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In recent years LED cluster devices have become the alternative to Low-Level Laser Therapy (LLLT). LEDs produce light with wavelengths similar to those of the laser but over a much wider physical area. For many therapies, a broader coverage area is far better than the pinpoint focus of a laser. After all we are not trying to remove a hair follicle; we are promoting the healing or reconstruction of damaged tissue. Moreover, LED light therapy has no reported adverse effects and there are no reports of adverse events related to its use. TreatLED light systems cost a fraction of that of a similar LLLT and its neither a regulated medical device nor does it require a medical license to use - which makes them available to a much larger audience.

The human body uses certain wavelengths of light similar to the way plants use sunlight to thrive. LED Light Therapy stimulates the body's own cells to build new proteins the same way plants use Chlorophyll to convert sunlight into cellular building blocks. For example, the near-infrared light produced by TreatLED lamps, or "photo rejuvenation", stimulates fibroblast cell activity in the skin, which increases the production of collagen and elastin, the proteins responsible for your skin's tone and elasticity. Collagen plumps up the skin to fill in fine lines and wrinkles while the elastin helps to firm skin that has began to sag.

Your skin has the ability to absorb light and use it as a source of energy to stimulate cellular regeneration. TreatLED light therapy can help reverse and control the visible signs of aging and help you look years younger without harsh chemical treatments or invasive procedures. Dramatic tightening of skin, smoothing of wrinkles and rough spots, disappearing blemishes, softening of redness, and shrinking of pore size can be achieved with this LED light treatment. The LED Light Therapy process results in skin that appears more youthful, smoother, healthier and more radiant!

Using LED Light Therapy

LED Light Therapy for injury and pain has only recently been gaining attention in the U.S. However, the science behind it has a nearly 100 year history. The scientific literature on Light Therapy, also known as Photo-Biostimulation Therapy, encompasses over 2,500 titles substantiating the technology’s ability to promote tissue repair and reduce pain.
Many of the original studies of the effects of light involved the use of lasers in order to tightly control wavelengths used.  The application is sometimes referred to as “Low Level Laser Therapy” to distinguish from high powered surgical lasers designed to cut or ablate tissue. Light emitting diodes – the familiar LEDs –offer a simpler alternative to lasers. LEDs provide a concentrated source of light energy in a narrow portion of the spectrum.
The use of LED light is not meant for any specific disease. Research shows both LED light and the Nogier pulsing frequencies trigger healing reactions in the body - assisting the body to better heal itself - we intend to exploit these attributes.

Where to Apply LED Light

One of the beneficial characteristics of light therapy is that it has the ability to promote and enhance healing, not just treat symptoms. The irradiation by infrared light triggers the natural repair mechanisms carried out by the body. Several of the mechanisms of action for light therapy that work to alleviate pain and inflammation also play an important role in tissue healing.

The LED light is considered safe to use anywhere on the body. Light be applied to any area of the body, except the eyes, as needed or to specific areas as illustrated below in the color guide. Because the NIR light is invisible to our eyes, there is always one visible blue LED in the NIR segment. Please use common sense!

LED light is meant to be used directly on the skin. The unit needs to be used in the open air where air is free to circulate. If the heat is not allowed to dissipate, the internal temperature will increase and the power to the LED is automatically reduced reducing the effectiveness of treatment.

Timing of LED Light Therapy

Dosing of light therapy is dependent on the type of problem that is being addressed.  For deep tissue pain and healing both a higher dosage and deeper penetration is required.  For surface wounds the dose should be lower.  Light dose is measured in Joules/cm2 of photon energy delivered.  In general, there is a “therapeutic dosing window” which defines the optimal range of doses by indication.

When starting LED Light Therapy it is best to build up the amount of time slowly. For the first session 2 minutes may be wise to determine if you are particularly sensitive to LED light. By starting slowly, if the LED light creates a detoxification reaction, it should not be as uncomfortable as it would be with initial longer exposure. Increase the time gradually.

Our devices all have built-in timers to make light sessions accurate and repeatable. For best results it is important to keep a record of the exposure and the pulse frequency.

"A" Frequency 292Hz

Resonates with Ectoderm (outermost tissue) that forms:

  • Skin
  • Ears
  • Glands
  • Nerves
  • Brain
  • Eyes
  • Spinal Cord
  • Nerve Repair
  • Reduce Inflammation
  • Reduces Scar Tissue
  • Repair of Skin
  • Assists wound healing

"G" Frequency 147Hz

Intellectual Organization
Resonates with the cerebral cortex of the brain:
  • Memory
  • Psychological disorders
  • Nervousness and worry
  • Thinking
  • Imagining
  • Creating
Veterinary experience:
  • Reduces inflammation
  • Reduces scar tissue

"F" Frequency 73Hz

Emotional Reactions
  • Balances Hormones
  • Muscle Spasms
  • Facial Pain
  • Headaches
  • Healing Bone Fractures
  • Balances Thalamus
  • Balances Hypothalamus
  • Depression
 Resonates with the subcortical or lower regions of the brain:
  • Speech
  • Memory
  • Hormone Balance
  • Unconscious Reactions
Veterinary experience:
  • Improves Circulation

NIR (Near Infrared)

• Pain relief
• Speeds wound healing
• Increases circulation
• Healing of muscle and ligament sprains
• Enzymes boosted to improve body processes
• Boosts mitochondria function in cells for healing and
• Boosts DNA in body cells for better healing
• Alleviates allergy symptoms
• Speeds healing of burns
• Skin repair

Wavelength 880nm


• Combats lethargy
• Boosts liver function
• Skin repair
• Beneficial for lungs
• Reduces scar tissue
• Promotes circulation
• Pain relief
• Enhances the senses
• Beneficial for bones
• Improves nutritional metabolism
• Beneficial for heart
• Regenerates blood
• Beneficial for kidneys Boosts liver function
• Promotes muscle healing
• Promotes wound healing

Stimulating, forceful and vigorous. Associated with power and vitality with a cheering effect.

AVOID when angry, overly excited, or with any condition that shouldn’t be stimulated.

Wavelength 640nm


• Stimulates immune function
• Improves digestion
• Relieves menstrual cramps
• Relieves muscle spasms
• Stimulates appetite
• Beneficial for lungs
• Beneficial for kidneys
• Relieves hiccups
• Stimulates the Thyroid gland
• Soothes irritable bowel

Nourishment from B-vitamins and several minerals including calcium, copper and selenium is a result of their orange color.

Orange is a warm color with a stimulating effect. In nature, many spices are orange Stimulating, energizing and vibrant.

A color of joy, happiness and creativity.
AVOID if overly excited or anxious.

Wavelength 605nm


• Stimulates immune function
• Promotes digestion
• Improves mental concentration
• Stimulates bile
• Improves lymph flow
• Beneficial for pancreas
• Reduces wrinkles
• Repels parasites
• Tones the motor nervous system to energize muscles

Nourishment from vitamins A and C as well as several minerals including magnesium, sodium, sulfur and molybdenum is a result of their yellow color.

Yellow is a warm color so has a stimulating effect. A color of joy, happiness and mental alertness.

AVOID if under nervous strain, with neuralgia or with diarrhea.

Wavelength 590nm


• Stimulates immune function
• Improves sexual function
• Beneficial for the heart
• Tones the nerves
• Stimulates the Pituitary—the master gland
• Builds bone
• Beneficial for joints
• Improves wound healing
• Dissolves blood clots
• Anti-bacterial

In plants, green chlorophyll is key to the process of converting light from the sun into chemical energy for our benefit. Green is the color of nitrogen, an important element in our soils.

A color of contentment and trust. Green is often applied before and after other colors to bring greater balance.

Wavelength 525nm


• Speeds healing of burns
• Relieves fever
• Calms bowels
• Calms nerves
• Adjusts our biological clock
• Relieves itching
• Builds vitality
• Anti-bacterial
• Astringent effect so dries up secretion
• Blood tonic

Relaxing, soothing and calming. Blue is a cool or sedating color. Blue is the color of the sky so it has great influence on our circadian rhythms or work and rest patterns

In nature, oxygen - a vital element in our air and water - is blue.
AVOID prolonged exposure near to the eyes.


Wavelength 470nm