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Red Light and Near-Infrared Light Therapy Guide

Red Light and Near-Infrared Light Therapy Guide

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Explore the benefits of light therapy with our Free Red Light and Near-Infrared Light Therapy Guide. Learn the basics of how to use these powerful tools for health and wellness. A straightforward, accessible introduction to improving your well-being with light.
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Treatments and Health Benefits

  • "Red light therapy is revolutionizing non-invasive home care. As a healthcare professional, I can vouch for Future Form's devices—they're effective, safe, and user-friendly. They're at the forefront of innovative care, providing a drug-free option for managing chronic pain and improving skin health."

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    Dr. Jonathan Hong

    Board-Certified Neurosurgeon Specializing in Innovative Pain Management Therapies

How Red Light Therapy Works?

Red light at 660nm wavelength can penetrate the skin up to 10mm, aiding in healing surface conditions like wounds and scars, and may improve skin texture and tone. Near-infrared light around 850nm penetrates several centimeters deep to reach muscles and bones, useful for alleviating deeper pain and inflammation and potentially enhancing tissue repair.

The diagram shows 660nm red light reaching the epidermis and dermis, beneficial for skin surface treatments, while 850nm near-infrared light penetrates deeper into subcutaneous tissue, muscle, and bone, useful for deeper healing and pain relief.

The diagram outlines the visible light spectrum, placing red light at 660nm near the end, just before the invisible infrared spectrum starts. It illustrates that red light therapy uses wavelengths at the edge of our visual range, while infrared, although not visible, lies just beyond and is also used therapeutically.