+ How does Red Light Therapy work?
When delivered within the optimal wavelengths and energy levels, red and near infrared light protect your body’s cells from nitric oxide damage, which can otherwise stop the cell’s production of ATP when you’re stressed or ill. Red light photons allow your cells to continue utilizing oxygen effectively by minimizing the absorption of nitric oxide. Only red light therapy can reach all the way into a cell’s mitochondria to stimulate healing and regeneration to help improve your appearance, performance, and overall well-being.
+ How Red Light Therapy heals your body faster
Red light therapy naturally stimulates your body’s own production of ATP (Adenosine Triphosphate), a key element in cellular regeneration. It’s been identified as a great way to aid in faster healing, immune boosting, anti-aging, mood enhancement, muscle recovery, and much more.
Stimulates hair growth
Improved skin health
Promotes celular health
Reduces recovery time
+ Who should not do Red Light Therapy?
Anyone with photosensitizing medical conditions, such as lupus, or anyone taking a photo-sensitizing drug (including tetracycline, doxycycline, hydrochlorothiazide, naproxen). You should also avoid it if you have any open wounds or lesions on your skin.
Red Light Therapy included with any session for a limited time only
+ Take health into your own hands
Choose the treatment type that's best for your needs or speak to a member of the Next Level Sound Therapy team
Great for sports injury, personal injury, stress and anxiety. Back, neck, arthritis, neuropathy and more.
Sonication is a process that uses sound waves to break down toxins, heavy metals, viruses, parasites, bacteria, and waste products in the body.
By using the right healing sound for each illness or disease, sound waves are re-balanced to help to alleviate symptoms, pain and promote healing.
For a limited time only, book ANY Session above and receive an optional Red Light Therapy treatment with your purchase!
Please note that Red Light Therapy treatments are currently not available as a standalone session.