Michael Weber MD

Pioneer of Modern Laser Therapy

Dr. Weber has been working as a Medical Doctor in Germany for more than 20 years. Today he manages three medical centers for general and internal medicine, pain therapy, naturopathy (acupuncture) and photodynamic tumor therapy.

Besides his medical degrees, Dr. Weber holds a diploma in 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 several international medical journals, his focus is on research and publication of new methods. For this purpose, Dr. Weber collaborates with numerous international institutions and universities.

The patented Weberneedle® technology, which was developed by Dr. Weber himself, allows us to apply highly focused and efficient lasers of different wavelengths for the benefit of our patients’ health.

Curriculum vitae 

  • 1968-1974 Diploma degree in Chemistry and Biochemistry at the University of Marburg
  • 1974-1976 Grammar school teacher in Chemistry, Biology and Physics
  • 1976-1983 Degree in Medicine at the University of Göttingen, awarded a doctorate
  • 1983-1984 Research at the Max Planck Institut for experimental medicine, Göttingen in the area of gastrointestinal hormones
  • 1984-1987 Scientific assistant at the University Hospital Göttingen, Department for Internal Medicine
  • Seit 1988 Opening of a 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 educator for General medicine, Naturopathy and Acupuncture by the Landesärztekammer (Medical Chamber) in Hanover, Germany
  • 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 'Schmerz und Akupunktur', 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)
  • Deutsche Akademie für Akupunktur (DAAAM)
  • Deutsche Ärztegesellschaft für Akupunktur (DÄGfA)
  • Deutsche Gesellschaft für Akupunktur und Neuraltherapie (DGfAN)
  • Österreichische Gesellschaft für kontrollierte Akupunktur (OGKA)
  • American Academy of Medical Acupuncture (AAMA)
  • Council for Acupuncture Research and Education (CARE)
  • North American Association for for Laser Therapy (NAALT)


  • Weber M.; Acupuncture with laserneedles – a new therapeutical dimension in the medical practice. Der Schmerz 2001; Band 15 Supplement 1: 73–74
  • Weber M.; Experience report on laserneedle therapy – a new therapeutical dimension in medical practice.; Der Aku-punkturarzt, Auriculotherapeut, Europäische Zeitschrift für Akupunktur. 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. Der blaue Laser. Schmerz & Akupunktur, 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. Interstitielle und intraartikuläre Lasertherapie als attraktive neue therapeutische Option zur Behandlung von Wirbelsäulenerkrankungen und fortgeschrittenen Gelenkarthrosen. Schmerz & Akupunktur, 2011, 37, 2:78-80
  • Weber M. Intravenöse und interstitielle Lasertherapie: Eine neue Option in der Onkologie. Akupunktur & Aurikulomedi-zin, 2011, 37, 3:32-34