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Photobiomodulation (PBM)

Red and near-infrared light therapy, a subset of photobiomodulation therapy, specifically involves the use of light in the red and near-infrared spectrum. These wavelengths are typically between 630 to 700 nanometers for red light and 700 to 1100 nanometers for near-infrared light. Red light is absorbed more superficially in tissues, making it suitable for applications closer to the skin surface. Near-infrared light can penetrate deeper into tissues, reaching muscles, joints, and even organs. 


Red and near-infrared light are believed to interact with the mitochondria within cells, promoting an increase in ATP production. This boost in cellular energy is thought to support various cellular functions and enhance the overall healing process. Red light therapy also increases nitric oxide levels through a process involving the interaction of light with specific enzymes within cells, particularly in the endothelium (the inner lining of blood vessels). Nitric oxide (NO) is a signaling molecule that plays a crucial role in vasodilation, or the widening of blood vessels, leading to improved blood flow and various physiological effects such as, increased oxygenation, increased nutrient transportation, removal of waste products, increase formation of new capillaries and blood pressure regulation. Therapeutic benefits include: Pain relief, wound healing, muscle recovery, skin health, nerve repair, improved brain health. 


Conditions commonly treated:


  1. Early onset Alzheimer's and Dementia

  2. TBIs, Concussions, Strokes

  3. Degenerative disease

  4. Peripheral Neuropathy

  5. Joint & Back Pain

  6. Muscle & Soft Tissue Pain

  7. Surgical Recovery and Wound Healing

  8. Skin Issues, Scars, Acne, and Anti-aging

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