Light Emitting Diodes (LEDs)

Polychromatic LED lights

Red lights penetrate deeper, into the muscle, tendon and bone level.

Blue lights affect superficial skin and tissues, organs and circulation.

Near-infrared lights give deeper penetration to both red & blue lights.

A controller unit has 3 automatic and 7 manual settings for specificity.

Two tone frequencies are included to affect mood and physical cells.

After a Polychromatic Light Therapy session, the cells have a rejuvenated supply of glucose and oxygen through increased blood flow to the nerves. The result is increased energy supply and renewed capacity for the body to self-heal.  

Sessions last approximately 45 minutes. Optimally one would have 2-3 sessions per week for a total of 10 to experience results that last up to 2 weeks. Cost is $50.00 per session or $400.00 for a prepaid seies of 10. Contact Dia at 831.601.3338 for appointments in Basalt, CO. Treatments can also be brought to your location for $60.00 each.

Polychromatic Light Therapy is also known as Low-Level Light therapy (LLLT), and is FDA-approved for increasing circulation and pain reduction. Over 50 years of independent research worldwide has shown LLLT to deliver powerful therapeutic benefits to living tissues and organisms.

I use light emitting diodes (LEDs) applied to the body using pads, which disperse light (red, blue or infrared) over a wide surface area.  Pulsed Light is the most profound, safe, non-invasive way to stimulate the capacity to heal from within every cell of the body. 

At the basic level, all cells in the body have a miniature power plant within, called the mitochondria. This is where every cell's energy is produced to fuel the chemical reactions necessary for the body to function properly. The technical term for this energy is Adenosine Tri-Phosphate, or ATP for short. ATP is formed from oxygen and glucose, both of which are carried to cells by blood flow.

Many adverse physical symptoms are the result of decreased blood flow which means that all cells, including nerves, are not receiving adequate amounts of oxygen and glucose. Therefore, the mitochondria cannot manufacture normal amounts of ATP.

Nerves, most commonly in the extremities, sense this lack of ATP production by sending pain signals to the brain (in some cases, a lack of sensation rather than pain is the chief symptom). Because the mitochondria are very sensitive to light, infrared light therapy can stimulate ATP production in the mitochondria.