Pulsed Infrared Light TherapyApril 3rd, 2012 | Posted by in Light Therapy for Pain Information
Infrared light is part of the electromagnetic spectrum. A pulsed infrared light therapy system will contain alternate rows of red and infrared diodes. The electromagnetic spectrum includes Gamma rays x-rays, ultraviolet rays, visible light waves, infrared light waves and radio waves (radar, microwaves, FM, TV, shortwave, AM). Pulsed infrared light therapy systems deliver therapeutic levels of infrared light in short bursts, known as pulses, in order to stimulate a continuing physiological response. Pulsed infrared light proves effective in patients suffering from peripheral neuropathy symptoms such as pain or lack of pain/sensation, range of motion, flexibility and other health concerns resulting primarily from reduced circulation and pain. An infrared light therapy treatment typically takes 20-30 minutes. You can easily buy devices and treat health disorders at home.
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