What is BIOPTRON Light Therapy?
The BIOPTRON Light Therapy System is a worldwide patented light therapy medical device with a emitting light that is similar to the part of the electromagnetic waves produced naturally by the sun but with no UV radiation.
BIOPTRON Light Therapy can act in a natural way by supporting the regenerative and rebalancing capacities of the body and therefore help the body release its own healing potential. Once delivered to the tissues, the light energy promotes the process of biostimulation (which means that it stimulates diverse biological processes in organisms in a positive manner and thereby enhances body functions).
How does the Bioptron works?
1) Biostimulative Effects
BIOPTRON Light has biostimulative effects: when applied to the skin it stimulates light-sensitive intracellular structures and molecules. This initiates cellular chain reactions and triggers so-called secondary responses, which are not only limited to the treated skin area, but can involve the whole body.
2) Stimulates and Modulates
BIOPTRON Light Therapy stimulates and modulates reparative and regenerative processes as well as the processes of the human defence-system.
3) Acts in a natural way
BIOPTRON Light Therapy acts in a natural way by supporting the regenerative capacity of the body and therefore helps the body to release its own healing potential.
The use of BIOPTRON Light as a therapeutic tool has been popular in a variety of applications since its development more than 15 years ago.
1) Wound Healing:
Wounds after a trauma (injuries)
Wounds after operations
Decubitus (pressure sores)
2) Pain Treatment
Low back pain
Shoulder and neck pain
3) Dermatology Conditions
Atopic dermatitis (eczema)
Herpes simplex & zoster
Superficial bacterial infections
Call us at 9639 0509 to see if your pain or skin condition is suitable for Bioptron Light Therapy.
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