LED Light Therapy Specialist

Dr. D and AL Selfitness

Medical Spa located in Rego Park, NY & Little Neck, NY

Light therapy uses the healing properties of photons to help patients recover from an injury. The therapy boosts vital energy that’s used to accelerate and aid the healing process. Light therapy is an effective nonsurgical solution for pain relief. Dr. Daniela Atanassova-Lineva is highly experienced in assisting patients on their journey to recovery with a range of innovative treatment methods. Visit the Dr. D Medical Wellness team in Rego Park, Queens, New York to learn more. Call or book online to schedule your appointment today.

LED Light Therapy Q & A

What is light therapy?

Light therapy, also called LASER, is a wellness treatment that involves the use of a light source. The FDA-approved process utilizes short wavelengths of light to penetrate human tissue and promote a healing effect.

Studies have shown that photons in the red or near infrared spectrum have significant healing properties at the cellular level. What this means is that they induce and accelerate your body’s natural healing response.

Your cells absorb the photons and use them to make additional energy in the form of ATP, or adenosine triphosphate. This energy is spent on healing.

Who’s a good candidate for light therapy?

Dr. Atanassova-Lineva uses light therapy to treat a range of ailments, including:

  • Arthritis
  • Diabetic neuropathy
  • Muscle strains
  • Ulcers
  • Pain reduction
  • Fractures
  • TMJ, or temporomandibular disorder

Light therapy has also been used effectively on people with seasonal affective disorder and dementia. Light therapy can increase your overall sense of wellness by stimulating energy production.

What can I expect at my light therapy appointment?

The light therapy process is simple, quick, and easy.

During your appointment, Dr. Atanassova-Lineva places a small wand over the affected area. The wand administers the light, and will be held over your skin for a set amount of time.

The treatments only last around five minutes or less, are non-invasive, and there’s no pain or downtime, making them a popular choice for busy people and those who prefer more holistic methods of healing. You’re free to resume your daily activities immediately after.

Light therapy treatments are typically performed two to three times a week. Most people notice improvements on their first or second visit. Light therapy is best used in conjunction with other methods and as part of a customized treatment plan.

Talk with Dr. Atanassova-Lineva to determine if light therapy is right for you. Call or schedule your consultation online.