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Pain Relief

Visible deep penetrating LED red and infrared lightred light, at wavelengths from 630 to 700 nm penetrates tissue to a depth of about 10 mm. Light at this wavelength is very beneficial in treating problems close to the surface such as wounds, cuts, scars, trigger and acupuncture points, and is particularly effective in treating infections.  Infrared light (800 to 1000m) penetrates to a depth of about 40mm and deeper which makes it more effective for treating organs and provide relief for ailments of bones, joints, deep muscle tissue

THERAPEUTIC EFFECTS
  • Increases blood capillary circulation and vascular activity by promoting improvement in the metabolism of nitric oxide (NO).
  • Stimulates synthesis of adenosine tri-phosphate (ATP)—an immediate energy source for muscle contraction and essential in the metabolism of all cellular processes and sustaining living systems
  • Relaxes muscles, reduces nerve excitability and stimulates nerve transmission
  • Reduces scar tissue and stimulates wound healing
  • Increases lymphatic system activity and relieves edema and discomfort associated with swelling
  • Stimulates acupuncture points and immune response
  • Stimulates production of collagen—the most important component of wound healing
  • Increases phagocytosis - the body’s natural process to scavenge dead and degenerated cells and is important to the infection control process required for healing
  • Increases RNA/DNA synthesis - this stimulates cellular reproduction and facilitates accelerated replacement of damaged cells
  • Increases production of endorphins and enkephelins from the brain - promoting pain reduction and mood elevation
  • Stimulates production of adrenals— which facilitate long term pain relief and resilience to stress
  • Reduces inflammation and swelling in chronic conditions of arthritis, bursitis, and tendonitis
  • Stimulates fibroblastic activity - promoting repair of connective tissue and formation of collagen fibers
  • Stimulates tissue granulation and connective tissue formation - an important process in the healing of wounds, ulcers and inflamed tissues