Nearly 50 years ago in Europe, a revolutionary discovery was made that would eventually put pain relief in the palm of your hand. Scientists found that certain monochromatic single-wavelength light beams had excellent therapeutic effects on afflicted cell tissue, through a process called “photostimulation”.
Various wavelengths in the red and infrared color spectrum were tested, and researchers found that the 660 nanometer red wavelength is the most effective, because it is the closest to the actual resonance frequency of a healthy cell.
With that knowledge, scientists then looked at how best to deliver this light to get different desired results. One answer became Continuous and Pulsed light through Acupuncture.
- Continuous light sedates the tissue, resulting in relief of pain, relaxation of tense muscles and reduced swelling.
- Pulsed light stimulates the DNA within the afflicted cell, causing the cell to produce an increased quantity of protein and calcium, which results in accelerated healing of the tissue – 3 to 5 times faster than normal.
There are two ways for the light to reach problem areas in the body: It can be applied directly to the skin, where it will penetrate about one inch into the soft tissue, or it can be applied to acupuncture points, for a deeper penetration.
When using single-wavelength light, the beam will travel through the body’s acupuncture meridian channels like fiber optics, reaching the internal areas within the body. This use turns the light into an extremely effective acupuncture point stimulator.
- Using a combination of direct application and acupuncture/ acupressure point techniques means that any problem area within your body can be reached by the light.
As this incredible innovation was being discovered and tested, researchers found that the two best methods of producing the desired monochromatic, single-wavelength light beams were Laser and LED (Light-Emitting Diode). Both of these methods produced the essential single-light wave without introducing other wavelengths or impurities into the beam. In hospitals and clinics, “Soft” or Cold Lasers as well as LED’s have been proven to stimulate damaged cell tissue, which results in relief of pain, accelerated wound healing, treatment of skin conditions, wrinkle removal and acupuncture point stimulation.
Most lasers, however, are expensive and are approved for use only by licensed physicians and health professionals.
With the recent advances in LED technology, it is now possible for the photostimulation of an LED unit to be 90% that of a Cold Laser. Research has shown that when using photostimulation on affected cell tissue, it’s the “monochromatic, single-wavelength” feature that is the key to cellular response, which is offered by both Laser and LED.
The advantages of LED use are tremendous. The cost of LED units is one-tenth that of the cost of Soft Lasers, and their life expectancy is 20 times longer – 100,000 hours of use. Even more exciting is the fact that LED is completely harmless, with absolutely no side effects. This allows the LED unit to be used on a much wider range of problems than a Cold Laser.
- PAIN RELIEF
- CARPAL TUNNEL
- SINUS RELIEF
- SKIN CONDITIONS
- FACIAL LINES AND WRINKLES
- ACCELLERATED WOUND HEALING
- SCAR TISSUE
- ORAL AND GENETAL HERPES
- CANKER SORES
- TEETH AND GUMS
- EYES AND EARS
- INSECT STINGS AND BITES
- SPRAINS AND PULLED MUSCLES
- PSORIASIS AND EXCEMA
- HYPERPIGENTATION OF SKIN
- BLEMISHES AND REDNESS
- NAIL FUNGUS
- ATHLETE’S FOOT
- MUSCLE TENSION
- BACK PAIN
- MUSCLE SPASMS
- NERVE INJURIES
- NECK PAIN AND STIFFNESS
- IMPROVED CIRCULATION
- BUILDING UP OF THE BLOOD
- ENERGY BALANCING AND STIMULATION
- ACUPUNCTURE AND REFLEXOLOGY POINT STIMULATION
- EMOTIONAL AND STRESS