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Near red light or photobiomodulation (PBM) therapy
We were in Toronto a few weeks ago and Jill ended spending time speaking with a researcher named Tom Kerber, who specializes in NearRed light therapy. Jill had a major horse related accident (a trimalleolar fracture with displacement) a few years ago, and has very little feeling in her foot . She often has significant nerve pain (neuropathy), as well as a large metal plate and screws in her ankle, which cause tissue damage if she stresses the area too much. Therefore, anything which might help has been of interest, and the topic of combined visible and near infrared spectrum light therapy for treatment of tissue damage has been a subject near and dear to her heart. She had been using a photobiomodulation (PBM) device that she bought off of Amazon, but really felt that it was sub-optimal. Out of the kindness of his heart, this wonderful Canadian man (Tom Kerber) ended up giving her a very nice unit to try out. This hand held unit (SunPowerLED Palm) is therapeutic grade and marketed for the healthcare community.
Fast forward to today, we just got home from a long week of travel consisting of speaking engagements and somehow along the way, I ended up with another severe case of gout. So here I am, finally back on the farm from a week-long four city tour, nursing a foot full of needle-like pain, with a medical grade PBM device shooting light into my big toe joint. Even after a short time, the light feels like it is making a difference. I wonder if the deep heating produced by these penetrating wavelengths might help the uric acid crystals that have formed in my great toe joint to slowly dissolve?
What is Near Infrared Light Therapy?
Near infrared light therapy is an every-day term for the science of photobiomodulation. It uses invisible, near infrared wavelengths between 700 and 1200 nm to deliver energy to tissue and cells, stimulating healing and relieving pain. Infrared light therapy has been proven effective by hundreds of studies all over the globe, is 100% natural and has no known adverse side effects.
Some consider near red therapy (PBM) a “miracle drug.”
Near infrared light therapy is essentially the same as red light therapy, except infrared energy is invisible, and it penetrates the body deeper than red, reaching deep into soft tissues, muscles, joints, and bone.
Near infrared light therapy is where light therapy gets serious. The combination of red light therapy with near infrared energy is being researched for amazing things such as the reversal of traumatic brain injury, stopping and healing the debilitating effects of stroke and heart attack, and the regeneration of damaged nerves and severed spinal cords.