Tendlite:An anti-inflammatory analgesic red light review
Red Light Therapy device
A review of the Tendlite, a home red light therapy device specificly designed for joint and muscle pain relief.
The Tendlite is a red light therapy device that focuses on treating joint and muscle pain. FDA approved, it is considered an ‘anti-inflammatory analgesic light recommended by doctors, physical therapists and athletic trainers. For just a fraction of what it would cost to visit a doctor’s office, this convenient hand held LLLT home device can safely and effectively aid in injury recovery with 1-2 minute treatment sessions 2 to 3 times a day (for up to 3 weeks). Studies also show that the Tendlite can be a viable alternative to taking prescription drugs and over-the-counter medicines for pain management.
Lightweight and compact, the Tendlite’s stainless steel cylinder design is similar to that of a small flashlight. Easy to use, the Tendlite generates a powerful 1600 mW output of one red LED light that emits a wavelength of 660nm with the option of 3 different intensity settings. Sold as an ‘all-inclusive kit’, the Tendlite comes with its own carrying case, one Li-ion rechargeable battery, a battery charger and protective goggles. Penetrated at various levels, the Tendlite can relieve joint pain, promote faster healing and help manage pain; resulting in increased mobility and enhanced quality of life.
Weight- 2.4 ounces
Product dimensions- 4.8 x 1 x 1 inches
How Tendlite Works:
Pro's of the Tendlite
What We Don't Like:
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What the Tendlite is good for:
- Plantar Fasciitis
- Achilles heel
- Muscle tears
- Ligament damage
The Tendlite is a great option for home red light therapy. Its cost effective and in general have a high review from most customers. It is important to understand that results may differ for different people, it is probable the best unit for pain relief on the market.
The Good Stuff:
- FDA and doctor approved
- Relieves minor muscle and joint pain
- Quality Product
The Bad Stuff: