What is the technology?

Photobiomodulation (PBM) technology. Some refer to it as light therapy, low-level light therapy, LLLT, photonic medicine, and other off-shoot names. When you begin using light therapy, you will quickly discover how remarkable this molality is and the countless and highly efficacious uses for the human body. LED (PBM) systems are close to cold laser (PBM). Both are PBM, both utilize the same light wave nanometers, both can be pulsed at various hertz rates to initiate the body’s own innate healing ability. Both come in mono and polychromatic applications (polychromatic is more than one light wave at a time), both create similar physiological changes at the cellular level. Laser is coherent and LED is incoherent, meaning the laser is concentrated to a narrow field and LED is a much wider field and thus, can treat large bio sites at a time.

  • LED, or light-emitting diode therapy, is a treatment that uses varying wavelengths of light, including Red and Near-Infrared.
  • NASA originally developed it for use on shuttle missions and later found it to have promise for wound treatment. LED light therapy is now used by some of the medical segment. Top universities like Harvard, Oxford, Yale, Stanford and hundreds of other universities have full departments committed to this technology.
  • Your healthcare provider uses Photobiomodulation pulsed frequencies based on the health needs of the patient. Polychromatic light therapy, Near Infrared and Red, are the most commonly used frequency combination to initiate the body’s own innate healing ability. It is being used for hundreds of inflictions including peripheral neuropathy, nerve pain, neurodegenerative, neuropathic, neurological issues, anti-aging, athletic recovery, and literally hundreds of other uses on patients.
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Light-emitting diode (LED) light therapy is growing in popularity in doctors’ and chiropractors’ offices. Many have a cold laser which is similar to the LED systems. Both laser and LED pulse varying LED light frequencies into the cells and can deliver similar results. LED is safer, easier to use, and is more practical and effective for home use applications. Medical professionals are using this technology on hundreds of inflections, but the most common uses are:

Peripheral neuropathy
Nerve pain
Neurological disorders
Athletic recovery
Spinal decompression
Reduce inflammation
Improve blood flow
Wound healing support