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Bioptron

Saturday, 08 January 2011 19:56

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What is Bioptron? (also known as Polarised Light Therapy)

Wound healing, pain treatment, leg ulcers, decubitis (pressure sores), burns, wound healing after operations and traumas (injuries), osteoarthritis, rheumatoid arthritis (chronic), arthroses, low back pain, shoulder and neck pain, carpal tunnel syndrome, scar tissue, musculoskeletal injuries, soft tissue injuries of muscles, tendons and ligaments like muscle spasm, sprains, strains, tendonitis, ligament and muscle tears, dislocations, contusions, tennis elbow, improve microcirculation, harmonize metabolic processes, reinforce human defence system, stimulate regenerative and reparative processes, acne, eczema, psoriasis, skin infections, conditions affecting the mouth, seasonal affective disorders, colour therapy

Polarised light is used to support the regenerative and reparative processes within the body and help the body to release its healing potential.

How does it work?

Light energy promotes the process of biostimulation. When applied to skin it stimulates light-sensitive intra-cellular structures and molecules. This creates a chain reaction and secondary responses are triggered which can affect the whole body.

What to expect

The light beam is applied directly to the area to be treated. The duration of each session and of the entire course of treatment depends primarily on the health problem and condition of the area to be treated. A typical session for wound healing, most skin conditions or pain management is around 5 minutes per area.

Known Contraindications

In over 20 years of operation and with over 1 million users no harmful side effects have been reported.

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