What is polychromatic light therapy?
Polychromatic light therapy (PLT) simultaneously uses 2 or more wavelengths or light sourcing from LED lights. PLT’s bioeffects are called photobiomodulation (PBM).
PLT penetrates tissue to various depths and is then absorbed by the cells to produce the energy needed for cell regeneration and repair resulting in restoration and improvement of health.
The infrared (blue or red) light’s synthetic effect allows both colors to get into the tissue more deeply than in a monochromatic application. PLT application also assists in the release of nitric oxide, leading to improved circulation, which is one of the key components of the healing and benefits at the cellular level. There is no other medical intervention that can match these unique changes. PLT therapy pad by InLight targets multiple areas of concern.
What is photobiomodulation?
Photo (light), Bio (biology), Modulation (change)
Our body needs light for optimal health. Every cell of a mammal is composed of photo light receivers. The pulsed light triggers the release of nitric oxide and activates the anti-inflammatory proteins. Nitric oxide is the Nobel Prize-winning signaling molecule released with PLT.