Decrease Your Injury Recovery Time
Are sore muscles, stiff joints, and aching tendons hurting your game? Are you looking for that extra edge that will allow you to play your best? Do you want to stay active and play longer as you get older?
Using technology developed by Nasa, Lightnetic Therapy is an effective and scientifically proven method used to treat pain, increase tissue strength, speed injury recovery, and increase energy production at the cellular level.
Used by an elite group of athletic trainers and doctors, Lightnetic Therapy is quickly becoming the secret weapon for world class athletes and weekend warriors who need to quickly heal their injuries and get back in the game. Lightnetic Therapy is also effectively used to treat the chronic pain that can negatively effect performance.
How Does Lightnetic Therapy Help Injury Recovery?
Increases endorphin levels in human tissue and normalizes the action potential of the nervous system.
Speeds Injury Recovery:
Stimulates tissue granulation and connective tissue projections, which are part of the healing process of wounds or inflamed tissue.
Stimulates the lymphatic system to remove waste products and cellular debris from the treated area.
Reduces Infections: Increases phagocytosis, which is the process of scavenging for and ingesting dead or degenerated cells by the phagocyte cells.
Increases Circulation: Causes increased production of nitric oxide (NO) which creates a non thermal vasodilatation of capillaries in the treatment area.
Increases Cellular Energy:
Accelerates energy production at the cellular level by activating the cell’s power plants [mitochondria] to increase production of ATP.
Increases Tissue Strength:
Stimulates collagen synthesis and fibroblast activity for increased tissue strength. Studies show that injured tissues treated with IR light are markedly stronger after recovery than with natural healing alone.
Enhances Treatment of the Following Conditions:
- Strain & Stress
- Pain & Inflammation
- Spasms & Knots
- Bruises & Contusions
- Blisters & Hemotomas
- Swellings & Tears
- Open Wounds
- Scar Tissue
- Arthritic Pain
- Muscle Atrophies
- Cartilage Wear
- Back Pain
- Chronic Pain
- Joint Pain/Joint Injury
- Muscle Aches/Spasms
- Painful Tendonitis