The HealthLight Blog
HealthLight and its devices are not intended to diagnose, treat, cure, or prevent any disease.
Devices are intended for temporary relief of minor pain, muscle aches and stiffness and increased circulation.
The medical establishment today seems to basically have three ways to treat both acute and chronic pain: drugs, injections, and/or surgery. “Currently accepted therapies consist of non-steroidal anti-inflammatory drugs, steroid injections, opiate pain medications and surgery, each of which carries their own specific risk profiles.” But this does not have to continue to be the…Read More
Here’s What to Know to Make the Best Possible Purchase Red Light Therapy Systems are becoming more and more popular in clinics worldwide. And as a result, the many light therapy devices available in the marketplace today make it a daunting task for practitioners to choose the right system. So, if you are a practitioner…Read More
As Red Light Therapy Pads becomes more popular worldwide, new light therapy devices keep popping up everywhere. Even mainstream internet shopping sites like Amazon.com and Walmart.com offer pages and pages of products. Countless light treatment lamps, wands, masks, slippers, “gloves,” and even near-infrared light bulbs are now being produced by a multitude of manufacturers. However,…Read More
According to FacilityExecutive. com, a whopping 88% of companies have encouraged or required their employees to work from home, due to the COVID-19 Pandemic. And as a result, stories like these are commonplace: Tom’s work life consists of sitting on his living room couch all day long, five days a week, staring down at his…Read More
Acupuncture light therapy is one of the best options to consider for treating both acute and chronic pain. Although it may seem on the surface that the centuries-old traditional Chinese healing art of acupuncture and the approximately 40-year-old light wave technology of red light therapy are worlds apart, the beneficial results they produce are surprisingly…Read More
According to the U.S. Bureau of Labor Statistics, thanks to all the aging baby boomers, physical therapy may be the fastest growing occupation in America: “Employment of physical therapists is projected to grow 18 percent from 2019 to 2029, much faster than the average for all occupations.” In light of this extremely favorable outlook for growth…Read More
By adding LED Light Therapy to their treatment menus, doctors of Podiatric medicine can reap substantial benefits to both patients and revenue. LED Light Therapy for Podiatry Treatments Light Therapy uses NIR (Near-Infrared Light) to treat pain and are considered Class II Medical Devices. NIR Therapy is backed by decades of science and can be…Read More
For those who worry about traveling because of pain in their feet, or have back, knee or hip issues, you don’t have to curtail your wanderlust. Near-infrared (red LED light) Therapy can open the door to a better quality of life, allowing you the freedom from pain and discomfort to venture out and travel…Read More
The pain was excruciating — the worst pain I had ever experienced! I had been sitting on the linoleum floor engrossed in sorting papers. All of a sudden, it felt like something “slipped” in my lower back. When I tried to stand up, the pain was unbearable. I had to crawl around the apartment on…Read More
Many are turning to red light therapy for chronic pain. According to a 2015 study, “One out of three Americans is affected by chronic pain annually.” So for those searching for pain relief, NIR (near-infrared) Red Light Therapy, a type of phototherapy treatment, is providing much needed help. Red light therapy is non-invasive, has no…Read More