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TopicFrozen Shoulder Therapy

  • Mon 8th Oct 2018 - 10:52am

    Light therapy works by directing intense color and light Arctic Blast deep into painful muscles or joints, or into wounds. The wavelengths emitted from the light are over a large range of the whole light spectrum. The warmth stimulates the healing process by opening the capillaries, increasing circulation, and ridding the body of toxins. The light works as a complimentary therapy, and reacts favorably to the LED spectrum.

    As far back as 2003, light therapy has been used successfully for healing. Through the years, it has maintained its usefulness and is being utilized frequently today in the anti-aging industry as a skin enhancement therapy. Performed in doctor offices, treatments are not invasive and do not require the use of any anesthetic drug.

    There are other benefits to light therapy. You do not need a prescription to purchase a light therapy unit and you can use one in the privacy of your own home. You can usually get an easy to use hand-held unit for around $100. If you want a larger model, you can find small, easy to carry portable units for anywhere from $100 to $400 at most drug or department stores. They all come with basic accessories, guarantees and decent warranties.

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