J. Robijns PhD, S. Censabella , S. Claes , Luc Pannekoeke , Lore Bussé , D. Colson , Iris Kaminski , A. Maes MD, P. Bulens MD, M. Brosens , L. Noé MD, Ivo Lambrichts , A. Timmermans , V. Somers , J. Mebis MD
J. Robijns PhD, S. Censabella , P. Bulens MD, A. Maes MD, L. Noé MD, M. Brosens , L. Van den Bergh MD, PhD, S. Claes , J. Mebis MD
Photobiomodulation therapy is based on the application of visible and/or (near-)infrared light on the target tissue. We performed a review of 34 articles on the use of photobiomodulation therapy in the management of cancer related lymphoedema, oral mucositis, radiodermatitis, chemotherapy-induced peripheral neuropathy, osteonecrosis of the jaw, and xerostomia/hyposalivation. The findings suggest that photobiomodulation therapy is a promising option for the management of these cancer therapy-related side effects.