coMra therapy Blog

The Benefits of Cold Laser Therapy for Colitis and Ulcerative Colitis


The large intestine or the colon is the place where water, minerals and most of the nutrients are absorbed. As part of the digestive system, its health is responsible for the good elimination of the waste materials from the body. It is vital for the overall health that all the waste is taken out on a regular basis as if that is not happening, it is the colon where the toxins are reabsorbed again in the bloodstream. Due to stress, lifestyle habits and nutrition, the health of the colon might be compromised which will lead to a chain reaction in the other systems. In order to keep your colon clean and healthy, you will need to drink a good amount of water daily, to eat high-fiber foods, also if needed to take probiotics or herbal teas. However, what can you do at home if you suffer from colon disease? Have you heard how effective cold lasers are?

image source

The Difference Between Colitis, Ulcerative Colitis and Crohn’s disease

Colitis occurs when there is an inflammation of the colon as a result of various causes like viruses, nutritional deficiency, bacteria infections, etc. On the other hand, ulcerative colitis is a long-term inflammation of the colon which is an autoimmune condition and often is chronic. The difference with Crohn’s disease, which is also a chronic autoimmune disease, is that Crohn’s can occur anywhere in the digestive system while ulcerative colitis affects mainly the colon. 

Symptoms of Colitis and Ulcerative Colitis

While ulcerative colitis is one the many types of colitis, the symptoms are similar. However, as it was mentioned above the main difference is that ulcerative colitis is a chronic long-term condition which is known to be autoimmune too. Here is a list of the possible symptoms and signs that the colon is inflamed. 

  • Recurring diarrhea
  • Abdominal cramps
  • Intense pain
  • Bleeding 
  • Needing to have a bowel movement frequently 
  • Constipation 
  • Fever
  • Weight loss
  • Decreased appetite 
  • Fatigue
  • Night sweats
  • Joints aches and pain

Why is Cold Laser Therapy Effective for Acute and Chronic conditions?

The cold or low level lasers are known to be a great alternative to invasive procedures and treatments. The coMra therapy is a new generation of cold laser therapy as it combines the power of an infrared laser with the magnetic field and the light diodes therapy. This treatment method is totally safe and has no negative side effects whatsoever. The sensation on the skin is pleasant and actually, with a coMra device you might feel nothing while it is working. However, your cells will know the effect as this energy coming in the form of light to them by the laser will assist the healing and regeneration processes. The coMra devices work with the body and not against, in order to awaken and induce the inherent healing abilities of the cells and the body as a whole. Many patients have experienced great results with coMra treating all kinds of conditions and diseases. 

The coMra Treatment Protocol for Colitis 

All the coMra treatment protocols are described in detail in the coMra User Guide which is available online and also as a mobile app. The protocol that you need for colitis is found by the name Gastroenterology 6 with all the points, time and frequency that you need to apply. The whole treatment protocol is about 20 mins long but you can make it even longer if that feels good. You will need to apply it for at least two weeks and then rest, allowing time for the body to recover and regenerate. For this treatment protocol you can use coMra Palm or coMra Delta and you can apply it at home on your own as we provide all the needed information in the User Guide. 

The coMra Treatment Protocol for Ulcerative Colitis

This treatment is a bit longer and as it is described in the coMra User Guide, it will take about one hour. Most of the points can be treated both with coMra Palm and Delta, however in order to be able to execute the whole protocol you will need coMra Delta device. The recommended course is at least 3 weeks and then to take a rest, repeat if necessary. Ulcerative colitis is a chronic condition and it will take longer to recover from it, however you will see improvement even after the first course. In the coMra User Guide, this  treatment protocol is found by the name Gastroenterology 11 and as a part of it, you will need to apply Universal treatment 3 – Blood in order to strengthen the blood vessels and to improve the blood circulation.

To start using coMra, first search your health issue in the coMra User Guide ( you can use the Web app, download the mobile version or as a pdf file). If you can find it, start applying the relevant to it treatment protocol. If you do not find it, start with coMra Universal 3 and coMra Universal 5 protocols. If you have questions and need support by an expert, please contact us.

coMra cases: pancolitis-ulcerative colitis