Far Infrared Deep Penetrating Light (DPL) Heat Therapy SystemFar Infrared Deep Penetrating Light (DPL) Heat Therapy System
FDA Approved Class II Medical Device

DPL Heat Therapy for the Treatment of Pain,
Relief of Muscle and Joint Aches, Sprains, Back Pain and
the Pain and Stiffness Associated with Arthritis

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Light therapy has been shown in over 40 years of independent research worldwide to deliver powerful therapeutic benefits to living tissues and organisms. Both visible RED and INFRARED light have been shown to affect at least 24 different positive changes at a cellular level. Visible RED light at a wavelength of 660nm penetrates tissue to a depth of about 8-10 mm. It is very beneficial in treating problems close to the surface of the skin such as wounds, cuts, scars, and treating infection. INFRARED light at 880nm penetrates to a depth of about 30-40 mm which makes it more effective for bones, joints and deep muscle problems.


nuve blue packaging imagedpl Nuve Pain - FDA Approved for Mild to Moderate Pain

The dpl Nuve Pain is a handheld infrared LED light therapy device, which is FDA approved for treating mild to moderate pain and for skin rejuvenation. View more info about Nuve Pain


The DPL System uses a form of energy called Photons to penetrate deep into the body easing pain and repairing damaged tissues. The DPL Therapy System is a non-invasive, drug free therapy which can be applied to your specific and individual needs.

Light SpectrumThe Science Behind DPL Therapy

Evidence indicates that cells absorb photons and transform their energy into adenosine triphosphate (ATP), the form of energy that cells utilize. The resulting ATP is then used to power metabolic processes; synthesize DNA, RNA, proteins, enzymes, and other products needed to repair or regenerate cell components; foster mitosis or cell proliferation; and restore homeostasis.

NASA Space Technology Shines Light on Healing

Far Infrared Deep Penetrating Light Hand-Held Model"Doctors at the Medical College of Wisconsin in Milwaukee have discovered the healing power of light with the help of technology developed for NASA's Space Shuttle. Using powerful light-emitting diodes, or LEDs, originally designed for commercial plant growth research in space, scientists have found a way to help patients here on Earth. Doctors are examining how this special lighting technology helps hard-to-heal wounds, such as diabetic skin ulcers, serious burns, and severe oral sores caused by chemotherapy and radiation. The project includes laboratory and human trials, approved by the U.S. Food and Drug Administration and funded by a NASA Small Business Innovation Research contract through the Technology Transfer Department at NASAs Marshall Space Flight Center in Huntsville, Ala..." -- December 18, 2000, NASA, read report

Light Emitting Diodes Aid in Wound Healing

Far Infrared DPL Panel Treating Ankle"Powerful light-emitting diodes (LEDs) have been shown to help heal wounds in laboratory animals and are now being tested on humans at the Medical College of Wisconsin. The LEDs were developed by the National Aeronautics and Space Administration (NASA) to spur plant life in space. Harry T. Whelan, MD, Professor of Neurology, Pediatrics, and Hyperbaric Medicine at the Medical College of Wisconsin, found that diabetic skin ulcers and other wounds in mice healed much faster when exposed to the special LEDs in the lab. Laboratory research has shown that the LEDs also grow human muscle and skin cells up to five times faster than normal..." -- November 11, 2000, Healthlink

University of Wisconsin Research

"Space light-emitting diode (LED) technology has provided medicine with a new tool capable of delivering light deep into tissues of the body, at wavelengths which are biologically optimal for cancer treatment and wound healing. This LED technology has already flown on Space Shuttle missions, and shows promise for wound healing applications of benefit to Space Station astronauts, and in Special Operations..." -- 2001-2004, University of Wisconsin.

Far infrared deep penetrating light treatment for feet imageFar Infrared Heat Benefits Derived by Using DPL Therapy

  1. Increase Vascularity: By increasing the formation of new capillaries, which are additional blood vessels that replace damaged ones. New capillaries speed up the healing process by carrying more oxygen as well as more nutrients needed for healing and they can also carry more waste products away.
  2. Increase Lymphatic System Activity: Research has shown that the lymph vessel diameter and the flow of the lymph system can be doubled with the use of light therapy. The venous diameter and the arterial diameters can also be increased. This means that both parts of edema (liquid and protein) can be evacuated at a much faster rate to relieve swelling.
  3. Stimulate the Release of Adenosine Triphosphate (ATP): Increases in ATP allows cells to accept nutrients faster and get rid of waste products faster by increasing the energy level in the cell.
  4. Increase RNA and DNA Synthesis: This helps damaged cells to be replaced more promptly.
  5. Stimulate Tissue Granulation and Connective Tissue Projections: These are part of the healing process of wounds, ulcers or inflamed tissue.
  6. Stimulate Endorphins and Enkephalins: These are produced in the brain as well as chemicals from other areas of the body like adrenals which facilitate long term pain relief.

Uses for DPL Far Infrared Heat Lamp

Ankle Problems
Arthritic Pain
Bone Chips
Bone Fractures
Bone Spurs
Carpal Tunnel Syndrome
Cartilage Wear
Deep Muscle Problems
Eliminate Post-Event Stress
Golfers Elbow
Increase Range of Motion
Leg Pain
Ligament Tears
Muscle Atrophies

Neck Pain & Stiffness
Nerve Injuries
Pain Relief
Plantar Fasciitis
Prevent Formation of Scar Tissue
Reduce Existing Scar Tissue
Shoulder Pain
Sore Back
Spasms & Knots
Speed Healing of Hematomas
Strains & Stress
Tendon Problems
Tennis Elbow
Tight Muscles
Tissue Repair
Torn Cartilage
Wrist Pain

More Information about Light Therapy

Light That Can Cure You

"Exciting new research provides doctors with an alternative treatment to drugs or surgery for ailments ranging from acne to Alzheimer's... Acne, wrinkles, viruses and more can be treated with light. Healing the human body with a beam of light sounds like something out of a classic Star Trek episode. But even Dr. McCoy never dreamed of the futuristic ways that today's doctors are finding to use different kinds of light in medicine. Researchers are exploring everything from penetrating beams of light that seem to repair heart tissue after a heart attack to "light therapy" that appears to improve Alzheimer's patients' ability to sleep through the night. Doctors are remedying the side effects of cancer treatments, severe acne and other ailments just by shining high-intensity light in varying colors on the affected area. . . ." February 4, 2007, USA Weekend Magazine.

Therapeutic Light

"Light is a form of energy that behaves like a wave and also as a stream of particles called photons. The development of monochromatic light sources with single or a narrow spectra of wavelengths paved the way for studies, which continue to show that appropriate doses and wavelengths of light are therapeutically beneficial in tissue repair and pain control. Evidence indicates that cells absorb photons and transform their energy into adenosine triphosphate (ATP), the form of energy that cells utilize. The resulting ATP is then used to power metabolic processes; synthesize DNA, RNA, proteins, enzymes, and other products needed to repair or regenerate cell components; foster mitosis or cell proliferation; and restore homeostasis. Other reported mechanisms of light-induced beneficial effects include modulation of prostaglandin levels, alteration of somatosensory evoked potential and nerve conduction velocity, and hyperemia of treated tissues. The resultant clinical benefits include pain relief. . . " January/Febuary 2004, Rehab Magazine.

Medical Researchers Apply NASA Space Technology to Cancer Treatment

The NASA technology being used by Dr. Whelan and his collaborators involves light-emitting diodes (LEDs), which emit a broad spectrum of light that can be used as an energy source for photosynthesis in plants. Quantum Devices in Barneveld, Wis., originally developed the technology so that NASA could grow plants in space. Using similar LEDs, Dr. Whelan and his collaborators are conducting promising clinical trials for brain cancer treatment as well as for relief of oral mucositis, a painful and dangerous side effect of chemotherapy experienced by many leukemia patients. February 2008 Cancer Center News.

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