(Ep. 113) The Groundbreaking Advancements in Low Level Laser Therapy with Jennifer Miele and Robert Weber

This episode of The Beats with Kelly Kennedy reveals the latest developments in Low Level Laser Therapy (LLLT) with guests Jennifer Miele and Robert Weber. Also known as photobiomodulation, and sometimes referred to as cold laser therapy, this medical treatment involves the application of specific frequencies of light to the body either on the surface of the skin or directly into the bloodstream, interstitial compartments or joints via fiberoptic light guides.


Both Jennifer and Robert are Internationally recognized as leaders in the research and clinical applications of LLLT and their main focus is in the area of oncology. They also emphasize the  benefits of incorporating LLLT as a part of an integrative approach not only to cancer but across all chronic conditions, heart disease, infectious disease, diabetes among others and share several remarkable case studies.




– Introduction to Weber Medical; located in Germany and is a world leader in low level laser therapy (LLLT); has been involved in research and development for more than 20 years.


– Weber Medical supplies more than 1500 clinics worldwide with LLLT equipment; more than 100 in the US; also in Asia; doing research in Africa on infectious disease; Weber Medical’s main focus in Germany is oncology. 


– Introduction to Jennifer Miele; she leads  an International research clinic in Mexico with a focus on oncology; she partners with Weber Medical and incorporates their technology in her protocols; and has seen phenomenal results with laser therapy.


– Defining LLLT (also called photobiomodulation therapy) which uses only the laser without any other substances; it stimulates, energizes and regenerates cells for tissue repair; boosts immune system; stimulates the good cells.


– Defining Photodynamic Therapy (PDT) which includes the use of a laser with a light-sensitive substance – administered by infusion or orally –  for purposes of destroying the bad cells, pathogens and parasites.


– Low light lasers are under 500 milliwatts; completely safe and not able to destroy or harm tissue; no toxicity.


– A discussion of cases and healing stories involving cancer, infectious diseases, and a remarkable approach for Covid treatment.


– Robert talks about applications in addition to oncology, including chronic diseases, heart disease, diabetes and others.


– A discussion about the Weber Watch and the new, more powerful, Endo-Light device; the Helmet; all are great for home use.


– How does light therapy work for the body; our bodies are meant to be outside in the light; lasers mimic the benefits of natural light but are able to focus the light into more specific points in the body. 


– How laser therapy has helped cancer patients recover from the side effects of chemotherapy and radiation; focus and red and yellow light for these purposes.


– The International Society for Medical Laser Applications Annual Conference coming up in San Diego, March 3-5, 2023.




Jennifer Miele is the founder and director of Nube Health Inc. as well as the co-founder and clinical director of the Baja Medgate clinic in Tijuana, Mexico. She received an HONORIS CAUSA DOCTORATE Recognition by the Instituto Mexicano de Lideres de Excelencia (Mexico City) in the area of medical research. 


Jennifer’s focus is on medical research and development of new protocols based on an integrative approach involving photodynamic therapy (PDT) in oncology, immunotherapy, regenerative medicine, endocrinology, infectious disease, autoimmune diseases and nutrition. 


Robert Weber, of Weber Medical, is based in Germany where he works alongside the Internationally renowned pioneer in medical lasers, Dr. Michael Weber. The organization was established in 2003 after many years of research and development in the field of medical laser therapy and has quickly become one of the world’s leading companies in medical laser technology and its affiliated treatment centers.


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