A bright future is ahead.


Light therapy has been shown to be extremely beneficial and will continue to play a huge role in the future of medicine for treating many conditions, including wound healing.

We invite you to read a few of the studies published to get a preview for what's to come.

The day may not be far off when most homes will have a light source (most likely a LED device) to be used for aches, pains, cuts, bruises, joints, and which can also be applied to the hair and even transcranially to the brain.1

Clinical Publications

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Comparison of laser and diode sources for acceleration of in vitro wound healing by low-level light therapy · Journal of Biomedical Optics

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Combination of low-level light therapy and nitrosyl-cobinamide accelerates wound healing · Journal of Biomedical Optics

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1. Chung H, Tiahong, D, Sharma K, et al. The Nuts & Bolts of Low Level Laser (Therapy). Annals of Biomedical Engineering. Feb 2012;40(2):516–533.