Collection: Brain Photobiomodulation (tPBM) Devices

 What is Photobiomodulation?  ( )

The brain is the most important and complex human organ. Within every brain cell are mitochondria, which are best understood as energy-producing “powerhouses” or “batteries”. Through biochemical reactions, the mitochondria create fuel for brain cells.

Your brain’s mitochondrial performance can be improved by absorbing light energy (photons) of specific wavelengths. This process is called photobiomodulation (PBM). Scientific research shows our brain’s mitochondria respond positively to light energy within the NIR wavelength range.

When NIR energy from, for example, a Vielight Neuro, is delivered to neuronal mitochondria, it is absorbed by a light-sensitive enzyme called cytochrome c oxidase. This enzyme uses NIR energy to start a series of biochemical reactions that are both beneficial and energizing to the neurons and other brain cells.

Brain photobiomodulation heals damaged brain cells, improves cerebral blood circulation, reduces inflammation and toxicity, and regenerates damaged brain cells. In a nutshell, NIR light energy to the brain enhances efficiency and performance due to better signaling and repaired connectivity between the neurons.

The NIR spectrum of light energy provides the deepest penetration into brain tissues which also results in benefits. We have chosen the NIR wavelength of 810 nm based on the NIR window. To determine the optimal parameters for PBM, research that uses Vielight technology often employ brain imaging and brain signaling techniques.

Video on Dr. Linda Chao – Photobiomodulation and Dementia ( )