The First Multi-channel Laserneedle Acupuncture in London

- safer, pain free and long lasting acupuncture effects for adult and children.

We would like to thank Prof. Dr. Detlef Schikora for his excellent world first invention of the award winning multichannel low level laser-needle acupuncture and for all his medical advice to our work.


Laser acupuncture uses an extremely focused light beam (needle of light) instead of an acupuncture needle to stimulate an acupuncture point.  This method offers pain free acupuncture for children and adults.  


The laser needs only gentle direct contact on the body surface; it is safe, pain free and non invasive. It is excellent in pain control and the results are, in some cases, superior than acupuncture.  Highly recommended for needle phobia patients, baby treatments, children's asthma, and to control high blood pressure. In addition, this type of treatment is popular when very quick results are needed such as for the treatment of wounds, bone and nerve healing. 

Low-level laser light therapy has been proven to:

  • Stimulates the acupressure points to clear blockages

  • Accelerate the healing of wounds

  • Reduce pain

  • Repair tissue

  • Reduce & treat acne

  • Rejuvenate the skin

  • Improve blood flow

  • Eliminate some viral diseases

  • Reduce allergic rhinitis & other allergies

  • Boost the immune system

  • Reduce inflammation

  • Correct imbalances in the bio-magnetic energy field

Low level laser needle acupuncture for adult and children. It gives longer lasting acupuncture effects.

It is a safe and pain free treatment.

The original and first multichannel laserneedle acupuncture, it was invented by Prof. Dr Schikora in Germany.

Research on laser compared to needle and electro-acupuncture* conclusions:

  • Biologically Active Points respond more readily to Low Energy Laser Therapy.

  • The effect of laser acupuncture is more profoound and lasts longer than those of electroacupuncture and classical needle acupuncture.

  • Therefore laser stimulation of acupuncture points could be more suitable for out patients who prefer longer time periods between individual sessions of acupuncture.

* A Wirz-Ridolfi. Comparison Between Intravenous And Various Types Of Transcutaneous Laser Blood Irradiation. The internet Journal of Laserneedle Medicine.  Vol3 No.1 2013.


1. History of lasers in medicine. by Choy DS Thorac Cardiovasc Surg. 

1988 Jun;36 Suppl 2:114-7.

2. Low level laser therapy for sports injuries. 

Yusuke Morimoto et al. Laser Ther. 2013; 22(1): 17–20.