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Promoting Mitochondria Fitness

PhotoBioModulation is the changing of your biology through light therapy!

what we do

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What is PhotoBioModulation Therapy?

Photobiomodulation therapy is defined as the utilization of non-ionizing photonic energy to trigger photochemical changes within cellular structures that are receptive to photons, particularly mitochondria. At the cellular level, visible red and near infrared light energy are absorbed by mitochondria, which perform the function of producing cellular energy called “ATP”.  

It's a great Anti-Aging Therapy!

Full Body PhotoBioModulation table

Our PhotoBioModulation Beds

Our PhotoBioModulation (light therapy) beds are made by one of the leading US based manufacturers of this type of equipment.  Our top of the line ATP model has more than 40% more power than our nearest competitor.  We sell, finance and install PBM Beds for gyms, clinics and patients!

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BioPhotonics Expertise

Our team has years of success and experience, we are capable of analyzing your needs and creating a PhotoBioModulation plan that will help you reach your goals. We have multi-visit treatment packages structured to work with you to keep you on track and motivated to win! 

Photobiomodulation therapy

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What can PBMT do for you?

The ATP is the first and only PhotoBioModulation device to deliver all of the necessary light (Red, Near Infrared and Green) in the optimal parameters to the whole body in only 10 minutes. The intended uses of the ATP are restoration of motion to joints, improved muscle performance, decreased post exercise soreness, and adjunct to obesity as part of a diet and exercise program. It does have a multitude of other benefits as seen in actual clinical trials.

This is non-invasive and safe therapy has been shown to be highly effective for:

  • Improved sports performance
  • Reduced post exercise soreness
  • Faster recovery from sports injuries

Reduced pain and discomfort in chronic inflammatory conditions such as:

  • fibromyalgia
  • chronic fatigue
  • rheumatoid arthritis
  • psoriatic arthritis
  • increased energy and vitality
  • improve wellness goal outcomes

How does PBMT compare with other treatments?

PBMT works at the cellular level, stimulating repair and normalizing cell function. Many therapies only address symptoms, without addressing the source. With that said, chronic degenerative changes often cannot be “healed”, instead they must be managed. PBMT is a safe, effective, non pharmaceutical way to manage pain and inflammation.


  • is non-invasive
  • is non-toxic
  • has no side effects
  • promotes cell regeneration
  • reduces inflammation and pain

How many sessions are needed?

That depends on you and your “Human Variables”. Every person’s condition is unique, therefore there treatment course is as well. However there are some general rules of thumb that apply to PBMT. Acute injuries and inflammation from muscle strains and sprains, cuts, bruises, burns, etc typically show very rapid improvement and can resolve in 2-3 treatments. Long-term, chronic conditions can take as many as 12 sessions to get significant benefits.

How often will I need to have PBM?

Minimum interval recommendation is 2-3 times per week until your goals are met, then 1-2 times per week for ongoing maintenance. For individuals who exercise frequently or at high levels, 3-5 times per week is recommended for optimal recovery.

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