Laser therapy for traumatic brain injury

Nearly 2% of the US population experiences long-term disability from TBI, whether sustained during an IED blast in Iraq, automobile accident,  field tackle, or domestic dispute. A 2015 study explored the potential of near-infrared (NIR) laser phototherapy to reverse brain damage. With zero side-effects and overwhelmingly promising results doctors ask can light heal the brain?

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