Saturday, November 28, 2020

Photonic Light Therapy


Photonic therapy is the use of light to provide relief from muscular aches and pain. The use of photonic lights was pioneered by Australian vet, Dr Brian McLaren. This application of light therapy has been used not only in animals, but has also had positive effects for humans – finding a place as a means of relieving chronic pain.


What is Photonic Therapy?

When someone suffers from pain for an extended period of time, such as when someone suffers from chronic pain, the ongoing problem can cause the pain to continue to register the problem, even after the underlying causes are alleviated. The idea that stimulating the area can help to stimulate the brain to recognise that the pain has been relieved has been around for some time. The use of light to serve as this stimulus is what photonic therapy is about.

Can Photonic Therapy Help You?

If you suffer from pain, then photonic therapy could be precisely what you need to help correct any imbalance that is prolonging the pain. The therapy involves the light (the photons from which the treatment gets its’ name), being used as a means of creating electrical energy beneath the skin that is then transferred to the brain. When the central nervous system is stimulated, the brain releases hormones and other stimuli that target the area of pain and help to reduce inflammation and muscular constriction that can continue long after the cause of the pain is relieved.

Benefits of Photonic Therapy

One of the key benefits of photonic therapy is that it provides pain relief that is non-invasive and delivered without the use of strong medicinal pain relievers. Pain killers can be highly addictive as well as have other serious side-effects. The long-term use of these pain relievers can be a cause of addiction to prescription medication, as well as having the potential to damage other organs and cause fatigue. the therapy has the potential to provide the same pain relief, by eliminating the cause of the pain so that the need for strong pain medication is eliminated.

Who Can Have Photonic Therapy?

Photonic therapy should be used under medical supervision, as should any allied health practice. The relief of pain without the need for pain medication is achieved by stimulating the central nervous system with light. This is a non-invasive procedure which can be used safely on a number of different conditions. The relief it provides is therefore suitable in people of all ages, as well as people who have other conditions that might prohibit the use of medications or more invasive procedures.

If you have suffered from chronic or enduring pain for an extended period of time, then the use of photonic therapy could be life transforming. Chronic pain can prevent you from undertaking day to day activities, limit your ability to work and carry out routine tasks, as well as leave you inactive and lethargic from taking strong pain killer medication. If you are serious about finding a natural way to relieve these problems and regain your strength and confidence in your physical ability, then you may want to consider the use of the therapy.

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