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How does Photobiomodulation (PBM) / Red Light Therapy Work?

The most well studied mechanism of action surrounding red and near infrared light therapy is increased MITOchondrial energy production in the cells. MITOchondria are tiny organelles that are the energy power plants of all the cells in our body. Red and near infrared light therapy helps theMITOchondria create more of that energy.

The specific photons found in red and near infrared light interact with a photoreceptors within our cells called cytochrome c oxidase. This interaction stimulates the mitochondria in our cells to use oxygen more efficiently, which allows the mitochondria to produce more ATP (adenosine triphosphate). Adenosine triphosphate is a complex organic chemical that provides energy to drive many processes in living cells, e.g. muscle contraction, nerve impulse propagation, and chemical synthesis. Found in all forms of life, ATP is often referred to as the “molecular unit of currency” of intracellular energy transfer. When our cells have more energy, they simply perform better and the body follows suit!

Unlike many other types of treatments, light therapy is completely safe and non-invasive. Light therapy harnesses the natural healing and rejuvenating benefits of specific wavelengths of light.

Using a Red Light device is a fun, relaxing and energizing experience. Red Light is quickly becoming a “go to” application in numerous clinics due to its many applications and benefits.


  • Arthritis
  • Soft Tissue Injuries
  • Sports Injuries
  • Head, Face & Mouth Pain
  • Chronic and Acute Pain
  • Depression and Anxiety
  • Nerve problems of all types
  • Sinus problems and Headaches
  • Muscle Pain & Trigger Points
  • Degenerative Disc Conditions
  • Strokes & Other Brain Injuries
  • Side Effects of Chemotherapy

When you buy a powerful RED LIGHT THERAPY DEVICE you get an extensive treatment guide which covers:

The clinical use of LED therapy. Although we include a short overview of physics, physiology, and the history of light, we purposely limit coverage of these subjects to focus on the clinical aspects of treatment with LED and light therapy.

  • The Science of Light Therapy
  • Head and Face Treatments
  • Head and Face Diagrams
  • Spine and Pelvis Treatments
  • Spine and Pelvis Diagrams
  • Systemic Treatments
  • Systemic Diagrams
  • Upper Body Treatments
  • Upper Body Diagrams
  • Lower Body Treatments
  • Lower Body Diagrams
  • Brain Treatments
  • Brain Treatment Diagram
  • Research

This will give you all the information you need for treatment success.

We want to make sure you are successful using LED therapy.

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