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Fluorescence Biomodulation: From Theory to Practice

Presented by: Dr. Oscar Fantini, DVM

R.A.C.E – Approved #20-797839 2.0 CE Lecture

Program Description:

Provides a brief history of the use of light for therapeutic purposes; review the science behind fluorescence biomodulation and present examples of applications where this innovative technology is being successfully used in human medicine.

Program Agenda:

  1.   Introduction
    • Phototherapy: From Ancient Egypt to the New Millennium
  2.   Light
    • Physical mechanism
    • Tissue interaction
  3. Photobiomodulation
    • Definition
    • The beginning
    • Mode of Action
  4.  Fluorescence Biomodulation
    • Definition
    • Occurrences in Nature
    • Mode of Action
    • Introduction to the Phovia™ System to deliver Fluorescence Biomodulation in Veterinary Medicine
    • Current Programs in Human Health
    • Difference between fluorescence biomodulation and other light emitting devices
    • How the photoconverter gel works and its importance
    • Angiogenesis
    • Cytokine production
  5. Conclusion

Learning Objectives:

Familiarize the audience with the mode of action of light therapy, its incorporation to a bacterial pyoderma protocol, and the differences between light therapies.

“This program has been approved for 2.0 hours of continuing education credit in jurisdictions that recognize RACE approval.“

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