Frequently Asked Questions

What is red and infrared light therapy?

Red light therapy (RLT) is a treatment that effectively helps skin, muscle, bone and tissue, and promote other parts of your body heal. It exposes you to low levels of red or near-infrared light. Infrared light is a type of wavelength your eyes can't see, but your body can feel as energized. Red light is similar to infrared, but you can see it, and has another wavelength.

Does infrared light therapy really work?

Infrared therapy is a safe and effective way to reduce pain and treat a wide array of conditions. It seems to be a safe, effective, and drug-free way for long-lasting pain relief. It also helps to heal injured body parts, in animals and humans.

Do you need eye protection for red light therapy?

It is not required that you wear eye protection, nevertheless the lights are very bright and may be uncomfortable for some individuals with sensitivities to light.

Q: Is Red Light Therapy similar to tanning? A: No, not at all. You will not get a tan from Red Light Therapy, nor does it expose you to damaging UV rays.

How do you use Photizo Vetcare?

Photizo Vetcare has a on touch system, that's making it very easy to use

Simply place the Photizo Vetcare's head (containing the LEDs) on the area of the animal to be treated, press the ON button and wait until the timed treatment ends, then move it to the next area requiring treatment.

Repeat until you have finished treating all the desired areas.

Is red light therapy good for dogs?

Red Light Therapy delivers an energy boost to the cells, and can penetrate your pet's tissue, muscles, tendons and even bone to increase blood circulation, thereby boosting the healing process.

Because of the way it energizes the cells, red light can help with a number of health conditions in animals: Joint pain.

How do you use Photizo Pain Relief?

Photizo Pain Relief – Conditions and Treatment Deep joints: Like vertebrae and hips, treat with double dosages, and cover all sides of the joint. ... Feet: Treat the footbridge, sides and under the foot, covering all the joints. ... Hand, wrist and fingers: Treat the top and the palm of the hand from the wrist area.