360-degree bio hacking
UTILIZING THE RIGHT TECHNOLOGY FOR:
The External Aspect
NovoTHOR is a whole body light therapy device that uses red and near-infrared light to treat injuries, reduce pain, relax muscles/joints, and increase blood circulation.
PBMt (Red/Near-Infrared Light Therapy) has been studied in over 500 human trials and 4,000 lab studies. Not only does it help get rid of the pain, unlike drugs it actually helps the patient heal.
For more research on Photobiomodulation, see these resources from the US National Library of Medicine National Institutes of Health.
The number of studies being performed on Photobiomodulation has significantly increased in recent years.
Targeted Light Therapy (Light Probe)
Full Body Light POD
Using THOR Lasers LX2 unit we can produce directed beams of light at specific wavelengths at targeted locations. When the right wavelength at the right intensity is used at the correct anatomical location for the right amount of time you can stimulate repair, resolve inflammation and reduce pain.
One of the primary mechanisms is the effect of light that releases ATP leading to improved cellular function as well as a measurable reduction of inflammation.
In addition, with our high intensity single point lasers we can release trigger points and treat acupuncture points instead of needles.
The internal Aspect
Protandim (NRF2 Synergizer)
Nrf2 communicates with cells, instructing them to do what they're already designed to do. When activated, Nrf2 enters the nucleus of a cell and up-regulates "survival genes," genes that enable cells to survive in the face of stress from free radicals and other oxidants, and down-regulates other genes that help the body function at an optimal level. With Protandim Nrf2 Synergizer, you can take on aging with the only supplement that helps your cells produce their own antioxidants. Protandim has been clinically proven to reduce oxidative stress in humans by 40% in 30 days.
For more research on Protandim and its benefits, see these resources from the US National Library of Medicine National Institutes of Health.