WHAT IS A MEDICAL LAMP PHOTOTHERAPY?
A medical lamp phototherapy involves illumination of the skin of the body or face with light emitted by a special medical lamp.
A medical lamp is a tool used in phototherapy, using LED light of different wavelengths. It consists of six colors that provide a broad spectrum of action. During the treatment, cells are stimulated, which directly affects skin regeneration and elimination of inflammation. This increases the production of collagen and elastin, which improves skin quality and firming.
A medical lamp phototherapy is also used to treat dermatological conditions such as acne, vitiligo and psoriasis. In addition, this lamp may be used in medical rehabilitation, among others as an aid in reducing pain, treating sports injuries or degenerative changes.
- Skin rejuvenation
- Treatment of acne, vitiligo, psoriasis
- Supporting the healing and regeneration of tissues
- Reduction of inflammation and pain
- Reduction of scars and stretch marks
- Certain eye diseases
- Neoplastic diseases
- Inflammation, bacterial and viral infections
Recommended number of treatments: recommended treatment series - 5-10 treatments performed 2-3 times a week.
The final number of procedures and their frequency is determined during a consultation taking into account the patient's individual needs and expectations.
FREQUENTLY ASKED QUESTIONS - MEDICAL LAMP PHOTOTHERAPY
Usually, the recommended treatment series is 5-10 treatments performed every 2-3 days. The final number of treatments and their frequency is determined during an individual consultation taking into account the patient's individual needs.