The Cold Laser Therapy

As I read the description, in the actual device, the cold laser passes through the skin to heal the injured area, so it sounds to me like this heals beyond the skin.


So, per usual, DW is taking the ESSENCE and concept and applying it in ways that supercede the limitations of the physical process.

If he can imprint and change DNA… bypassing the limitations of “skin” is a minor thing…


Yes it is a deep healing therapy but for instance if the skin has damages like it is scarred but its the result of damaged tissue it can regenerate as well so eventually skin can improves

But this helps more injures in the muscles or joints but if the injury happened due to a damaged nerve it can also help


I have one of those “last hidden corners.” Thanks for tip.

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Thanks @Captain_Nemo going to use this on my busted ankle :slight_smile:


What’s cold laser therapy?

Cold laser therapy is low-intensity laser therapy that stimulates healing while using low levels of light.

The technique is called “cold” laser therapy because the low levels of light aren’t enough to heat your body’s tissue. The level of light is low when compared to other forms of laser therapy, such as those used to destroy tumors and coagulate tissue.

Surgical and aesthetic lasers heat the tissue being treated. True to its name, cold laser therapy does not.

Cold laser therapy is also known as:

low-level laser therapy (LLLT)
low-power laser therapy (LPLT)
soft laser biostimulation

How does cold laser therapy work?

During this procedure, different wavelengths and outputs of low-level light are applied directly to a targeted area. The body tissue then absorbs the light. The red and near-infrared light cause a reaction, and the damaged cells respond with a physiological reaction that promotes regeneration.

Superficial tissue is commonly treated with wavelengths between 600 and 700 nanometers (nm). For deeper penetration, wavelengths between 780 and 950 nm are used.

Although you’ll feel the laser device touching your skin, the procedure is painless and noninvasive. There will be no sound and you’ll feel no vibration or heat. Each treatment typically takes only a few minutes.

What’s cold laser therapy used for?

Doctors, dentists, physical therapists, and other medical professionals use cold laser therapy in a variety of ways. The main uses for cold laser therapy are tissue repair and relief from pain and inflammation.

Minor injuries and sprains
Sports medicine and physical therapy practices often use cold laser therapy in the treatment of minor injuries and sprains, such as:

ligament sprains
muscle strains
tennis elbow
neck pain
lower back pain
knee pain
pain associated with muscle spasms
It’s also used to help reduce swelling and promote healing of the joints and soft tissue.

Dentists use cold lasers to treat inflamed tissues in the mouth and to heal ulcerations. Doctors use it to treat inflammation caused by rheumatoid arthritis (RA) and other chronic autoimmune diseases.

Aches and pains
Pain clinics use cold laser therapy to help people with acute or chronic pain from conditions such as fibromyalgia and carpal tunnel syndrome.

Skin rejuvenation
Cold laser therapy is used to encourage skin rejuvenation. Dermatologists use it to treat various skin problems, including:

acne and acne scars
edema, or swelling of the skin
dermatitis and rashes
Wound healing
Cold laser therapy is also used to treat difficult-to-heal wounds, including wounds related to diabetes.

Acupuncturists use cold laser therapy for clients who are uncomfortable with needles. The low-level laser beams can stimulate your acupoints the same way needles do, but without piercing your skin.

Future uses
The potential for new applications for cold laser therapy is virtually limitless. Researchers are studying its use in hopes that it can help treat a variety of ailments and conditions, including:

traumatic brain injury (TBI)
spinal cord injury
Alzheimer’s disease
Parkinson’s disease


This is one of the few things that scientifically proven works for baldness . I dont think this targets the scalp though🤔


Tell it to…or do some actual micro needling of the scalp.


Great idea ! I’m not in such need atm but I might try it in the future .


My mom likely has hernia in her back (disc herniation), I wonder if this would help her?
I hope so :sweat_smile:


It shoul help. I would add Abdominal wall restoration and maybe Spinal Tapper. Antioxidants to brain and spine would help too, I guess.


Ooooh I didn’t think of that!

She’s been listening mainly to plasma, Cosmo volt, muscle massage, stem cells and collagen (and grounding) for 2-3 days and looping overnight, but every day has been worse, no improvement so far :pensive:
I’ll add this and report back


I think some automated workouts should help, especially Core Strengthening and Gluteal muscles workout. Exercising is the key to any problem with spine, IMHO.


So grateful for this, Captain! :pray: :pray: :pray: Instant buy!

It could not have come at a better time. Took a tumble at work and did my ankle in.

Splint and crutches for 2 weeks at least. Have had a lot of help from looping Advanced healing during the night and a lovely stack during the day but this looks like the final step into healing this ankle properly.

Not to mention an investment for the future. Got 2 boys, a DIY minded hubby and a cat so this field is going straight into the emergency kit! :blush:


Wow thanks Captain.
I’ll buy it and try on my recurrent ear eczema.


Awesome. Thanks, Captain! I read this can help with my dad’s peripheral neuropathy.


@SC448 did u see this?


Yes, I let him know.


I bought “The Cold Laser Therapy” field yesterday.
It is similar, not identical to a device I already own that I like, that helps.

The trouble with the device I use is:
*The amount of area I have to treat is so large, compared to the window that the light comes thru, that 1 session takes me a MINIMUM of 1 1/2 hrs.
*The device itself get hot even though it has a fan, so I need to shut it off for about 5 min. every 20 min. So this hot device is against my skin pushed in a bit. Well I tend to easily over-heat, sweat, turned red, and I do using this. Because of that I hate using it during the late Spring/Summer/Early Fall.
*Most of the area are somewhat difficult to get to. The areas on the spine and SI joint ,that I treat work best when the spine is elongated. Thank God I live alone, so no one has to see me contorting myself. I have to hold it in place on each area, then slowly move it.

This is the device I own, it cost $300 U.S. :

So I happily purchased this field (Under $40 with sale) and started experimenting with it. It is a SMART FIELD, easy to put in your request. U probably don’t even have to put in a request because it almost immediately went to work on me. Again the amount of areas are extensive on/in my body.

Thank you Dream and team for creating this, and for such an affordable price!


If you don’t mind my asking, would you feel comfortable sharing (in very general terms–like “deep joint issues” or “internal organ issues,” etc.) what you’re using your Sapien field on?