Red Light Therapy

Red light therapy has gained popularity in sports training and recovery. This non-invasive treatment involves exposing the body to low levels of red or near-infrared light, which penetrates the skin to reach the cells beneath.

Athletes often use it to speed up recovery times after intense training sessions or competitions. With its safe and gentle approach, red light therapy has become a valuable tool for athletes looking to optimize their training results and maintain peak performance levels.

How Light Therapy Works

Our bodies are given an energy boost when they absorb specific wavelengths of red light (at 660 nm) and near-infrared light (at 850 nm) have been clinically proven to enable our cells to perform critical functions at a higher level, including ATP production, oxidative stress reduction, and tissue repair. 

These wavelengths penetrate deep into the skin, stimulating the energy currency of the cell. This increased energy production fuels cellular processes and speeds up the repair and regeneration of damaged tissues. As a result, athletes experience improved recovery times, reduced muscle fatigue, and enhanced performance levels.

What is Red and Near-Infrared Light?

Red light refers to a specific wavelength of light, typically around 660 nanometers (nm) in the visible spectrum. Near-infrared (NIR) light is a type of light with wavelengths ranging from about 700 nanometers (nm) to 1400 nm, just beyond the visible red light spectrum. 

While both have been shown to enhance cellular function, red light is readily absorbed by skin tissue, leading to improved skin health and collagen production. Near-infrared penetrates deeper into the tissue, helping increase muscle recovery and reducing joint pain and inflammation.

Clinically-Proven to help with:

  • Skin Health
  • Athletic Performance
  • Sexual Performance
  • Mental Clarity
  • Muscle Recovery
  • Joint Pain and Arthritis
  • Inflammation
  • Relaxation and Sleep