How does Laser Vision Protection™ work?
Laser Retinal Activation™
Laser Vision Protection™ What it does.
Retinal Protective Therapy™ How it’s done.
Laser Retinal Activation™ How it works.
Understanding Laser Retinal Activation™ involves 5 key concepts: Acute Inflammation; Heat Shock Proteins; Chronic Progressive Disease; Chronic Inflammation; and Immunomodulation.
Acute inflammation is the process by which our body heals, repairs, and regenerates itself. In our usual experience, acute inflammation develops in response to an injury, like trauma or an infection. Because of the redness, pain, and swelling often associated with acute inflammation, we think of it as a bad thing, and we often take medication address it.
Heat Shock Proteins (HSPs) are critical to our survival. They make up a large percentage of the proteins in every cell in our body. They do a great many things. Of particular interest to us is the HSP 70 family. These HSPs protect our cells from damage and death from almost any cause, by repairing intracellular proteins (the machinery of our body), improving cell metabolism, and reducing chronic inflammation.
HSP activation also strengthens immunity. This includes activation of immune cells in the retina and bone marrow. These cells are then sent to the eye to contribute to healing and repair. The ability of eye treatment to affect the whole body in this way, is called “immunomodulation”.
While acute inflammation is temporary, restorative and healing, Chronic Inflammation is progressive and destructive. It is one of the most important features of all chronic progressive diseases. The cure for chronic inflammation is, interestingly, acute inflammation. Usually, acute inflammation occurs as the result of tissue damage from an injury or infection, to repair the damage. Uniquely, Retinal Protective Therapy elicits a reparative acute inflammatory reaction without tissue damage.Thus, the effects of RPT are entirely positive and beneficial, reducing the chronic inflammation that drives the disease process.
Thus, Laser Vision Protection™ via Retinal Protective Therapy™ works like this: Low-intensity / high-density subthreshold diode micropulse laser (SDM) as RPT safely and effectively activates retinal HSPs, normalizing retinal function and health. HSP activation is also the first step in the restorative, reparative, and regenerative acute inflammatory response. Unlike the cuts, bruises, and infections that usually cause acute inflammation, RPT triggers the acute inflammatory response in complete safety and without tissue damage of any kind. Thus, there are no known side-effects or risks of SDM RPT. This allows RPT to be used anywhere in the eye, and as often as necessary to achieve optimal visual results. The RPT triggered acute inflammatory process reduces or eliminates chronic inflammation and it’s destructive, disease-perpetuating effects.
Finally, the acute inflammatory response also stimulates the body’s immune system to repair and protect the retina, and improve vision. In experimental studies, SDM RPT causes stem cells to come to the eye from the bone marrow to aid healing.
RPT is thus safe, and effective. In the simplest terms, RPT “turns back the clock”: slowing, stopping or reversing disease, improving vision and reducing the risk of vision loss. We call the all of the processes triggered by RPT, Laser Retinal Activation™. This is how Laser Vision Protection™ works.
How can one kind of treatment help so many things?
Sounds like a bit much, right? One treatment that can help so many different types of eye diseases? Not really.
Actually, there are many processes in your body that work this way. In fact, many of the most important processes in your body work this way. The most familiar is the blood-clotting system. Our blood-clotting system is designed to keep us alive by stopping bleeding. The cause of the bleeding generally doesn’t matter.
It is the same with Laser Retinal Activation™. The natural processes triggered by Laser Retinal Activation™ are designed to restore health and function, no matter why they have gone wrong. Another everyday example? The “Reset” button on your computer. What problems does it fix? Most. Laser Retinal Activation™.