LED Therapy

Your skin has the ability to absorb infrared light and use it as a source of energy to stimulate cellular regeneration. Infrared LED light therapy, first researched by NASA for use in the U.S. Space Program, can reverse and control the visible signs of aging and help you look years younger without harsh chemical treatments or invasive surgical procedures. Dramatic tightening of skin, smoothing of wrinkles and rough spots, disappearing blemishes, softening of redness, and shrinking of pore size can be achieved with this natural light treatment. In addition, the unit can be used to effectively treat minor muscle and joint aches, sprains, back pain, muscle spasms, the pain and stiffness associated with arthritis, and more.

A non-invasive light based technology shown to enhance cell stimulation and proliferation, promote elastin and collagen production, promote oxygen production, and reduce bacteria and inflammation.  LED is used to treat acne, promote healing, and rejuvenate skin..

Benefits Include:

  • Significantly Increases Blood Circulation and Increases Lymphatic Drainage
  • Increases production of collagen & elastin
  • Stimulates the cellular metabolism, healing process
  • Increases macrophages activity
  • Reduction in post procedure inflammation
  • Stimulates tissue repair
  • Stimulates nerve poor functions
  • Relieves acute & chronic pain
  • Relaxing (de-stress as increases production of endorphins)

The ReGenesis incorporates eight distinct wave lengths to claim being the most advanced LED. Technology available and capable of delivering light deep into the tissue of the body. Once delivered, the light energy (photons) can be absorbed by the cells mitochondria, initializing the process of photo-bio-stimulation.

This photo bio-chemical process jump starts the mitochondria increasing the production of (ATP) Adenosine Triphosphate.

The absorption of these specific wavelengths of light increases cellular breakdown of damaged tissue and stimulates regeneration (replacement with young healthy cells).  Using Low Level Light Therapy (LLLT > 200 mw/cm2) has been determined by the FDA to be a non-significant risk without negative side effects.

LLLT Technology has been well documented for over three decades.  Presently, NASA’s Space Shuttle program and the US Navy Submarine fleets utilize LLLT on-board to simulate healing and wellness in space.  (Please see the NASA Light Emitting-Diode Medical Program “Progress in Space Flight & Terrestrial Applications, also, the Photo Biology of L.E.D Phototherapy Reports).  In the aesthetic clinical environment, L.E.D technology has been celebrated with much success in treating face and body producing excellent results.  Some of the most sought after treatments include facial skin rejuvenation, especially around the eyes and expression lines.  The treatment stimulates collagen & elastin production increasing volume, reduces pore size, lifts and tightens aged and sun damage skin, chin, neck and décolleté.  Also, our L.E.D equipment provides accelerated visible results in alopecia, acne and blemishes with fewer sessions.

LED therapy is also effective in reducing scars and the appearance of stretch marks, improves flaccid skin, skin texture, reduces cellulite, spider veins and rosacea can all be treated with L.E.D with better results than much more expensive technologies.


Frequently Asked Questions

Sclerotherapy is a very popular medical procedure that is often used in the treatment of spider and varicose veins. The procedure requires that the veins be injected with a chemical solution through the use of a very fine needle. Once the solution reaches inside the veins, it will begin to irritate the vessel’s lining. Once this occurs the blood will begin to clot and the lining will swell and stick together. Over a period of time, the vessel will begin scarring and eventually disappear.

The number of treatments that are needed to get rid of the vein often depend on its size and also how well it responds to the sclerotherapy injections.

This treatment has been used since the 1930’s for the treatment of various vein issues.

Prior to the procedure, you will have an initial consultation with one of our physicians who will advise you on your eligibility for sclerotherapy. You are not eligible if you are pregnant or are bedridden. You can have sclerotherapy if you take birth control pills. If you have had a blood clot in the past, your eligibility will be decided on an individual basis, and will depend on the overall health of the area needing treatment as well as the reason for the clot. Veins that are potentially usable for future surgical bypass procedures (i.e. use of the saphenous vein, a large vein in the leg used for coronary artery bypass graft surgery) will generally not be considered for sclerotherapy, unless they are already deemed unusable.
Each vein may require 2-3 treatments, but usually disappears between two weeks and two months following treatment. Recurrence of spider veins is possible, and the treatment does not prevent new spider veins from appearing.
Typically, two or three injections are required for each vein, although some visible improvement may occur after just one injection. It takes from two to eight weeks after the injections for the vessels to disappear.
This depends on the severity of the spider vein disease in your particular case. Average treatment is three to six sessions. If you have vein reflux disease, it should be treated first to help prevent recurrence and progression of the spider veins.
We recommend a minimum of four weeks between treatment sessions.
It is possible for treated areas to develop spider veins again, usually one to five years after treatment. Also, new spider vein formation in other areas is not prevented by injection.
In order to prevent bleeding under the skin, which can cause skin discoloration, and to close the spider veins more effectively, some minor restrictions are necessary. We recommend limits on standing, strenuous leg exercise, sun exposure and hot showers immediately following your treatment session. In addition, compression stockings must be worn for two days or more after sclerotherapy.