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Light Therapy Arthritis Pain Natural Alternative
Light therapy is a natural and alternative way to relieve your arthritis pain. If you prefer natural remedies, then try light therapy for your arthritis pain and minor pain relief
Light therapy has recently been cleared by the FDA for treatment of arthritis pain. It is an alternative healing practice for relieving the pain of arthritis. Headaches, TMJ, carpal tunnel, and back pain are a few other conditions that can benefit from light therapy. This therapy is non-invasive, and can also help with skin disorders. Light therapy is light that penetrates to a depth of 30 to 40 mm which makes it effective for joints, bones, and muscles. Light therapy delivers pulses of light to the area being treated, and is fast and easy to apply. For maximum benefits, treatments should be administered two to three times per week.
Light therapy can be costly if done at a physician's office. Depending on the severity of the pain, and frequency of your visits, light therapy can be costly. Cost of intense light therapy varies from $300 to $600 per treatment. Four to six treatments, at three week intervals is usually recommended for best results. For more information about the cost of light therapy go to www.lighttherapywith.com
Light boxes can be purchased for home use from your local drug store, at an affordable price. Light therapy (nova and accubeam) is an inexpensive light box you can purchase without a prescription. It uses infrared light emitting diodes to direct a powerful stream of warm, therapeutic light deep into the tissue. This increases circulation to help relieve pain and suffering. Also included in this kit is a free bottle of joint support capsules. The light relief kit cost $79. 90. There is a 30 day money back guarantee. On their website you will find information and a Free download Ebook for this product as well as how light therapy can be a alternative benefit for your wellness. For more information go to www.lighttherapyrx.com.
Talk to your health care provider before trying any new product. Having this treatment at your physician's office can be costly. Talk to your doctor, and ask if he could teach you how to use an over the counter light box on your arthritis pain. If you choose to have your physician do the light therapy, check to see if your insurance will cover this type of treatment. For more information go to lighttherapyforarthritis.weebly.com
Page Updated Last on: Jul 11, 2013