Low level laser therapy (LLLT) treats a wide spectrum of mild, moderate and severe gut conditions, allowing patients to fully recover and enjoy freedom from painful and embarrassing digestive symptoms.

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Gut problems can affect every part of your daily life, with painful and sometimes embarrassing symptoms. Low level laser therapy (LLLT) has been shown to treat a wide spectrum of mild, moderate and severe gut conditions, allowing patients to fully recover and enjoy freedom from these symptoms.1,2

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Your gut contains beneficial bacteria and other microbes (gut flora) that help you to digest food and support your overall health.3,4 When this microbiome is out of balance, you can experience stomach upsets like diarrhoea or constipation, and unpleasant symptoms like cramping, bloating and stomach pain.3 An imbalance could be caused by stress and anxiety, medications like antibiotics, alcohol consumption, or high levels of sugar and/or food additives in your diet.4

Intestinal diseases and inflammation often occur when the delicate balance of the gut microbiome is disrupted.3,4 LLLT can help to increase beneficial gut bacteria, which will settle an upset or irritated stomach.5 LLLT also fights inflammation and regenerates tissue,6 making it an effective treatment for inflamed or damaged cells in the stomach, intestines, oesophagus or any other part of the digestive system.


Dr Anna Surazakova, MD, CEO and Medical Director of the coMra Centre for Restorative Medicine, Technologia Zhizni, Altai, Russia, reports on the success of coMra therapy in treating patients with severe gastric distress:


A 39-year-old man was troubled by bloody discharge from the rectum, and pain before using the toilet. He noticed his symptoms were worse if he was anxious or stressed. These symptoms impacted every aspect of his day-to-day routine, as he suffered from weakness, malaise and poor appetite, as well as irritability and restless sleep.

The patient consulted with a gastroenterologist who recommended surgical treatment, which he declined. He struggled with his symptoms for over a year, during which he lost 10 kilograms. He took medication during this time but avoided surgical treatment.

The patient was diagnosed with an inflammatory bowel disease known as histological chronic ulcerative proctitis. He also had widespread psoriasis, a skin condition causing an itchy, scaly rash. (Note: Stress, which was exacerbating the digestive symptoms, is also a common trigger for psoriasis.7)

Dr Surazakova prescribed a series of 11 coMra treatments once daily. The patient noticed the following improvements:

  • The bloody discharge stopped
  • His pain before using the toilet decreased after 3 to 4 days
  • His sleep quality and mood both improved

Dr Surazakova recommended a coMra treatment course for both the patient’s conditions, to be followed until he got better, and to prevent recurring problems afterwards.

Watch this video for the full case report.


A 55-year-old woman started experiencing stomach cramps after eating, as well as belching, heartburn on an empty stomach, and a general feeling of weakness. She was struggling to eat, and was also suffering from poor sleep quality and irritability. She was constantly worried about her health.

The patient had undergone serious medical treatment for lung disease a year before. This disease was completely cured, but she was severely stressed during the treatment. She first noticed her gastric symptoms while on a course of strong antibiotics. Her symptoms improved partially with medication, but returned seasonally, and also when she was stressed.

This patient was diagnosed with chronic gastritis in sub-remission, as well as gastric cardia insufficiency, meaning the part of the stomach closest to the oesophagus wasn’t functioning properly and was causing reflux/heartburn. She also had irritable bowel syndrome (IBS), frequent constipation, and neurasthenia (mental and physical fatigue).

Dr Surazakova started the patient on a course of 17 coMra treatments once daily. She noticed multiple improvements:

  • Appetite improved
  • Sleep quality improved
  • Feelings of heaviness and pain in the stomach disappeared
  • Heartburn and belching stopped
  • Irritability and anxiety decreased
  • She was able to eat more regular portions and more diverse food types

After treatment, the patient felt less worried about her health. Dr Surazakova recommended ongoing treatments to help her manage her wellbeing, and to use as a preventative measure.

Watch this video for the full case report.


coMra Gastroenterology protocols are designed to treat a range of conditions affecting the digestive system.8TREATING GASTRIC ISSUES

  • GASTROENTEROLOGY 1: Liver disease and gout
  • GASTROENTEROLOGY 2: Gallbladder inflammation and gallbladder motility disorder (dyskinesia)
  • GASTROENTEROLOGY 3: Pancreatic disease or inflammation
  • GASTROENTEROLOGY 4: Gastritis and gastric ulcer
  • GASTROENTEROLOGY 5: Peptic ulcer and intestinal inflammation (duodenitis)
  • GASTROENTEROLOGY 6: Constipation, diarrhoea and indigestion
  • GASTROENTEROLOGY 7: Disease or inflammation of the small intestine
  • GASTROENTEROLOGY 8: Appendicitis
  • GASTROENTEROLOGY 9: Irritable bowel syndrome and inflammatory conditions (Crohn’s disease, enterocolitis)
  • GASTROENTEROLOGY 10: Gastroesophageal reflux disease (GERD) and achalasia (a rare oesophageal condition)
  • GASTROENTEROLOGY 11: Advanced Crohn’s disease and ulcerative colitis

Universal protocols can also be helpful by supporting overall wellness and preventing disease:8

  • coMra’s UNIVERSAL 8 (COMPLETE CLEANSE) is a gentle detoxification treatment that can help to reduce strain on the digestive system.
  • UNIVERSAL 6 (VITALITY) relieves exhaustion and assists with recovery after an illness. It’s ideal as a preventative medicine and maintenance treatment.

Find full details and instructions in the latest coMra User Guide.

NOTE: coMra is a powerful modality. The uses described above are those recommended by the coMra User Guide. Experience over 10 years has shown that in the case of most chronic conditions, treatments can also be spread out to once or twice per week, without taking the breaks outlined in the guide.


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