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Podcast Episode #76: Erchonia’s GVL Laser Study Published – Unprecedented Results in Pain Relief and Healing!

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Dr. Chad Woolner: What’s going on everybody? Dr. Chad Woolner here with my good friend Dr. Andrew Wells and on today’s episode of the laser light show we have with us special guests and recent published research authors for a brand new study hot off the press. Super excited to have them with us, Dr. Kirk Gair and Dr. Rob Silverman. Good to have you guys here with us. Let’s get started.




Dr. Andrew Wells

Dr. Chad Woolner

Dr. Kirk Gair

Dr. Rob Silverman


Dr. Chad Woolner: Growing up in Portland, Oregon, I used to love going to laser light shows at the Oregon Museum of Science and Industry. They would put on these amazing light shows with incredible designs synced up to some of my favorite music. From the Beatles to Pink Floyd to Jimmy Hendrix and Metallica; they were awesome. Little did I know then that lasers would have such a profound effect on my life decades later. As a chiropractic physician, I have seen first-hand just how powerful laser therapy is in helping patients struggling with a wide range of health problems. As the leader in laser therapy, Erchonia has pioneered the field in obtaining 20 of the 23 total FDA clearances for therapeutic application of lasers. On this podcast, we’ll explore the science and technology and physiology behind what makes these tools so powerful. Join me as we explore low level laser therapy. I’m Dr. Chad Woolner along with my good friend Dr. Andrew Wells and welcome to The Laser Light Show. 


Discover groundbreaking research on Low-Level Laser Therapy for pain relief and healing! Click now to explore published studies in Laser in Surgery Medicine, Journal of Pain & Relief, and more by experts like Dr. Kirk Gair and Dr. Rob Silverman.


Dr. Chad Woolner: All right, everyone, welcome to the show! Super excited to have you all here with us, and thrilled to welcome back once again, Dr. Kirk Gair and Dr. Rob Silverman. Hello, gentlemen. How are you?


Dr. Rob Silverman: We’re doing great. Fantastic. How about you, Kirk?


Dr. Kirk Gair: I’m doing well. It’s also fantastic. Excited that we got this thing published finally.


Dr. Chad Woolner: Yeah.


Dr. Rob Silverman: You’re the guy who wore a mask with me for four years?


Dr. Kirk Gair: Yes, exactly. We were both in the most locked-out country.


Dr. Andrew Wells: Who got this one? That’s what I want to know.


Dr. Kirk Gair: Oh, yeah. No, I was covered up, and LA County would come in for surprise inspections on people’s offices. A friend of mine got fined, and they were going to shut down for it. It was wild out here. The craziest thing I saw was, in the midst of a water shortage, they would flood baseball fields to prevent kids from playing. You know, because it’s dangerous to get COVID from home plate to center field. So, we had to waste water to keep kids from playing.


Dr. Chad Woolner: My favorite thing recently was a post from a school district here. At the time of recording this, Halloween was yesterday, and the school district was saying we don’t want kids wearing masks because it’s disruptive to the learning environment. Exactly. I saw that, and I was like, are we not like, wow. It was the same with my daughter’s school. No Halloween costumes, no masks, because it’s disruptive. Do we not hear the things that we’re saying?


Dr. Rob Silverman: And the funny thing was, I was referring to the Batman and Robin masks.


Dr. Chad Woolner: Yeah.


Dr. Kirk Gair: Oh, the Batman Robin masks, and we go right into it. I know we’re triggered. We’re triggered into…


Dr. Rob Silverman: Andrew got it. One mask like this, and one mask straight across. Batman and Robin was DC, but we’re Marvel Superheroes. Because, you know, GVL, that outstanding laser. Yeah, let’s get you back to Chad because he’s the great man as a ringleader.


Dr. Chad Woolner: No, I’m super excited. You know, we brought you on, Kirk Gair. You are the reigning champion of the most frequent guest.


Dr. Kirk Gair: Am I? All right, cool.


Dr. Chad Woolner: We had you on, and I think we told you that before. This is solidifying that place. But let’s talk about it. For those listening to this episode, you guys just got done publishing a study that got accepted and is now indexed on PubMed. This is a brand new study for the GDL laser. Let’s talk about that study, what it took to get it published, and all that fun stuff.


Dr. Kirk Gair: You know, it’s pretty amazing the volume of work it takes. I had no idea. Rob had an idea since he’s done these studies before. I had no idea when I signed on about how much work it was. Travis told me there’s gonna be a lot of work. So, you know, I didn’t realize that basically for every single patient we saw, it was literally like a notebook this thick of information that we’re doing for each intake. Just evaluating a patient for the case studies, it’s like an hour of work because it’s extremely detailed. We’re getting details on their past history, what have they done, where are they at right now. And then we’re assessing their range of motion for the neck, for the arms, measuring all this stuff, measuring their pain levels, having them rate it. Then we’re doing the 30-minute treatment, and immediately after, we gotta go back and reassess their range of motion and reassess their pain. And then they’re also self-reporting 24 to 48 hours. So it was a ton of work that was well worth it because I know Rob and I talked about this as well afterwards. The results were just mind-boggling. And granted, I’ve been using Erchonia since 2004, so it’s just been mind-blowing results over these years. But the GVL was a whole other level. So I had one guy who came in, a Division I college football player, stuck with like 110 degrees range of motion for 40 years. I do the 30-minute session, he goes to 170. And then his pain dropped from like a seven down to like a two. And the crazy thing is, he comes back in the next week, and he’s still got that range of motion, which just blew my mind. I had another girl who was a college volleyball player, had to stop playing because of a rotator cuff injury. She had been through PT, she’d been through PRP injections, she’s done everything. And she was now coaching and was unable to coach for spiking and serving. One session, her pain’s gone after six years, and she’s out there coaching, spiking, and serving. Just nuts. So I got concerned and actually contacted Travis Morricone and said, “Travis, these results, I don’t think the FDA is gonna believe it because they’re so far above everything.” And he said, “Don’t worry. Rob and the other doc who was out call me, they’re all getting the same results.” So when we submit it, because I couldn’t see their data, they couldn’t see mine. So we couldn’t collude on anything. It’s all sent to the FDA, and they review it. And it was legit, just these amazing changes that we got. And then to put it through peer review, that’s where people are actually looking at it and saying, “Does the research quality legit? Or doesn’t it look like this is faked?” And no, we got it through, got it published, and Rob said it was like 12% of the submissions.


Dr. Rob Silverman: 12 percent of the submissions got put in. And to add a little color commentary to what Kirk said, number one, it really speaks volumes to it, not because Kirk and I did, and we’ve had this private conversation, it’s our Erchonia and their science to get an FDA clearance is without question the standard bearer. It’s winning the gold medal, and Kirk did a great job explaining what went into getting an FDA clearance. So when people look for a laser, that FDA clearance is without question the standard bearer. Number two, the results. I mean, I had somebody who had sciatica, and in one visit, sciatica went away. So nerve pain really has a residual effect, typically. But when you look at the results and compare it to other FDA cleared lasers, other lasers in Erchonia, which are great, do not throw them out. No one’s asking you to throw them out. Utilize them. But the GVL, for Kirk—and I’m going to speak for him now—is without question the standard bearer. There was an increase, a decrease in the duration of pain, range of motion, the range of motion over a duration of time. So every metric we used when we compare the two, the Erchonia red and violet lasers and the GVL, the GVL won that. When you compare it to an LED, which is more common on the market, there was no comparison. I always said it’s the prom queen versus your—talked about Halloween yesterday, Dia de Bru Ha, the witch. There is no comparison between the two. So when people come up with that, you can’t compare the GVL to any other lasers or to an LED. And I know we don’t want to go down that rabbit hole. You have to compare it to other lasers that have FDA clearance, and virtually there are none out there.


Dr. Chad Woolner: That’s over. For docs wondering what’s so special about the GVL, when you think of lasers, most providers think of the red wavelength because you see red everywhere. Is this a situation where this is important to accompany red with green and violet? Is this a substitute? Like how would you explain this to docs if they’re deciding? Do I use red, green, violet? Like what do you—how do you make that decision?


Dr. Kirk Gair: I think the easiest way for people to understand it because it is tricky for doctors to understand what the difference is. And I think, well, if I just take my infrared laser or my red laser, what if I just dose it for a longer time? It just doesn’t work that way because there are different energies per photon, different electron volts per photon. And so these are just examples. Let’s say someone goes in and lays down in a UV tanning bed, and they go into an infrared sauna. Each wavelength is gonna give you completely different results. UV tanning, you’re gonna have a unique reaction there where you’re going to melt melanin for a suntan. And it’s also going to trigger vitamin D. This is the key thing. When that vitamin D is being triggered to be produced by exposure to UV light, only penetrates a few microns, it triggers a cascade of reactions for production of vitamin D that now affects the bones, some of the deepest tissue, and also affects you systemically for anti-inflammatory effects and supporting the immune system. You put some red influence on it, you get a completely different result. No matter how much you crank up the infrared sauna, you’re not gonna ever create melanin or vitamin D. My new example for this is it’s kind of like going back to Back to the Future. Remember Back to the Future? You had to get the DeLorean up to 88 miles per hour in order to trigger the reaction to go back in time. And if he’s at 87, you don’t trigger that reaction. You could get a thousand DeLoreans going all different speeds that are less than 88 miles per hour, and you never get the right reaction to trigger the jump in time. That’s what you get with green and with violet wavelengths. You have specific speeds or energies that will trigger specific reactions that are going to happen. And Rob will toss it over to you and give you the layup to explain what are some of those unique reactions you get with the violet and with the green.


Dr. Rob Silverman: I really appreciate that because I’m the point guard, I get to finally lob it to you when you’re looking at the idea of electron volts. That’s really what Erchonia lasers are based on—electromagnetic transfer of energy, not heat. Electromagnetic transfer of energy. That energy is based on electron volts. The GVL is the most energetic handheld laser in the world. If you’re looking at a red light or a red wavelength at 635, for argument’s sake, you get about 1.9 electron volts, which is enough to allow the electrons to jump to a higher valence. As you go down the spectrum and get to the green light, you’re about 2.4 electron volts, and with violet, you’re at 3.1. So you’re getting all this energy, imbuing the body, stimulating specific complexes of the mitochondria. Pandora’s box is now open to allow more energy in the body to function because the body is an interconnected system, but it needs energy. You’re taking that laser and providing the energy to stimulate electromagnetic transfer of energy to allow the body to communicate on its own and allow cells to function. It is, for me, really chiropractic because the one thing that all chiropractors have, wherever they are on the spectrum, we all say the body can heal itself; we just gotta get a little hope and a little energy in there. And that energy comes from that GVL.


Dr. Chad Woolner: Yeah, that’s absolutely incredible. And I think that’s one of the things that resonate with me so much is, from a philosophical level, that’s what I have kind of seen and or explained to patients is really, at the end of the day, all that the lasers are doing in the most simplistic manner, in terms of explanation to the patient, is giving the body the resources that it needs to self-heal, self-organize, do what it needs to do. So the body intelligently knows exactly what has to happen. The lasers are just providing a necessary resource, that energy, to allow the body to do what it does. And so in terms of that, we’ve talked about on the research, we saw an improvement in range of motion, we saw a reduction in pain. Maybe talk a little bit about what we understand in terms of some of what we do know the body is doing once it receives that energy. Because I know we know, some—I mean, we don’t necessarily know everything, obviously. But we do know some things in terms of the green and the violet wavelengths. So maybe both you speak to that in terms of what’s actually happening at a photochemical reaction level and beyond.


Dr. Kirk Gair: For sure. So let’s say right now, I’ve got the GVL here on my head. Okay, so we got green and violet lasers. Here’s an important point to think about: every second this laser is on, there are 100 quadrillion photons that come out. So it is a huge amount of energy. We’re not talking about millions, not tens of billions, or trillions, but quadrillions on there. So let’s say that my skull blocks 98% of it, we’re still getting two quadrillion photons per second that are on here. And you’re gonna get specific, as Rob mentioned, with those energies on here—the 3.1 electron volts per photon of the violet, and the 2.4 of the green—you’re getting specific jumps in the electrons that now create different reactions. So we look at say, with the violet, when you get that on there, you’re going to have specific impacts on the immune system, that support for macrophages. That’s why we have those FDA clearances against nail fungus and against bacteria that create acne, because it actually has that support for the immune system. And Rob has a really great explanation of how it impacts different types of pathogens on there. So we look at that with the violet as a big one. And because it’s so energetic, it’s also better at breaking down scar tissue because it is rearranging the electron configurations and creating this whole cascade of reactions. Stanford University says that it takes just one photon to trigger hundreds to 10s of thousands of reactions. So that’s what we’re getting here. That’s why we can do these from a distance. Or we can do these with low doses because you’re creating a whole cascade, like a domino effect of reactions in the body stimulating things like vascular endothelial growth factor. I love using the violet on the brain because you’ve got that antimicrobial action that you look at all these pathogens that quote the vagus nerve and trigger neuroinflammation in the brain. So the violet is unique in helping with that. When we look at some of the recent research on the green, you’re seeing the green is actually showing some superiority in nerve repair over other wavelengths also for bone repair and also for stem cell production, elastin, and cartilage for chondrocytes. That’s like a unique wavelength that really triggers those ones to repair. So that’s why using three wavelengths together, you really get the best of all three of the worlds by using those. And Rob has a great example of the ping pong balls in the stadium. So I’ll toss it over to you so you can go a little deeper on that.


Dr. Rob Silverman: Yeah, the ping pong balls in a stadium. It’s real simple. There’s a—it’s like there are 16,479 mousetraps on a football field. Somebody has too much time in their life. And each electron is a ping pong ball, and Kirk and I are hanging out and arguing, do we want to throw one? Do we want to throw 100? One slips out of our hands, and boom, it hits and cascades because it’s the power of one. You only need enough electron volts to get it going. That’s why the laser does go through shirts. It’s always a question. They have scattered, as Kirk said, however, it may be 80 or 90% scattered. But as long as one gets through, that’s enough to speak to immunity. Because we were really using the GVL during the time of COVID. There’s data that indicates that exposure to low-intensity green light accelerated the antioxidant system and immune system. So that green light condition effectively reduced oxidative stress and promoted immune function. Green light also was great for fibromyalgia because people say, “Why the green? Why do I want the GVL over the other things? Fibromyalgia has now been shown to be an autoimmune condition because of damage to the dorsal root ganglion. So people had significant differences or improvements in pain, sleep, and quality of life. Headaches, believe it or not, no adverse events reported. We’ve all treated headaches as chiropractors; we’ve seen side effects to people with migraines. The green light-emitting diodes resulted in a significant reduction in headaches per day, month, episodic and chronic migraines. All data, all studies. And let’s not forget one thing. And Kirk was great. He said stem cells. Well, how does the epithelial cell in your leaky gut heal? You need stem cells because stem cells start in four to five days. You’re going to ensure this proper turnover and healing rate. And that’s going to lead to epithelial cells. So in my office, in testing gut barrier panels, I found by adding the GVL, my optimization and outcomes have increased exponentially when I’ve utilized the GVL. For those people with tight junctions, leaky gut, and Candida albicans.


Dr. Chad Woolner: Well, and what’s cool about that is, Kirk, you had mentioned, but also that using these wavelengths gives an uptick in the V EGF Bayes factor. So you can almost think of it like, okay, if you’re up ticking V EGF and stem cells, think about it in terms of the construction pathway that’s going to take, you know what I mean. So basically, you’re building highways that are going to then transport the stem cells or the construction crew to the area to start the repair process. And so you’ve got that plus all of the antimicrobial effects plus all of the other repair factors that it’s sending in chondrocytes. If there’s cartilage that needs to be repaired, you talked about the impact on the nerve cells, right? So signals and information that’s being passed through the nerve highways—well, really what a comprehensive tool in terms of being able to address such a wide array. And I think that’s been the thing that was so shocking to both Andrew and myself when we first kind of, years ago, came into this world, we’ll call it, is, you know, I think for many people, practitioners included who have heard of or are familiar with lasers, many, if not most, can attribute or can kind of make the connection between lasers and musculoskeletal issues, right? Lasers, back pain, neck pain, carpal tunnel, etcetera, etcetera, etcetera, things like that, where I think that that was where we were at. But where the real kind of new eye-opening world is, exactly what you were saying, Rob, functional medicine, functional neurology, those other areas that people may not necessarily realize or recognize the utilization of lasers goes way beyond just musculoskeletal. Not to say just musculoskeletal, but you know what I mean?


Dr. Kirk Gair: Yeah, it’s particularly timely right now too because I think you can always tell what’s happening in society when you look at what the pharmaceutical companies are researching. And pharmaceutical companies right now are really big into trying to figure out drugs to support the mitochondria. Because if you look at things like long COVID, a lot of studies are saying long COVID is a disruption of mitochondrial function and autoimmunity. And so many things, as Dr. Rob mentioned, autoimmunity, fibromyalgia, so many things are autoimmune. My good friend, Dr. Denise Karachi, has taken his functional medicine courses over a decade ago. He’s used the example looking at his daughter. And he said, when he looks at his daughter, who was like seven at the time, he doesn’t wonder if she’s gonna get an autoimmune disease. He wonders when and how many, because he said the environment is so different that you just got to expect pretty much everybody, if they live long enough, is going to have some kind of an autoimmune condition or mitochondrial dysfunction, which leads to things like, you know, advanced aging, cancers, just overall feeling like crap. And we’re looking at what are some things that cause disruptions in mitochondrial function. Glyphosate is a big one, Monsanto’s glyphosate that we get in the diet all the time, even if you’re trying to avoid it, breaking down the gut, disrupting your mitochondrial electron transport chain. How many patients, as you mentioned, musculoskeletal pain, how many are coming in that are on NSAIDs or opioids or Tylenol or aspirin or blood pressure medications or statins or Metformin or antibiotics or antidepressants? All of those disrupt the electron transport chain. If you look at the research on what medications disrupt the electron transport chain, it’s literally all of them. And what’s the laser that supports the electron transport chain? The only way you support all four complexes is by getting the violet for complex one, the green for three, and the red for four. And so that’s what’s really unique about this new approach that we have with utilizing the three wavelengths is everybody is under assault with their mitochondrial function. And we apply these lasers, I have every patient who comes in, I’ve got my FX 635. And I’ve got my GVL on him. So that because I don’t know what complex is broken down. And I’m figuring that all of them are having a problem. And so I’m going to support all of them. And that’s where we can see some of these really powerful changes with patients.


Dr. Rob Silverman: Amazing, though, that stacking idea, guys, is great. So you’re taking this guy with a big guy or this guy with an accelerating, making sure you’re getting all the complexes. Just to reiterate, as Kirk said very eloquently before, complex one and two, Violet; complex three, Green; complex four, Red. But here’s the interesting thing. And this is why it’s so important. When your mitochondria shut down, they call it cellular danger response. Your body’s being drained, and your body’s being drained because your immune system needs more energy. Most people don’t realize that the number one function—I should say they know that the number one function of the mitochondria is ATP. The number two function, at close to it, is to support the immune system. So when this is damaged, you go through a cellular danger response, and your mitochondria shut off. Once it’s shut off, people think, oh, it’s a switch off, it’s a switch back on. It’s not. It’s three different checkpoints where you have to go through all four complexes of the mitochondria. So I’ve never found a way other than recently with the GVL plus the red light to be able to hit the three checkpoints to really stimulate and restart the mitochondria. The first thing that comes to mind is long COVID. The second thing that comes to mind is the regular patient walking in. The number one complaint in America for going to the doctor’s office is fatigue. And there it is—mitochondrial dysfunction. Now here’s the issue. When a mitochondria is dysfunctional, unless it’s restarted, it never goes back to its fully functional way. And the only way that I know, so far, nutrition will help. If they don’t push it, it’ll prime the pump. But the laser definitely will take you over the top and get you across the finish line if you do the stacking with the three wavelengths. And that is the true secret sauce.


Dr. Kirk Gair: Anyway, if I can kind of stack on something that you have there too is when you’re talking about the mitochondria. What a lot of people don’t realize is you have these things that are called free-floating or cell-free mitochondria in the bloodstream. The Russians, going back to the ’70s, they would use high-energy red wavelengths over the carotid and subclavian arteries because they would say that the energy gets picked up and delivered throughout the body. Well, the other cool thing is these free-floating mitochondria that are in there. And there’s somewhere between 350,000 and like I think was 1.3 million fully functional mitochondria because they used to think it was just fragments that weren’t functional. They now know they’re fully functional that are in every milliliter of blood. Anytime you’re hitting all these large blood vessels, you’re impacting the self-free mitochondria, and then they’ll go into the damaged cells. And they try to heal up those tissues there. So anytime you’re doing this, you’re doing, as you said, repairing those highways and byways and pathways to get the body just to give it the building blocks that it needs to make a new body, in a sense.


Dr. Rob Silverman: Close that loop. And here’s the biggest problem. And again, we’re not going negative, but contrast does lead to persuasion. Many companies use a laser but they also use an LED. You add the LED to that complex. You just shut off the complexes. You have to understand to re-turn on that mitochondria, you have to go 1, 2, 3, 4—anything that shuts it off—you start from scratch. So it’s not like you run halfway, you take a break, and then you finish the other half. No, you go back to the starting line. And that’s the thing that people don’t realize. And again, what Kirk said was great, in that the mitochondria, they’re free-floating. The body is all interconnected. Chiropractors, we all know that it’s a communication, whether it’s the fascia nervous system and the blood system. That’s why they call it the circulatory system. That’s why they call it the central nervous system.


Dr. Chad Woolner: That’s great. So for those who are listening, I know we’ll put a link to the study. But let’s just talk about where it got published, where they can take a look at that.


Dr. Kirk Gair: If they go into PubMed, they go into a new PubMed website, and they can look under Rob’s name under my name. It’s going to pop up on there talking about the impact of high-energy wavelengths, and it’s in Hindawi was the journal that was published. Correct, Rob? So yeah, and so they can get it there. But like I said, if you just do the PubMed search, Dr. Rob’s got a couple of things that are on there. It’ll pop up there.


Dr. Chad Woolner: That’s awesome. That’s great. Amazing. Well, gentlemen, we sure appreciate you guys taking time out of your busy schedules to be here with us. We appreciate all the incredible work that you guys have done and are continuing to do. We know that this is not only impacting your patients but other practitioners’ patients all across the country and all throughout the world. And so we can’t say enough good things about everything you guys are doing. Andrew, any final thoughts?


Dr. Andrew Wells: Last thing if you’re a red laser owner, hopefully, this episode was a really compelling reason to look into getting the other wavelengths in green and violet. I think that it was. I was there when Erchonia launched this at their meeting. And I was like, there was kind of like, you know, how’s this going to be perceived? And there’s this initial run of laser. I think they sold out pretty quickly. Yeah, just based on the research that you guys did, I know they’re very appreciative of the hard work and effort that you guys put into this. And it just—it makes sense, guys. So if you’re a red laser owner, really consider looking into getting a GVL to have a really well-rounded approach to your laser therapy and practice.


Dr. Chad Woolner: Yeah, I would second that. And I would say the GDL has become absolutely indispensable. In my practice, I use my patients. As of recent, I’ve seen a couple of really, really acute patients over the past two weeks who have responded very, very quickly utilizing the GBA. And so it’s become that’s the word I would just say—it’s an indispensable part of our arsenal to help patients just get better results. Absolutely incredible. So I would second, third, fourth, whatever you want to say to what Dr. Gair, Dr. Silverman, and Dr. Wells have been saying here. So I hope that this has been valuable for everybody here to kind of shed a little bit of light, pun intended. All on the GVL and just what a powerful tool this is that Erchonia has developed. We appreciate the folks at Erchonia. They’re absolutely amazing, and their dedication to giving practitioners and patients better tools to help solve big problems. And so props to you guys, in that whole process of the journey. We appreciate it. Super exciting. Congratulations are obviously in order for this study. This is huge. And no doubt the first of many more to come for sure. So thanks again, guys, for being on with us. And thanks for listening, everybody. We’ll talk to you all on the next episode. Have a good one. Thanks for listening to the laser light show. Be sure to subscribe and give us a review. If you’re interested in learning more about Erchonia lasers, just head on over to Erchonia.com. There you’ll find a ton of useful resources, including research news and links to upcoming live events, as well as Erchonia’s ecommunity, where you can access for free additional resources, including advanced training and business tools. Again, thanks for listening, and we will catch you on the next episode.


About The Guest(s):


Dr. Kirk Gair and Dr. Rob Silverman are special guests and recent published research authors for a brand new study on the GVL laser.

Dr. Kirk Gair has been using Erchonia lasers since 2004 and has seen mind-blowing results with the GVL laser.

Dr. Rob Silverman is a chiropractor and author of the book “Immune Reboot.” He has extensive knowledge and experience in laser therapy.


Dr. Kirk Gair and Dr. Rob Silverman discuss their recently published study on the GVL laser. The study showed remarkable results in improving range of motion and reducing pain in patients. The GVL laser utilizes green and violet wavelengths, which have unique reactions in the body. The green wavelength has shown superiority in nerve repair, bone repair, and stem cell production. The violet wavelength has antimicrobial effects and supports the immune system. The combination of these wavelengths in the GVL laser provides a comprehensive tool for addressing a wide range of health issues, including autoimmune conditions, neurodegenerative diseases, and mitochondrial dysfunction.


Key Takeaways:


The GVL laser utilizes green and violet wavelengths, which have specific energies that trigger different reactions in the body.

The green wavelength is effective in nerve repair, bone repair, and stem cell production.

The violet wavelength has antimicrobial effects and supports the immune system.

The GVL laser provides a comprehensive tool for addressing a wide range of health issues, including autoimmune conditions, neurodegenerative diseases, and mitochondrial dysfunction.




“The GVL for Kirk and I is without question the standard bearer.” – Dr. Rob Silverman

“The GVL is the true dynamic duo.” – Dr. Rob Silverman

“The GVL is the prom queen versus the witch.” – Dr. Rob Silverman

To learn more or read the study you can check it out here: https://pubmed.ncbi.nlm.nih.gov/37829623/


To learn more about the GVL you can learn more here: https://www.erchoniagvl.com/