What is photonic red light Therapy?
Photonic therapy is an advanced form of acupuncture using light, instead of needles, to stimulate recognised acupuncture points.
Photonic Therapy offers a safe, painless and effective method that accelerates healing.
TAKE THE NEXT STEP TOWARDS A REWARDING CAREER IN THE EQUINE INDUSTRY
Photonic Therapy Assists Horses With the Following Conditions
All Joint Pain
Infertlity / Cycling
Cushing' s disease
all Muscular Pain
Helps Stopping bleedings
Most viral diseases
HOW IS PRLT USED?
PRLT can be used in a fairly general manner. This may include working directly on a trauma, wound, or area of soreness to reduce pain and speed up the healing process. One of the greatest advantages of PRLT is that it can be applied to an injury right after it happens as you are not applying any pressure to injured tissues; instead, you are further stimulating the bodys own natural healing processes.
Is Advanced Photonic Therapy painless?
Yes its 100% without pain.
Advanced Photonic Therapy is non-invasive so the skin is not broken, just like it occurs with the use of an acupuncture needle in order to stimulate the same specific areas of the skin. Horses are no big fans of needles, hence the simplicity and beauty of this therapy for your equine.
what is an acupoint?
Acupoints are areas on the skin which have a lowered electrical resistance and have a measurable slightly positive charge. A positive charge means a more acidic pH and increased pain sensitivity. Due to the fact that applying PRLT creates a slightly negative charge and decreased pH, it’s application to an acupoint will stimulate it. This means that a practitioner using PRLT can influence a very broad range of imbalances in the body.
- Course Features -
Introduction to Anatomy (Bones and Muscles)
Equine key areas of concern Evaluation
Introduction to Photonic types of torches & different wavelengths
Introduction to several usages of photonic red light
Opening the Bladder Meridian
Basic horse assessment
Location of Acupoint & Emergency Points
Introduction to meridians and acupoints
Specific acupoints to different equine situations