Light Beam Therapy
What is Light Beam Therapy?
Light beam therapy, sometimes referred to as lymphatic therapy, is a non-invasive, FDA approved, low current modality in which light energy is transferred to targeted lymphatic regions of the body.
The resultant effect is the un-clumping of protein fragments in the lymphatic system. This promotes improved lymphatic drainage and detoxification of the body. Accumulated fluids are then released from body tissues and organs. The body is then able to achieve a free-flow of proteins within the lymph system, and can release bound protein blockages in the interstitium of the connective tissue. This treatment is only administered by a certified LBG (light beam generator) therapist.
What Does Light Beam Therapy Treat?
Light beam therapy has the ability to treat conditions such as swelling and tumor masses, and assists in prevention of diseases, such as arthritis, headaches, fibromyalgia, and musculoskeletal pain.