Infrared Light Therapy Boots for Neuropathy and Foot Pain Relief
Diabetic Foot, Sprains, Heel Spurs, Plantar Faciitis, Inflammation
Infrared Light Therapy uses the same technology NASA uses aboard the Space Shuttle, and the same technology used by the NAVY Seals! Infrared Light Therapy technology is FDA Cleared for temporary relief of minor muscle and joint aches and pains, promoting relaxation of muscle tissue and temporary increase of local blood circulation.
Great Option: The Red/NIR Pads can be used outside the boot wrap, and placed on your back, knee, shoulder. Versatile and Practical. See the Other Application tab to see photos.
Purchase a Single Infrared Boot, or Two(2) Infrared Boots
Infrared Therapy 1 Boot System Includes:
1- Boot to place the pads in
3- 54 LED Red/Infrared pads. Dimensions: 3″ x 7″; Power output: 1152.2 mW 1 Joule = 2.3 Seconds
Total LEDs = 162
Each pad has 30 Red 660nm LEDS and 24 Near Infrared 950 nm LEDs(Invisible to human eye)
Infrared Therapy 2 Boots Kit Includes:
2- Boot Wraps to place the pads in
4- 54 LED Red/Infrared pads. Dimensions: 3″ x 7″; Power output:1152.2 mW 1 Joule = 2.3 Seconds
Total LEDs = 216
Each pad has 30 Red 660nm LEDS and 24 Near Infrared 950 LEDs (invisible to human eye)
Both options Include:
* AC Switchbox with 4 output power port supply
* Carry Case
* Straps – Pads may be removed from boot and used in other areas of your body
* “Infrared Light Therapy” booklet which displays all the positions on the body for pain disorders and where to treat each
* 1-Year Warranty
Happy Customer: “I purchased the boot 18 months ago. I went from taking 900mg of pain pills for my neuropathy to only 100mg.!”
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The statements on this website have not been evaluated by the FDA (U.S. Food & Drug Administration). Our products are not intended to diagnose, treat, cure, or prevent any disease. Our products are low-risk, general wellness / fitness products that do not require FDA clearance, in accordance with the “General Wellness: Policy on Low Risk Devices” draft released January 20, 2015.