Light Emitting Diodes (LED's)
have been around for a long time, but have only been introduced as a legitimate therapy option in recent years. LED's
are similar to lasers in that as they can emit the same light but differ in the way that the light energy is delivered
. Lasers are focused-beam single-wavelength light emitters that can be intense enough (a 'hot' laser) to burn/cut tissue or 'cold' enough to only have light therapy effects. LED's
do not deliver enough power to damage the tissue, but they do deliver enough energy to promote natural self-healing and pain relief. With a low peak power output, the LED's
provide a much gentler delivery of the same healing wavelengths of light, as does the laser but without the same risk of accidental eye damage that lasers do.
Some Treatable Conditions are: Muscle Trauma, Sprains, Bed Sores, Carpal Tunnel Syndrome, Golfers Elbow, ITB Strain and so forth