OVER 55 YEARS OF PHOTON THERAPY RESEARCH REVEALS REMARKABLE, CONSISTENT RESULTS
The efficacy of Photon Therapy has been well documented since its discovery in 1955. Below are just a few of the articles and papers published on Photon Therapy as a viable treatment modality for various conditions. Key findings in a study published by NASA in 2001 stated that:
“LED produced in vitro increases of cell growth of 155-171% of normal human epithelial cells.”
“LED produced improvement of greater than 40% in musculoskeletal training injuries in Navy SEAL team members, and decreased wound healing time in crew members aboard a U.S. Naval submarine.”
“LED produced a 47% reduction in pain of children suffering from oral mucositis.”
OVERALL NASA CONCLUDED:
“We believe that the use of NASA LED for light therapy alone, and in conjunction with hyperbaric oxygen, will greatly enhance the natural wound healing process, and more quickly return the patient to a preinjury/illness level of activity.” Read the Complete NASA Study. The video below is from a clinical trial performed with cancer patients based on NASA research.
Photon Therapy is not new. The barrier to widespread use has been the lack of a device that is both powerful enough for fast results and affordable – until now. Bales Photonics new Firefly can bring this non-invasive therapy option to doctors and alternative therapy practitioners at a fraction of the cost.