Since light therapy was approved by the FDA in 2002, the medical field has been using red, infrared, and blue light as a  therapeutic modality to treat chronic, acute pain, and function

Light therapy acts on chromophores, which is a light absorbing molecule that uses the energy from the light to produce ATP. This can be used to synthesize collagen, DNA, and RNA. Overall, light therapy increases cellular activity, thus promotes the healing process


Provide topical heating
Temporary relief of muscle and joint aches, pains and stiffness. 
Promotion of relaxation to decrease muscle spasms. 
Increase local blood circulation


Directly onto skin and the high power light will penetrate energy deep into the target tissue area
Can be used before, during, and after exercises. 

Natural Sunlight has added benefits for the mind and body!

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