It might sound really complicated, but Light Emitting Diode (LED) phototherapy is just the application of specific wavelengths of light to tissue (a.k.a. our bodies), to help us obtain therapeutic benefits. This simple-to-use, non-invasive light therapy uses light energy that, when properly absorbed, up-regulate compromised cells—which is a fancy way of saying that they help repair and regenerate your cells and tissue… plus it’s FDA-approved!

This type of treatment is perfect for anyone interested in:

  • Decreasing wrinkles
  • Improving skin tone, texture and clarity
  • Soothing acne, by killing acne bacteria
  • Healing tissue by accelerating cell repair
  • Easing muscle and joint pain

Our Celluma LED light therapy offers all of these benefits and more, and is quite unlike any other low-level light therapy device available today. It delivers blue, red and near-infrared light energy simultaneously, to safely treat a wide variety of conditions. Each wavelength is absorbed by different molecules which act as a signaling mechanism for different cellular processes.

Although this device is new, the practice of using light and color for healing and health dates back thousands of years. Ancient civilizations across the globe from Rome to Greece, Egypt to India, all respected the power of light and color and recognized the inherent healing properties. Today, LED light therapy combines ancient wisdom with the best that modern technology has to offer.

In the last few decades, research has indicated that LED light therapy can heal severe burns and difficult wounds more quickly, as well as diabetic skin ulcers, muscle and tendon sprains, damaged nerves and eye injuries. It has also been shown to ease arthritic pan, offer increased mobility and relieve allergy symptoms, as well as rejuvenate the skin and improve acne.

Since LED light therapy triggers the flow of our natural electrical and chemical systems, healing effects will continue after the light source has been removed and can create long-lasting results. Treatments are recommended one or two times a week, for six to eight weeks and should be about 30 minutes long.

Call today to schedule your treatment!