For Immediate Release Please
May 24, 2011
According to "Gospel"...Equine Light Therapy Helping Horses Around the World!
Equine Light Therapy is helping horses stay stronger for competition and heal faster if injured by putting the power of healing in a simple, easy to use tool for everyday treatment. We now have Veterinarians, massage therapists, rehab centers, chiropractors, trainers and owners all over the world who use our Equine Light Therapy pads, says Christina Reguli of Equine Light Therapy, but anyone can use them on their own horse.
So how does it work? LED light therapy is really a way to help the body heal itself. The lights have specific wavelengths that are absorbed by the mitochondria of the cell," she says. The energy (photons) from the lights actually affects cells at the mitochondrial level, increasing the energy within the cell that speeds up the healing process. The lights must be specific wavelengths and must be delivered at a specific dosage. Using both red and infrared lights is beneficial because the wavelengths in the red spectrum are absorbed by skin layers very efficiently, while infrared light penetrates deeper to the muscles and bones. The combination of the two work in concert to provide therapeutic benefits for hock problems, inflammation, ligament soreness, tendon problems, sore backs, splints, strains, stifle issues, sprains, swelling, shoulder pain, hip pain, sore backs, sore necks, salivary gland problems, wounds, cuts, scrapes and for stimulating trigger points and acupuncture points.
When used before a competition, Christina says, Equine Light Therapy pads can help prevent injuries. "Studies show that light therapy helps prevent tiny muscle tears and inflammation, which is great for horses in heavy competition. We have clients in all disciplines using our Equine Light Therapy pads. We even have racehorses in Singapore, harness racers in Australia, dressage horses in Iberia, and barrel racers and reiners in Canada using our Equine Light Therapy pads!"
Please go to www.EquineLightTherapy.com or call 615.293.3025 for more information.