With financial aid from the German government and the European Union Dr. Michael Weber developed one of the world’s first multichannel laser system for external pain management (Weberneedle® Compact) in 2004.
Shortly afterwards followed the development and approval of another multichannel laser system for invasive laser therapy. With special fiberoptic light guides it brings laser light to deep tissue layers, joints and the bloodstream.
Besides regenerative therapy procedures and pain management, the weber medical devices are mainly used for topical and interstitial photodynamic therapy (PDT) in the treatment of nearly all cancers. The fiber optic interstitial laser treatment allows therapists to bring laser energy even into deep tumors (e.g. pancreatic cancer).
With the development of the first injectable liposomal indocyanine green infusion weber medical opened a new dimension in PDT. In combination with deep penetrating infrared lasers, this substance produces strong photodynamic effects.