and regeneration.
Interestingly, the findings that have been made in medicine with laser & light applications are today widely used by dermatologists, skin specialists, aestheticians and spa specialists successfully in a wide range of applications.
In this lecture you will learn many of these new findings and can use it for yourself and for the benefit of your customers.
We wold love the here you comments about this lecture.
For details about our own Q.Light Phototherapy system please visit the following website:
http://www.qlight-skin-care.webs.com/

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Cidesco conference 2012 - Innovative Laser methods and the power of Light Presentation Transcript

  • 1. Welcome to todays Lecture:Innovative Laser methods and the power of Light
  • 2.  Who is FIBD GmbH ? What is Light? History on medical application of light LASER in Medicine & Skin Care Area of Application LIGHT in Medicine & Skin Care Area of Application
  • 3. W ho isFIBD ?
  • 4. • International Business Development• Product Development, Marketing & International Distribution of mainly Swiss Health Care - and Skin Care Products• Main focus: Skin Care, Health Care & Wellness• Founded in March 2003• Head-Office in Freienbach, Schwyz• www.fibdbusiness.com - www.fibdconnect.com
  • 5. Health Care Modules:WOUND CARE EXCL. iR,WOUND CARE INCL. iR,ACNE CARE, PAIN CARE,SAD
  • 6. Special Diagnostic Filter Module fordetailed evaluation of affected skinarea by florescent effectSpecial PDT Filter Module for theactivation of Phtodynamicmedication
  • 7. Cosmetic Treatment Modules:SKIN CARE, ANTI AGEING CARE,ACNE CARE, CELLULITE CARE,
  • 8. New cutting edge concepts in the field ofbeauty and wellness could be developed.
  • 9. Sun light made life on Earth possible!
  • 10. 620 - 780 nm Red585 - 620 nm Orange575 - 585 nm Yellow500 - 575 nm Green Visible Light400 - 500 nm Blue380 - 400 nm Violet
  • 11. The human bodyabsorbs light through the eyes, the skinand the diet asoscillating energyand supports a widerange of biologicalfunctions
  • 12. Only the close affinityto the light, makes itpossible to us toperceive light.But only though theabsence of light wecan experience anddetect the presenceof light.
  • 13. Only the change oflight and darkness,only the rhythm of dayand night, shows usthe whole spectrum oflife. All life is subjectto the ever-changingrhythm of day andnight.
  • 14. Every cell in our bodyresponds to thesechanges and each cell isultimately nourished bylight energy.Sunlight with anincredibly broadspectrum of waves givesus not only life, but it isalso fundamental inmaintaining good health.
  • 15. ... The first techniques for the medical application oflight and colour was written down by the followingpersonalities: Hippokrates Paracelsus Goethe
  • 16. Finsen Lamp Lamp / Hands & Feet Lamp / Whole body treatment
  • 17. Dr. John Harvey Kellogg Discovery Center –Battle Creek Michigan Main attraction: The light bath called „Sit-Down“ that Kellogg developed in 1891. The system was worldwide popular. Even Thomas Edison had one. Kellogg offered all year round artificial light treatments in his Photo Therapy Collection Sanatorium.
  • 18. 1903 Nobel Prize Winner For the development of a therapy form with light that could successfully treat skin TuberculosisDr. Niels Ryberg Finsen
  • 19. 1896Fist development of a photo therapy system that couldemit light similar to that of the sun.
  • 20. The secret about light „The rest of my life I would like to commit to thinking about what is light." Albert Einstein
  • 21. 1958 was the development the first Lasers withthe Publication, “Infrared and Optical Masers, byArthur L. Schawlow and Charles H. TownesThis scientific Paper in the "Physical Review”, thejournal of the American Physical Society, started anew scientific field and opened the door for aMulti-Billion Dollar Industry.
  • 22. Laser Pioneer Charles Townes won the in 1964 the Nobel Prize in Physics for his ground breaking work in the field of Quantum Electronics, that led to the construction of oscillators and amplifiers based on the Principles of Masers/Lasers Charles H. Townes
  • 23. Laser Pioneer First Ruby Laser 1961 In 1981 Arthur Schawlow won the Nobel Prize for Physics for his contribution in the development of Laser Spectroscopy. Arthur L. Schawlow
  • 24. Laser Pioneer in Medicine Prof. Endre Mester – from Budapest. Worldwide known as the father of Laser Therapy / 1968. He died in 1984.Prof. Dr. Endre Mester
  • 25. Laser Researcher Dr. med. Adam Mester, Professor for Radiology, Semmelweis University Budapest, Son of the founder of Laser Therapy Dr. Adam Mester
  • 26. Researcher on Broad Band Polarized Light The "Mother" of Broad Band Polarized Light Therapy. Developed in 1981 in the Semmelweis University in Hungary. The first device developed was called "Evolight“ and Dr. Marta Fenyö was patented world wide.
  • 27. Polarium – Multi Stimulation Room
  • 28. Biophotonics Research „How do cells, in a living organism, communicate with each other?" He could prove in various experiments that an ultra week radiation of light is responsible for growth and development of all living organisms. He also could show that photons / light radiation – can support and Prof Fritz Albert Popp interact with the communication the various organisms .
  • 29. Biophotonics Marco Bischof became very well known due to bis book: "Biophotonen - das Licht in unseren Zellen" (Zweitausendeins, Frankfurt 1995), das als "heimlicher Bestseller" in 11. Marco Bischof The book has been sold over 35000 times.
  • 30. Other Laser- & Light Researcher
  • 31. Stand of Light & LaserResear ch
  • 32. Laser Therapy Research ReferencesLaser therapy research is undertaken worldwide within a widerange of disciplines:• Laser Mechanisms • Immunology• Musculoskeletal Healing • Dental Conditions• Wound Healing • Energetic Conditions• Skin and Scarring• Bone Healing• Smoking Cessation• Chronic Pain• Nerve Regeneration
  • 33. Light Therapy Research ReferencesAlso Light Therapy research is undertaken worldwide within awide range of disciplines:• Biological effects of light • Natural Regeneration• Light Mechanisms • Endocrine Disorders• Wound Healing •Immunology, incl. Photoneuro• Chronic Pain immunology• Skin and Scarring •Cosmetology• SAD/Seasonal Affective • Dental Conditions Disorder • Energetic Conditions• Depressions• Sleep Disorders
  • 34. To show the real potential of Phototherapy it is thebest to show the regenerative potential of visiblepolarized light on damaged skin of Deep seconddegree burn wound:
  • 35. Burn wounds – combination Light therapy &silicon pressure treatment 2 days After After 21 days of 9 month of pressure Result after 9 submission Phototherapy therapy month
  • 36. Deep second degree burn wound 2 days After After 7 days 7 month of Result after 7 month submission of Phototherapy pressure therapy
  • 37. Deep second degree burn wound 3 days After After 12 days of 9 month of Result after 9 month submission Phototherapy pressure therapy
  • 38.  cosmetology dermatology physiotherapy sports medicine rheumatology psychiatry rehabilitation surgery
  • 39.  (Chronic) Wounds  Sleep disorders Burns  Energy Deficiency Pain  Stress Inflammation  Infections Depressions /SAD  Metabolic Problems Skin Diseases  Immune deficiency (Allergies, Acne, Psoriasis etc.)
  • 40. Light waves from the sunLight waves from a bulb,fluorescent tube or LEDLight waves from a LaserLight waves of Polarized LightTherapy Systems
  • 41. Light waves from the sunLight waves from a bulb orfluorescent tubeLight waves from a Laseror LEDLight waves of Q.Light therapySystems / Polarized
  • 42. Polarisation ≥ 98% n olarizatio Plain of P
  • 43. Basic StatementsLight radiation must be absorbed to producea biological response.All biological systems have a uniqueabsorption spectrum which determines whatwavelengths of radiation will be absorbed toproduce a given therapeutic effect.
  • 44. 400 - 780nm :400 - 415: LocalReactive Oxygen Species - 400 - 780nm : MicrocirculationROS Growth Factors & Immunomodulation 780 - 1700nm : Transmission in % Systemic 100 with IR block without IR block Microcirculation 80400 - 500nm : 60Triggers melatoninproducts 40 20 0 385nm 780nm 1700nm400 - 500nm :Antibacterial effect 400 - 585nm : 400 - 780nm : Anti-Inflammatory effect Hormonal Balance
  • 45. Mitochondria are mainly responsible for power supply in cells. Mitochondria (cross-section)From the Each cell disposesBlood of several of these O2 „power-stations"“ DNA Nucleus contains vital bioinformation for ATP intra & extra cellular CO2 ADP communication A MitochondriaBack to EnergyBlood energy reservoir Adenosin- triphosphate (ATP) ATP is a form to keep cellular energy H 2O
  • 46. • immediate structural and functional impact on all circulating blood cells• vital stimulation of growth factors and thus of cell proliferation• improvement of blood micro circulation• increase of oxygene transport and transport functions• modulation of cell activity, especially of leukocytes – regulation of immunity
  • 47. Optimum Support of Proliferation of• skin cells (ceratinocyts)• connective tissue (fibroblats)• vascular cells (endothelial cells)
  • 48. Blood before Blood afterphototheray application phototheray application
  • 49. T he Low-Ener gie Laser LLLT
  • 50. • LASER = Light Amplification by Stimulated Emission of Radiation.• Laser consists of same wavelength, colour, form and direction.
  • 51. High / HLLT Low / LLLT • Biodestructive • Biostimmulation • Surgical Laser • Medical / Cosmetic Laser • Hard Laser • Soft Lasers • Thermal Laser • Sub thermal • Energy - 3’000 - 10’000mW • Energy - 1-500 mW • Therapeutic (cold) Laser produce max. energy of 90 mW oder less • 400-1’000nm
  • 52. The working principal of a laser is called stimulated emission:•Electrons are supplied with energy.•Electrons have the property of being in a low energy level.•They therefore emit energy in form of light.
  • 53. - The emitted Light moves between two mirorrs back and forth and becomes always stronger.- One mirorr is pacially trasparent to light, so that light in form of a beam can be released. A photon hits an excited atom... and the atom emits a new photon that is exactly equal to the first.
  • 54. Monochromatic • 1 colour – 1 Wavelength • For example 633nmCoherence • Light waves of the same length are in phase coherent Light (in phase) Incoherent Light (out of phase)
  • 55. Class l <0.5mW Visible / No Danger InvisibleClass ll <1mW Visible Secure even when light enters for short time the eye.Class llla <5mW Visible / Photochemical InvisibleClass lllb <500mW Visible / Photobioactivation Invisible No Photo Thermal Effect No danger for Skin or Clothing Has potential to damage the eyeClass lV >500mW Visible / Photo Thermal Effect. Dangerous Invisible for Skin, Eyes and Clothing. Must be handled with great care.
  • 56. Excimer Argon HeNe NdYag CO2351nm 488-514nm 633nm 1060nm 10‘600nmClass lV Class lV Class l-lV Class lV Class llb -lV 2000 4000 10‘000 N-Infra M-Infra F-Infra Tuneable Laser Systems GaAlAs Diode 205 nm to 2650 nm. Gallium-Aluminum-Arsenide 600-1000nm Class lllb
  • 57. Normal Pulsed LASER LASERPower density / mW Power density / mW On On On Off Off Time (s) Time (s)
  • 58. Dose calculationExample Wound healing:To achieve a therapeutic result one need based onmany studies min. 12 JoulePower density (mW) x TTime (s) = Energy / Dose (Joule) 1000Dose: Application time:40 mW x 300s = 12 J 12J x 1000 = 300s 1000 40mW
  • 59. Brain Surgery Laser tattoo removalwith Laser
  • 60. Laser Hair Removal
  • 61. Laser Scanner Therapy Laser Therapy LED
  • 62. Pocket Laser Acupuncture Acupuncture Laser Laser with Point-finder
  • 63. Prof. LED System Laser Cluster Laser Station Tuneable Laser
  • 64. LBI – Intravenous Laser Blood Irradiation
  • 65. Yellow LED Skin Red LED Skin Care Red & Blue hand Care Device Device held LED Devices
  • 66. Laser Akupunktur Dermatological LED Akupunktur Gerät LED Gerät Gerät
  • 67. LED cosmetic Phototrejuvenation LED Acne treatmentproduct applicator LED Device
  • 68. Contraindications• Radiation directly in the eye• Direct irradiation of the uterus during pregnancy• Cancer• Patients with fresh Organ transplants
  • 69. Careful with:• Photosensitivity• Epilepsy• After injections of steroids• Anti-inflammatories• Infections• Lymphs
  • 70. Varicose veins treated withlaser therapy
  • 71. Laser Physiotherapy Treatment recommendation • Treat points of pain with laser • Laser Trigger points on cervical spine, shoulder and Muscle • 1-2 treatment per week for 3-6 Weeks Dose • 2 – 4 Joules/cm2 on periosteum • 4 – 8 Joules/cm2 on tense muscles Clinical Effects • inflammation retardingFoe Example: Tennis- and • reduces paingolfer elbow • improvement of mobility
  • 72. Laser application on Trigger Points Treatment recommendations • Laser Trigger Points of the tense shoulder area • Laser Pain Points along the on cervical spine • 1-2 Treatments per week Dose • 2 – 8 Joules/cm2, depending on depth of the trigger point Clinical Effects • suppresses muscle spasms • reduces pain • improvement of mobility Further indications • Treatment of Trigger- and Pain points are normally veryfor example shoulder area when treated with laser.
  • 73. Laser Acupunkture Treatment recommendations • Treatment according to rules of TCM (Traditional Chinese Medicine) • Laser-Photobiomodulation instead to sedate respectively tonify • 1-3 treatments per week Dose • 0,5-2 Joules per Acupuncture point Facial Acupuncture Points Clinical Effects • Painfree Acupunkture • Pediatrics and needle phobias • keine Verletzungsgefahr
  • 74. Stop smoking by earlaser acupuncture.
  • 75. Laser in der Zahnmedizin Treatment recommendation • 1 x weekly for the peroid of 4-6 weeks • 2 Joules/cm2 Clinical Effects • Inflammation retarding • Reduces pain • Wound healing Futher indications • PDT (= Photo Dynamic Therapy)For example Paradentose Methylene blue together with LLLT is highly antibacterial.
  • 76. Photother apyHeliother apyLight T her apy
  • 77. The human eye is able toperceive a light spectrum of 380 nm to 780 nm photons for the brain
  • 78. The human eye forwards lightwaves to the brain,where it is passed on to the pineal gland and thepituitary gland. through the eyes to the brain
  • 79. on:• melatonin and seratonin production• hormonal system• neuro-transmitter neurological activation
  • 80. Existential orientation disorder thoughout the yearin % 50 40 30 20 10 0 Okt Nov Dez Jan Feb Mär Apr Mai Jun Jul Aug Sep 900 duration of daylight in minutes 700 500 Okt Nov Dez Jan Feb Mär Apr Mai Jun Jul Aug Sep source: http://www.davita.de/ healthy light for every season
  • 81.  LIGHT plays a decisive role In CIRCADIAN RHYTHM essential to maintain well-being and health maintains health & wellbeing
  • 82.  activates and reinforces the immune system stimulates and optimizes the metabolism reduces indisposition balances energy deficiencies supports endogenous regeneration anti-inflammatory pain-killing bio-activation
  • 83. All ENERGY our body takes up comesfrom the SUN. (David Bohm & Albert Szent-György, Nobel prize winners)LIGHT & Colours are the ignitionmechanism for all biological functionsof the human body. (Jacob Liberman, medical doctor + light therapist) ignition for biological functions
  • 84. • Most systems use a continuous light beam in the wavelength range between 385 - 3500nm.• This treatment reduces infections and supports natural healing mechanisms.• The systems are easy to handle.• In many cases light therapy also helps where traditional medical methods fail, and in many cases without additional medication.• One session per day, approximately 10 - 20 sessions over 4 weeks is average required. Ø The treatment durations are between 4 ~ 15 minutes per treatment area.
  • 85. 1. Remove make-up, sweat and dirt with cleansing cream. In case of inflammatory skin diseases, cleanse smoothly.2. Rinse cleanly so the Light can thoroughly the skin.
  • 86. 3. Prepare skin or wound for treatment.4. During the radiation, the patient feels in most cases no pain. One can carry goggles but with most light therapy devices it is not necessary.
  • 87. 5. Soothe the skin after therapy with rubber pack, and so on.
  • 88. - Acne- Ekzeme- Allergien
  • 89. Light therapy is a wonderful remedy against acnebut also can be used by skin allergies and for othertypes of skin related irritations. before After Light before After Light Therapy Therapy
  • 90. 400 - 430nm :415nm : Porphoyrin ExcitationPeak Absorption der P. Acne Transmission in % 100 80 400 - 415nm : Reactive Oxygen Species -ROS 60 40 20 0 385nm 500nm400 - 500nm : 400 - 470nm :Antibacterial Effect Inflammation retarding
  • 91. 385 - 500nm P.Acne BacteriumTalg development Dermis Porphyrin Talgdrüsen Epidermis Free Oxygen Radicals
  • 92. 385 - 500nmRegulationof Talg- Dermisproduction Reduction of Inflamation Talgdrüsen Epidermis
  • 93. Normalisation Improvementof Talg- of skin surfaceproduction and Epidermis Dermis Talgdrüsen Epidermis
  • 94. before after
  • 95. Vor Nach
  • 96. before after
  • 97. Pain - General Pain - Rheumatologic PainMade in Switzerland
  • 98. 600 - 1700nm : Microcirkulation Transmission in % 780 - 1700nm : 100 Systemische Microcirkulation 80 60 40 20 0 580nm 1700nm600 - 780nm :Anti-inflammatory Cytokines
  • 99. • Rheumatic problems• Muscel pain• Back pain (every second person suffers back problems)• Pain related with Sport Injuries
  • 100. Light also helps in rehabilitation and can shortenthe treatment significantly
  • 101. Wound Healing- Ulcus Cruris- Decubitus- Diabetic Gangrene- Surgical Wounds- Burns
  • 102. 400 - 780: 400 - 780nm : 600 - 1700nm :Reactive Oxygen Species Wachtumsfaktoren Mikrozirkulation-ROS Transmission in % with IR block without IR block 100 80 60 40 20 0 780nm400 - 500nm : 385nm 400 - 585nm : 1700nmAntibakterieller Effekt Entzündungshemmend
  • 103. Venous Ulcerat begin of After 2 Weeks Result after Light Therapy of Light Therapy 2 Month
  • 104. After Amputation / diabetic Foot After after 1 Month Result after Amputation Light Therapy 6 Weeks
  • 105. Psychological Problems - SAD - Depressions - Jet Lag - Burn out SyndromeMade in Switzerland
  • 106. 400 - 780: 400 - 780nm : 600 - 780nm :Regulation of Neuro - Serotonin stimulationNeurotransmitters Immunomodulation Transmission in % 100 80 60 40 20 0 420nm 780nm400 - 500nm : 400 - 780nm :Promotion of Melatonin Regulation of Hormonal System
  • 107. • SAD• Depressions• Jet Lag• Potency & Fertility Problems• Burn-Out Syndrome
  • 108. Sleeping time Wake up time
  • 109. Jetlag treatment Bright areas in airport lounges
  • 110. Thank you for your attention!