Photizo LED Red Light Therapy

Photizo LED Red Light Therapy

Red Light Therapy is completely natural, non-invasive and painlessly penetrates into your skin, where it stimulates cells throughout that area of your body, without needing any recovery time afterwards.

The human Photizo Pain Relief & Sport Red light therapy devices have been CE certified, showing that they meet the General Safety and Performance Requirements (GSPR) of all relevant European Medical Device Regulations and can legally be classified and sold as a medical device in the European Union. 

The Photizo Vetcare was the first red light unit and was designed for animals, this was before Photizo got the CE certification for the human versions. I used the Vetcare for many years on all my animals and also myself. I do find for bigger animals large dogs, horses, donkeys that the Pain Relief is better with the longer dosage.

Photobiomodulation involves the application of low-level red or near-infrared light to specific areas of the body. This non-invasive treatment stimulates cellular processes by interacting with mitochondria, leading to cellular repair, regeneration, and pain relief.

​Red Light Therapy and Photobiomodulation gained recognition in the late 20th century as researchers and medical professionals explored their potential for harnessing the healing power of light. The discovery of the beneficial effects of low-level laser light on wound healing in the 1960s by Hungarian physician Endre Mester laid the foundation for further investigations into light therapy.

​As the understanding of light therapy continues to evolve, we can expect further advancements in this field, offering new possibilities for natural and non-invasive healing modalities.

​Photobiomodulation has been extensively studied in hundreds of clinical trials, showing remarkable improvements in skin health, collagen production, physical performance, muscle recovery, sleep, joint pain, inflammation, and more. This therapy offers effective healing without the need for drugs, chemicals, or invasive procedures.

While already proven, we believe there is much more to discover about the capabilities of this healing modality. It is widely used by elite athletes, personal trainers, natural health advocates, and animal athletes for proactive healing and natural health benefits.

​Red light therapy enhances cellular energy, helping damaged cells function better and promoting the production of ATP. This restores cell health, accelerates recovery, reduces inflammation, and relieves pain. It can be used frequently without causing additional harm or side effects.

When applied promptly after an acute injury, red light therapy can reverse cell death, leading to faster healing and recovery. Its effects include increased cellular energy, faster cellular regeneration, inflammation reduction, increased circulation and immune system activity, pain relief, regulated collagen production, and more.

​Everyone experiences pain from time to time in their life, whether it is from injuring a muscle, a cut on your hand or a hard bump on your head. Pain is the body’s way of warning you about an injury, but once the injury heals, the pain disappears.

Chronic pain is different, and doctors usually define chronic pain as pain that lasts for 3 to 6 months or more. 

Red light therapy has also been shown to help your joints to recover more quickly after an injury, and is beneficial in treating pain and inflammation associated with joint diseases like arthritis and gout.

Numerous medical studies show that if you overuse near-infrared light therapy on a particular area, the worst thing that will happen is it will reduce the efficacy of the treatment. Infrared light at these low wavelengths will not cause burns or other irritation, however the prescribed dosage time will have the best effect for providing healing, revitalisation and pain relief.

Medical Evidence for Near-Infrared Therapy Alleviating Pain

Have a look at my Trustpilot Reviews, there are some Photizo customers who have posted about their results.


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