Once relegated to the doctor's office, LED technology has had so much proven success and come so far that it is now readily available to the public but buyer be ware: not all LED sessions are created equally and so results can vary widely. Here are just a few ways our sessions are designed for maximum efficiency:
Our panels are FDA approved.
Not only are they FDA approved, at this time we use the only panel FDA approved to use red, blue and near-infrared simultaneously which helps us provide enhanced results compared to those using only a single wavelength.
We get the light right where it needs to be.
What good is light therapy if your cells can't efficiently absorb the energy?? Since our panel is flexible, we can position it as close as possible to the treatment area which has been shown to improve energy absorption rates. During a session with us, we will work with you to be sure the light is as comfortably close to the treatment area as we can get it.
Our light therapy is delivered over a longer period of time and gently pulses.
Research has shown that when energy is delivered over a longer period of time and pulses (as opposed to being a constant stream) it is more effective. The panel we use employs complex algorithms to adjust the light energy and ensure optimal absorption by your cells. While many offer LED light therapy for much less time, ours are designed to give you the maximum benefit in each and every session.
Our LED sessions are built around being the most effective because we want results. It really is that simple. It means everything we do from session time to positioning is designed to deliver the best possible results for you.
If you are interested in learning more about effective LED light therapy, this report is a good place to start: Keys to Effective Low Level Light Therapy (LLLT). PubMed is also a fantastic resource if you'd like to delve even deeper. Here is the link: https://www.ncbi.nlm.nih.gov/pubmed
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