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Soft Laser Therapy (Low-level Photon Therapy)
Low-level photon therapy uses lasers or light emitting diodes to produce a very bright monochromatic light of a single wavelength. This vibrating energy source can be used to stimulate specific acupuncture points or to treat larger areas of injury or disease. Infra red and red light are the most common wavelengths used. Infra red light is invisible but can penetrate tissue to a greater depth than red light. The desired energy output that results in cellular healing is 1-10 joules per square centimeter. LEPT has been shown to influence cellular function in the following ways: