Red/Infrared Light Therapy

Red / Infrared Light Therapy uses light to treat skin, muscle tissue and other parts of your body.  While you can see red light, but can’t see infrared light, your body can feel both in the form of heat.

Red Light Therapy is also known as low-level laser therapy, photobiomodulation (PBM), and low-power laser therapy (LPLT).

When your skin is exposed to the laser or red light, mitochondria in your cells soak it up and make more energy.  Mitochondria are often called the ‘power generators’ of your cells. The goal is to help your cells repair themselves, and become healthier.

Red light therapy doesn’t hurt or burn the skin, and uses very low levels of heat. Unlike the light used in tanning booths, your skin is not exposed to UV rays that be damaging.

Ask your Ultimate Sports therapist if Red / Infrared light therapy could be an important addition to your overall therapeutic regimen and how it might help in your journey to health and recovery.

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