We are retailers of FDA approved technological/medical devices for home and business use. Our devices use LED, infrared, hot and cold therapy, used in a wide range of industries such as:
- Medical – dermatologists, physical therapist, surgery, etc.
- Dental – Speeds wound healing & swelling reduction.
- Veterinary – Sore joints, wound healing.
- Culinary – Carpel tunnel syndrome, tennis/golfers elbow, healing cuts.
- Construction – Hot and cold therapy for aching hands, knees and healing abrasions.
- People who spend extended time in the sun. Fades brown spots & smooths skin.
Wonderful for conditions such as:
- Cuts, abrasions, sores.
- Sun spots, age spots, poor skin texture.
- Muscle spasm
- Muscle and joint pain
- Muscle tissue tension
- Joint and muscle stiffness
- Diminished local circulation
- Post-surgical healing
DISCOVERY OF INFRARED
In 1800, William Herschel conducted an experiment measuring the difference in temperature between the colors in the visible spectrum. He placed thermometers within each color of the visible spectrum. The results showed an increase in temperature from blue to red. When he noticed an even warmer temperature measurement just beyond the red end of the visible spectrum, Herschel had discovered infrared light!
Near infrared light therapy is an every-day term for the science of photobiomodulation. It uses invisible, near infrared wavelengths between 700 and 1200 nm to deliver energy to the cells, stimulating healing and relieving pain. Infrared light therapy has been proven effective by hundreds of studies all over the globe, is 100% natural and has no known adverse side effects.
Help Muscular Injuries
Infrared heat can also help you if you have a muscular injury. Increasing blood flow to you injured muscle helps increase healing. Physical therapists explain that in addition to heating deeper into your muscles, infrared heat also releases nitric oxide. Nitric oxide improves circulation and increases the oxygen and other nutrients coming to help heal the injured area. To treat a specific injury, such as a strained hamstring, with infrared heat a physical therapist would use an infrared light therapy device.
Help Wounds Heal
Another benefit to infrared heat is that it helps wounds heal more quickly. Increasing circulation and nitric oxide levels in the area around the wound speeds up the healing process. This is especially beneficial to those who have a difficult time healing, such as diabetics.
Dr. Harry Whelan, as head of the team for the NASA-sponsored LED studies at the Medical College of Wisconsin in Milwaukee in the US, used both Near-Infrared (NIR) and Red LEDs. Whelan and his team report “… this special lighting technology helps hard-to-heal wounds, such as diabetic skin ulcers, serious burns, and severe oral sores caused by chemotherapy and radiation.”
Easing Arthritic Pain and Increasing Mobility
One study describes how LED therapy reduced pain and increased mobility for those suffering from degenerative osteoarthritis. Patients applied LED light, either Red or Near Infrared, themselves to both sides of the knee for 15 minutes twice a day for 10 days. Those who used Red LEDs went an average of four months before requesting further treatment for pain. Those who used Near Infrared LEDs went an average of six months before requesting further treatment for pain. The control group who received a placebo light treatment went only about two weeks before requesting more treatment.
Our skin is flexible or elastic. The expansive and contractive quality of our skin is a result of connective tissue. Our connective tissue contains a protein called collagen that provides structure for our skin. As we age, the production of collagen decreases and our skin loses elasticity and wrinkles form. Cells called fibroblasts are needed to create the collagen that keeps skin resilient and healthy. Research indicates that fibroblast cells are increased when using LED light—resulting in collagen formation to repair skin and reduce wrinkles.