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How should I keep the BioBeam 940 clean?     

Light sources can be cleaned with a damp cloth and mild soap. Avoid immersing light sources in water. Disinfecting of the light sources can be done by wiping the device with a cloth dampened with 70% Ethanol – available in any pharmacy

How does it Work?

Phototherapy has been used successfully in many clinical applications and trials. Basically photo-therapy induces 3 types of tissue interaction: (1) photochemical effects, (2) photo thermal effects and (3) photomechanical and photo ionizing effects. When light is applied on tissues, there are certain positive biological changes and in this case your body produces a positive effect which can alleviate chronic pain associated with rheumatic and rheumatoid arthritis pains in small joints, and for the treatment of soft tissue disorders, such as tendonitis.    
Relieving of Pain - BioBeam 940
The BioBeam 940 - uses low level narrow band infra red light which is absolutely safe, does not emit heat, has no side effects even during long term usage, is non-invasive and has no contra indications when used with any medications or physiotherapy.

Possible explanations of the neuro-pharmacological analgesic effects of photo (light) stimulation are well documented. In cases when photo-therapy is applied to key points on the surface of the skin, muscle tension can be released and circulation of blood can be increased.  Stimulating these key points triggers the release of endorphins which are neuro-chemicals that relieve pain (1).

With the release of this chemical comes the relief of pain and reduced inflammation along with increase in the blood flow and oxygen supply to the affected area. In addition, photo-therapy appears to modulate the release of neurotransmitters such as serotonin and acetylcholine which are known to play important roles in pain attenuation. (2)

(1) Laakso, E, Cramond T. and Richardson C (1994) Plasma ACTH and B-endorphin levels in response to low level laser therapy for myofascial trigger points. Laser Therapy 7:133-142

(2) Honmura A, Ishii A, Yanase M, (1993) Analgesic effect of Ga-A1-As diobe laser irradiation on hyperalgesia in carrageenin-induced inflammation. Laser Surg Med 13:463-469

FAQ

 

How should I keep the BioBeam 940 clean?     

Light sources can be cleaned with a damp cloth and mild soap. Avoid immersing light sources in water. Disinfecting of the light sources can be done by wiping the device with a cloth dampened with 70% Ethanol – available in any pharmacy

How does it Work?

Phototherapy has been used successfully in many clinical applications and trials. Basically photo-therapy induces 3 types of tissue interaction: (1) photochemical effects, (2) photo thermal effects and (3) photomechanical and photo ionizing effects. When light is applied on tissues, there are certain positive biological changes and in this case your body produces a positive effect which can alleviate chronic pain associated with rheumatic and rheumatoid arthritis pains in small joints, and for the treatment of soft tissue disorders, such as tendonitis.    
Relieving of Pain - BioBeam 940
The BioBeam 940 - uses low level narrow band infra red light which is absolutely safe, does not emit heat, has no side effects even during long term usage, is non-invasive and has no contra indications when used with any medications or physiotherapy.

Possible explanations of the neuro-pharmacological analgesic effects of photo (light) stimulation are well documented. In cases when photo-therapy is applied to key points on the surface of the skin, muscle tension can be released and circulation of blood can be increased.  Stimulating these key points triggers the release of endorphins which are neuro-chemicals that relieve pain (1).

With the release of this chemical comes the relief of pain and reduced inflammation along with increase in the blood flow and oxygen supply to the affected area. In addition, photo-therapy appears to modulate the release of neurotransmitters such as serotonin and acetylcholine which are known to play important roles in pain attenuation. (2)

(1) Laakso, E, Cramond T. and Richardson C (1994) Plasma ACTH and B-endorphin levels in response to low level laser therapy for myofascial trigger points. Laser Therapy 7:133-142

(2) Honmura A, Ishii A, Yanase M, (1993) Analgesic effect of Ga-A1-As diobe laser irradiation on hyperalgesia in carrageenin-induced inflammation. Laser Surg Med 13:463-469

 

 

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$179.95