Abstracts and Studies for BioPhotonics
Below you will find a list of abstracts and studies discussing low level light therapy or light emitting diode (LED) light therapy. These abstracts and studies cover areas of acne and pain management with emphasis on the effects of LED light therapy for these conditions. Please take the time to review these materials and see the science behind LED light therapy.
Aches & Pains
- The Nuts and Bolts of Low-Level Light Therapy Therapy
- Effect of light emitting diodes in the photodynamic therapy of rheumatoid arthritis
- Improvement of pain and disability in elderly patients with degenerative osteoarthritis of the knee treated with narrow-band light therapy
- Enhancement of the blood growth promoting activity after exposure of volunteers to visible and infrared polarized light. Part I: stimulation of human keratinocyte proliferation in vitro
- Infrared LED irradiation applied during high‐intensity treadmill training improves maximal exercise tolerance in postmenopausal women: a 6‐month longitudinal study.
- Effect of cluster multi-diode light emitting diode therapy (LEDT) on exercise-induced skeletal muscle fatigue and skeletal muscle recovery in humans.
- Effect of light-emitting diodes therapy (LEDT) on knee extensor muscle fatigue.
- Self-diagnosis of Mild-to-Moderate Acne for Self Treatment with Blue Light Therapy
- Clinical Efficacy of Self-applied Blue Light Therapy for Mild-to-Moderate Facial Acne
- Combination blue (415 nm) and red (633 nm) LED phototherapy in the treatment of mild to severe acne vulgaris
- Light-emitting diode 415 nm in the treatment of inflammatory acne: an open-label, multicentric, pilot investigation
- An open study to determine the efficacy of blue light in the treatment of mild to moderate acne
- An assessment of the efficacy of blue light phototherapy in the treatment of acne vulgaris
- Phototherapy with blue (415 nm) and red (660 nm) light in the treatment of acne vulgaris
- A new targeted blue light phototherapy for the treatment of acne
- A prospective, randomized, open and comparative study to evaluate the safety and efficacy of blue light treatment versus a topical benzoyl peroxide 5% formulation in patients with acne grade II and III