How does light therapy promote healing? Light is absorbed by your body into the energy powerhouses, or mitochondria, of your cells. It’s like a battery charger for compromised cells. Research has shown it can:

  • Increase circulation.
  • Accelerate tissue repair.
  • Decrease wrinkles.
  • Decrease inflammation.
  • Improve skin tone, texture and clarity.
  • Ease muscle and joint pain, stiffness, spasm, arthritis
  • Kill acne bacteria.

For best results Light Therapy should be done 1-3 times a week for 1-3 months. We offer in office treatments as well as daily and weekly rental options.

Light Therapy for Pain and Wound Healing

Light therapy for wound healing utilizes a combination of frequencies.

Infrared Dominant (880nm)

  • Treats pain.
  • Great for muscle and joint health.
  • Decreases inflammation.
  • Penetrates deeply into the muscle layer.

Both Red (640 nm) and Near Infrared  (880 nm)

  • Treats pain.
  • Resolves bruising.
  • Promotes wound healing. Great for excema and psoriasis.
  • Decreases inflammation.
  • Promotes the growth of new skin.

Light Therapy for Acne and Wrinkles

Light therapy for skin utilizes 2 frequencies.

Blue Light Dominant (540nm)

  • Treats Acne.
  • Kills the bacteria causing breakouts.

Red Light Dominant (640nm)

  • Anti-aging.
  • Stimulates your cells to make more energy.
  • Increases college and elastin production.
  • Promotes youthful and elastic skin.
  • Tightens skin.
  • Smooths wrinkles and fine lines.

Light Therapy for Fertility

Research has shown Photobiomodulation to be very effective in reducing age related infertility in men and women. We use both Red (640 nm) and Near Infrared (880 nm) in this treatment. Useful for:

  • Poor ovarian reserve.
  • Premature ovarian failure.
  • Increases mitochondrial function.
  • Improves microcirculation.
  • Reduces edema
  • Regulates inflammation
  • Relieves pain
  • Relaxes muscle tension
  • Softens scar tissue
  • Beneficial for male infertility
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