Light. It is essential to human survival. Our bodies are biologically driven to respond to it. Our ancestors instinctively knew the power of the sun. Light therapy is not new, but never has humankind been able to hold the power of the sun in the palm of our hand.
Albert Einstein theorized lasers in 1917, and in 1940, the first laser was developed. Since then, lasers have become powerful tools for us: they are used as delicate scalpels, read and write data to CDs, DVDs and more. They have revolutionized the way we live our lives in ways our forebears could never have imagined.
Low Intensity laser therapy allows you to focus specific wavelengths of light on specific areas of your body, causing it to respond in positive, healing ways. The applications for the technology are virtually limitless. Whether your ailment is arthritis, diabetes or an aching back, we likely have a solution for you!
The 20th Century was the century of pharmaceuticals; the 21st Century will be the age of regenerative photoceuticals!