Traumatic Brain Injury

What Can A Chronic Stroke Patients Study Reveal?

What can a research study reveal and where can it lead? These are the main questions that we are discussing in this blog post. Hence, focusing on the subject of what a chronic stroke patients study can tell, we take a dive into a researcher's world of science, analysis and discovery. Last month we published [...]

What Can A Chronic Stroke Patients Study Reveal?2019-08-15T15:03:19-04:00

Default Mode Network Photobiomodulation

To discuss photobiomodulation and the brain’s default mode network we reached out to Prof. Margaret Naeser, at the VA Boston Healthcare System. She is Research Professor of Neurology, Boston University School of Medicine. She kindly provided us with some in-depth, detailed information. We asked her to answer a few questions related to her research in [...]

Default Mode Network Photobiomodulation2019-08-13T11:04:02-04:00

Light therapy treatment – research journey

Light therapy treatments, or photobiomodulation (PBM), has been a subject of heated debates and numerous attacks. Many skeptics and people distant from the science are questioning the benefits of photobiomodulation. Some of them out right rejecting the existence of the therapeutic benefits. Thus, using red and near infrared light (NIR) for therapeutic effects has become [...]

Light therapy treatment – research journey2019-07-18T16:03:57-04:00

Transcranial PBM for Traumatic Brain Injuries: New Studies

Improvement in Brain Injury Cases Employing Transcranial PBM Research suggests that transcranial Photobiomodulation (tPBM) could be helpful with long-term symptoms from repeated head injuries in professional contact sports. Two cases reported by Dr. Margaret Naeser, Boston University Medical School, conducted at the Boston VA Medical Center, support this. The subjects were retired professional football players suspected [...]

Transcranial PBM for Traumatic Brain Injuries: New Studies2019-07-02T14:12:25-04:00