Dr. Michael Hans Weber

Dr. Michael Hans Weber

dr medical Dipl. chem. Michael Weber
Founding father of modern laser therapy

dr Weber has been a doctor in Germany for more than 20 years and today runs three medical centers for general and internal medicine, pain therapy, naturopathic treatments (acupuncture) and photodynamic tumor therapy.

In addition to medical training, Dr. Weber also studied biochemistry, which made a decisive contribution to the research and development of the new laser technology.

As President of the International Society for Medical Laser Applications (ISLA) and co-editor of various medical journals, his main focus is on researching and disseminating the new methods. To this end, Dr. Weber collaborates with a large number of international institutions and universities.

Ultimately, Dr. Weber the developer of the patented Weberneedle® technology, which allows us to use highly focused and efficient lasers of different wavelengths for the benefit of patients.

Curriculum vitae
1968-1974 Degree in chemistry and biochemistry at the University of Marburg
1974-1976 high school teacher in chemistry, biology and physics
1976-1983 Medical studies at the University of Göttingen with a doctorate
1983-1984 Research at the Max Planck Institute for Experimental Medicine in the field of gastrointestinal hormones, Göttingen
1984-1987 Scientific assistant at the University Clinic in Göttingen, Department of Internal Medicine
Since 1988 own practice in Lauenförde, Germany for general and internal medicine
2000 acupuncture A and B diploma
2001 Opening of a second practice for regenerative medicine and photodynamic tumor therapy in Lauenförde, Germany
2010 Opening of a practice for laser therapy and regenerative medicine in Bangkok, Thailand

Other activities
Authorized further training for general medicine, naturopathy and acupuncture of the state medical association in Hanover, Lower Saxony
President of the International Society for Medical Laser Applications (ISLA)
Board member of NAALT (North American Association for Laser Therapy)
Editor of the “Journals for Medical Laser Applications”
Co-editor of the journal “Pain and Acupuncture”, Munich
Member of the Editorial Board of Medical Acupuncture, the Official Journal of the American Academy of Medical Acupuncture
Member of the following organizations:
International Society for Medical Laser Applications (ISLA)
European Medical Laser Association (EMLA)
German Academy for Acupuncture (DAAAM)
German Medical Society for Acupuncture (DÄGfA)
German Society for Acupuncture and Neural Therapy (DGfAN)
Austrian Society for Controlled Acupuncture (OGKA)
American Academy of Medical Acupuncture (AAMA)
Council for Acupuncture Research and Education (CARE)
North American Association for Laser Therapy (NAALT)
Weber M.; Acupuncture with laser needles – a new therapeutic dimension in medical practice. The Pain 2001; Volume 15 Supplement 1: 73-74
Weber M.; Experience report on laserneedle therapy – a new therapeutical dimension in medical practice.; The Acupuncturist, Auriculotherapist, European Journal of Acupuncture. 2/2002; 28:31-38
Weber M. Laserneedle therapy – an innovation in acupuncture. NaturaMed, 10/2002; 17:33
Weber M. The new laserneedle acupuncture in clinical application. World Journal of Traditional Chinese Orthopedics. 2004; No.1 Vol.6: 22
Weber M, Ruth M, Zenz M. Examination of the efficiency of laser acupuncture for chronic lumbar spine disorders. In preparation.
Weber M. The blue laser. Pain & Acupuncture, 2006, 32, 4:208-210
Weber, M. Needles of Light, American Journal of medical Acupuncture 10/2007
Weber M. The intravenous laser therapy, German Journal for Acupuncture and related Techniques, 10/2007
Co-author of the book: Laserneedle acupuncture, Pabst Science Publishers 2006 (in German, English and Corean)
Weber M. Interstitial and intra-articular laser therapy as an attractive new therapeutic option for the treatment of spinal diseases and advanced joint arthrosis. Pain & Acupuncture, 2011, 37, 2:78-80
Weber M. Intravenous and interstitial laser therapy: A new option in oncology. Acupuncture & Auriculomedicine, 2011, 37, 3:32-34