Groundbreaking Red Light Therapy Acquired at Skocik Chiropractic in Pennsylvania

Harrisburg, Pennsylvania, UNITED STATES


HARRISBURG, Pa., Feb. 12, 2017 (GLOBE NEWSWIRE) -- While the effects of light therapy have been monitored for over twenty years, recent studies discovered promising results from near infrared light therapy in health treatments. Infrared light, known as red light, emits a low energy wave of photons that absorb into the skin. When timed with certain doses and frequency, infrared light provides patients with a variety of health benefits, including faster wound healing, pain relief, and improved mental health. Skocik Chiropractic, a wellness center located in Harrisburg Pennsylvania, features this breakthrough for patients with their Anodyne Light Therapy program.

In search of a faster and more cost-effective way to heal wounds, pain, and muscle stiffness in hospitals, medical scientists began studying the use of near infrared light therapy in the 1990's. The results they found were remarkable - wounds from ulcers and post-amputations that patients had for years were cleared in as little as a few months. Pleased with the findings, the technology became available on the market and Anodyne Light Therapy was born. 

How does near infrared light therapy work? When the skin is exposed to the low energy wave of photons, nitric oxide is released, which plays an important role in the body's complex process for healing its own tissue. Topical heat and energy from the light are also absorbed into the blood vessels and assist with healing. Improvements from the light treatment, also known as red light therapy, can be felt almost immediately, with complete health peaking a few months later. The treatment is non-invasive, pain-free, and has little to no side effects. 

To this day the power of light therapy continues to be studied. Research in the past several years discovered that red light therapy effectively treats traumatic brain injury patients, improves symptoms of depression, and increases the rate of healing in open wounds.

"Anodyne Light Therapy is well-documented in the clinical studies and has helped over half a million patients live pain-free for the past 15 years," says Dr. Albert Skocik, an experienced chiropractor of Skocik Chiropractic in Pennsylvania. "I trust their devices and use them all the time for my patients. It's exciting to see the potential light therapy has to help our bodies heal from conditions once thought untreatable."

For more information about receiving Anodyne Light Therapy from Dr. Skocik, future patients can contact him through the following information below.

About Skocik Chiropractic

Dr. Albert Skocik is the owner of Skocik Chiropractic and has provided whole body wellness to over 16,000 patients in Harrisburg and Central Pennsylvania for 27 years. For those interested in learning more about Anodyne Light therapy and how to schedule an appointment may call his office at (717) 540-8448 or visit his website at http://www.harrisburgchirodc.com/.


        

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