- Doug Johnson
- 1 Hour 44 Minutes
- Audio and Video
- Aug 04, 2017
This course is designed to introduce therapists to the scientific and clinical principles involved in the use of light as a physical agent. Application protocols for light-based therapeutic modalities as they relate to specific pathologies will be discussed. You will return to your practice with an increased confidence in choosing the most appropriate light therapy modality for a given pathology.
|Manual – Low Level Laser Therapy (3.24 MB)||45 Pages||Available after Purchase|
What is Low Level Laser Therapy
Basic Interactions of Laser/Light & Biological Tissue
Techniques for a Wide Variety of Frequently Seen Clinical Conditions
Mechanism of Action for LLLT
Evidence-Based Literature as it Relates to the Efficacy of LLLT in Clinical Settings
Douglas Johnson, ATC, EES, CLS, is a certified athletic trainer with over 20 years of clinical/industrial experience. He attended Wayne State University and The University of Detroit-Mercy where he earned a Summa Cum Laude Bachelors of Science degree in Sports Medicine in 1994. Mr. Johnson is the Senior Vice President of Clinical and Scientific Affairs at Multi Radiance Medical, is involved in numerous research studies involving super pulsed laser, and was published in Lasers in Medical Science, May 2014 and June, 2015.
Recently he was named as a clinical advisor to Laser Therapy U, invited to speak at the Annual 2014 NATA Symposium, and Euroscience 2015 in London, England about Laser Therapy. He served as a member of the NAALT/WALT Scientific Education Committee for the 2014 Program and is currently serving as a member of the NAALT Board of Directors. Currently, Mr. Johnson is a reviewer for the Journal of Athletic Training and an advisor for EuroSciCon Organizational Committee for the 2017 London Conference.
Financial: Doug Johnson is the Senior Vice President of Clinical and Scientific Affairs at Multi Radiance Medical. He receives a speaking honorarium from PESI, Inc.
Non-financial: Doug Johnson is serving as a member of the NAALT Board of Directors.