Photodynamic Therapy (PDT) is a German Technology that is based on the usage of soft lasers whereby the lasers stimulate our cells to initiate numerous regenerative processes in our body. PDT applies red, green, blue, yellow, infrared and ultraviolet (UV) lasers, each colour having their specific functions in developing effects that stimulate cellular components that contribute to healthy cells and eliminates unhealthy ones.
Functions of The Laser Colours
Stimulate one's immune system to improve the formation of erythrocytes and overall blood circulation.
Promotes free hemoglobin binding towards red blood cells further improving oxygen uptake in the body.
Increase nitric oxide in the body and opens up microcirculation throughout. It is especially good for those suffering from cardiovascular diseases.
Results in more serotonin content in blood which has antidepressant and detoxification effects. An increased melatonin content also help improve your quality of sleep.
Can relieve and improve muscle spasm, pain management, and help with bone inflammation.
Kills bacteria and viruses in the blood. effective in treating chronic infections, Hepatitis B & C, Lyme disease and etc.
PDT can also be used to treat
Frequently Asked Question
In general, a test is recommended to be done every 3 years. However, the frequency of testing would depend on the results of the first Pap smear test.
It can take approximately 3 weeks for the test results
During the Pap smear test, a small brush is used to gently remove cells and mucus from the surface of the cervix and the area around it. The cells and mucus will then be sent to the lab for further analysis.