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What is Blue LED Light?

As LED Light Therapy is being utilized by more and more chiropractors, physical therapists, massage therapists, podiatrists, and acupuncturists worldwide, LED Light ...
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What is Red Light Therapy? It’s the Best Kept Secret in Drug-Free Pain Relief!

Knee Pad The medical establishment today seems to basically have three ways to treat both acute and chronic pain: drugs, injections, and/or ...
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Red Light Therapy Pads Versus Panels

As Red Light Therapy Pads becomes more popular worldwide, new light therapy devices keep popping up everywhere. Even mainstream internet shopping sites ...
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Frequently Asked Questions – Part II

Part II of our Frequently Asked Questions Series. Below are some of the most common questions we get about light therapy. How ...
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What Are The Benefits of Red Light Therapy?

Increased circulation. Better nerve sensitivity. Reduced pain. These are just some of the benefits of red light therapy. Unfortunately, they are also ...
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HealthLight’s LED Light Therapy (Phototherapy) Research Summary

The impact of LED Light Therapy on pain and circulation has been studied for decades. There are a variety of types of ...
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Common Questions about LED Light Therapy

Below are the most commonly asked questions about light therapy. How does LED light therapy work? LED Light therapy is a popular ...
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Difference Between Blue, Red, & Infrared

HealthLight produces products that have multiple colors: blue, red, and infrared. Why do we use different wavelengths? Two main reasons: depth of ...
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The Award Winning Science Behind LED Phototherapy

The 1998 Nobel Prize was awarded to scientists who discovered the relationship between near-infrared light (NIR), nitric oxide and increased circulation, ushering ...

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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.

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