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Light therapy has been shown to have significant biological effects on humans.
Several clinical trials have shown that specific wavelengths of light can improve wound healing, decrease temporomandibular joint dysfunction (TMJ) pain, and decrease back pain.
Light therapy, also known as photobiomodulation (PBM) is a simple, efficient, and cost-effective treatment for both acute and chronic pain.

What is going on beneath the surface when you use a Red and Near-infrared light therapy device?
The light energy penetrates through multiple layers of skin to reach deep muscles and nerves.
Your cells absorb energy (photons) from the light and become more active.
Circulation and ATP stimulation increases in the area as well to further support cellular regrowth and regeneration, a combination of activities that works to reduce inflammation and repair wounds or injuries.

Is There Research Showing That Light Therapy Really Works?
Red and near-Infrared light for pain, and light therapy generally, are not a new concept in the health and wellness community. As a result, the library of research on their effects is growing rapidly with over over 700 randomized clinical trials have been published on PBM, and half of which are focusing pain.

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