Clinical research is ongoing and several studies have been published on light therapy for various conditions.
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PBM has shown promise in improving cognitive function and reducing symptoms in individuals with Alzheimer's disease.
Research suggests that PBM may be able to improve motor function, balance and cognition in individuals with Parkinson's disease.
Traumatic Brain Injury
PBM has been studied for TBI, with evidence suggesting it may help promote changes in brain volumes, and functional connectivity.
Studies suggest that photobiomodulation may help improve symptoms in individuals with long COVID, including fatigue and brain fog.
Studies have explored the use of PBM as a non-invasive treatment for ADHD, with promising results in improving attention and focus.
Research suggests that PBM may help reduce irritability and other associated symptoms and behaviors in individuals with autism.
Studies suggest that PBM may be a promising treatment for depression, with potential to improve mood and reduce symptoms.
Research on photobiomodulation for anxiety has shown promise in reducing symptoms and improving quality of life.
Evidence suggests that PBM for PTSD may help reduce symptoms like avoidance and numbing symptoms and improve cognition.
PBM has potential for promoting wellness by improving sleep, reducing inflammation, and enhancing cellular function.
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Neuronic devices are not medical devices under any jurisdiction and are not intended to diagnose, treat, cure or prevent any disease.
Neuronic Research Efforts
|Target Condition||Institution||Research Type||Progress Stage||Release Date|
|Delirium||Mater Research, MML, Queensland||Case Series - Pilot Study||Initial Stages||Q4 - 2023|
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West Virginia University
University at Buffalo
|Pilot Study||Completed||Q2 - 2023|
|PBM and EEG||Santa Clara University||Research Project||In Progress|
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