Acne, rashes, Radiation-Induced Dermatitis, ulcers
Post-Trauma – i.e., Burns, bruises, abrasions, fractures, sprain, strain, and more
Post-Operative wound care
Tendinitis, Osteoarthritis, and more
Bruises, Strains, Sprains and Fractures
Balance sleep patterns (i.e., Seasonal Affective Disorder – SAD)
Improve mood and energy
Broadly defined to include all biological phenomena involving non-ionizing radiation (Near ultraviolet, visible light, infrared, microwaves, radio waves). It is recognized that photobiological responses are the result of chemical and/or physical changes induced in biological systems by non-ionizing radiation.
Low-Level Light Therapy (LLLT) or Photobiomodulation Therapy (PBMT)
Under the umbrella of Photobiology and more specifically, Photomedicine, LLLT/PBMT has been extensively researched and implemented. LLLT/PBMT refers to the application of light as a therapeutic modality based on photobiomodulation (PBM) principles that have been shown to cause biological changes in living organisms as a result of the interactions of the photons in the visible or infrared wavelengths with molecules in cells or tissues.
(Hamblin M.R., et al., 2018, Low-Level Light Therapy: Photobiomodulation, Bellingham, Washington, USA, SPIE Press)
The TYGON™ Ultra Lyte incorporates the concept of “Biphasic Response Dose” (Ohshiro and Calderhead’s LLLT-adapted version of the Arndt-Schultz curve), where low levels of light demonstrate superior ability to stimulate and repair tissues as compared to higher levels of light. As the dose increases inhibitory effects predominate which in turn worsen the clinical condition.
In addition, the TYGON™ Ultra Lyte has integrated a highly sensitive laser skin temperature sensor to ensure that when used the therapeutic threshold is not surpassed and optimal treatment results are attained.