BIOPTRON Light Therapy System - A Breakthrough in Medicine

BIOPTRON Light Therapy can be an important part of your daily body care routine. Depending on the kind of application you choose, it will take you a few minutes to benefit from biostimulatory effect.

Products:

BIOPTRON MedAll

BIOPTRON MedAll

Stylish with state-of-the-art electronics, it is ergonomic, easy to handle and portable so can be carried anywhere and programmed anytime thanks to its integrated timer and advanced display.

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BIOPTRON Pro 1

BIOPTRON Pro 1

The BIOPTRON Pro 1 is the medium-sized light therapy device in the BIOPTRON model range. It has a filter diameter of 11cm and a light-coverage area (spot size) of about 154cm². It is designed for use at home, in hospitals and in therapeutic centres

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BIOPTRON 2

BIOPTRON 2

The BIOPTRON 2 is the largest light therapy device in the BIOPTRON model range. It has a filter diameter of 15cm and a light-coverage area (spot size) of about 254cm². It is primarily designed for use by health professionals and by patients with extensively large areas requiring treatment.

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Medical Indications

BIOPTRON Light Therapy is an effective complementary therapy for the treatment of arthritis / rheumatism. The non-invasive, safe and simple nature of BIOPTRON therapy makes it ideal for home use by sufferers themselves.
BIOPTRON Light Therapy can help to:
• Relieve pain and decrease its intensity
• Strengthen muscles and expand body motion
• Increase walking distance and speed
• Improve the quality of sleep
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BIOPTRON Light Therapy can promote and speed up chronic wound healing (e.g. LEG ULCERS, BED SORES, NON-HEALING WOUNDS) through the stimulation and modulation of reparative and regenerative processes, anti-inflammatory effects, and by enhancing various processes of the human defence (immune) system. Bioptron Light Therapy is considered a valuable therapy for the treatment of various wounds and wound healing disorders.
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BIOPTRON Light Therapy has been used for the treatment of burn injuries for many years. Most of us have burnt ourselves at some point in our lives. Usually, this can be shrugged off, as the body heals itself, but for some people the results can be serious. However, the vast majority of burns are those superficial injuries that affect only a small area of the skin. These are normally caused by the action of heat on skin, which may include solar rays, open fires, or contact with a hot stove or hot liquids.
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