Cold Laser Therapy (Low-Level Light or LET)

We offer award-winning Celluma LED Light Therapy treatments which utilizes a combination of red, blue, and near-infrared light therapy to target anti-aging, acne, aches & pain. Originally discovered and backed by NASA, specific wavelengths are well researched and scientifically proven to improve cellular health by accelerating the repair and replenishment of compromised tissue cells to produce therapeutic benefits. The only all-in-one LED light therapy device designed to manage a variety of pain and skin conditions!

During this treatment, you will relax on a heated table, lying under a cozy blanket, and listening to spa music in a private room.

Celluma medical device is FDA cleared to treat the following:

  • Arthritic Pain
  • Fine lines and Wrinkles
  • Muscle Spasms
  • Muscle and Joint Pain/Stiffness
  • Inflammatory Acne Vulgaris (kill acne-causing bacteria)
  • Diminished Local Circulation

Celluma LED Light (Cold Laser) Therapy Benefits:

  • Boost positive energy
  • Increase Circulation
  • Improve skin tone, texture and clarity
  • Boost Collagen Production
  • Speed post-surgery or post-workout recovery
  • Enhance Immune Response
  • Increase ovarian reserve and egg quality
  • Reduce fat

Preparing for LED Light Therapy

Be sure to come free of lotions, so the wavelengths can penetrate more readily. Please note the wavelengths are not able to penetrate clothing.

Contraindications: Epilepsy or seizure disorder, taking photo-sensitive medication, cancerous tumors or metastasis, taking injectable steroidal medications, infants/children under the age of 16.

Women who are pregnant and/or nursing may still treat face and other body parts, but not the stomach or breasts.
Clients used no other modality than Celluma LED Light Therapy to gain these results. Recommended biweekly for 4-8 weeks for optimal results.


  1.  Epilepsy or seizure disorder
  2.  Taking photo-sensitive medication
  3.  Over cancerous tumors or metastasis
  4.  Using injectable cortisone medications
  5.  Infants/children under the age of 12. 
  6.  Women who are pregnant and/or nursing may still treat face and other body parts, but not the stomach or breasts.

General Treatment Protocol:
Recommended twice a week for 4-8 weeks for optimal results.

References for Pain and Arthritis:
Ailioaie C., Lupusoru-Ailioaie L.M. (1991). Positive Effects of Cold Laser Therapy in Rheumatoid Arthritis. Laser Therapy, 11(2); 9-87.
Basirnia A., Sadeghipoor G., Esmaeeli David G. et al. (1998). How Low Power Laser Therapy (Cold Laser) Can Help With Osteoarthritis of the Knee. Radiol Med (Torino), 95 (4):303-9.
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Boggs, W. (2007) Cold Lasers, Electrical Stimulation Help Reduce or Eliminate Knee Pain. BMC Musculoskeletal Disorders.
Gur A., Karakoc K, Nas R. (2002). Efficacy of low power laser therapy in fibromyalgia: A single blind, placebo controlled trial. Lasers Med Sci, 17:57-61.
Lievens P., Van der Veen P. (2002). How Low Laser Therapy (Cold Laser) Can Benefit The Regeneration Of Cartilage Tissue. Lasers Med Sci, 17(4).
Neupane J., Ghimire S., Shakya S. (2010). Effect of light emitting diodes in the photodynamic therapy of rheumatoid arthritis. Photodiagnosis Photodyn Ther. 7(1):44-9.
Stelian J., Gil I., Habot B., et al. (1992). Improvement of pain and disability in elderly patients with degenerative osteoarthritis of the knee treated with narrow-band light therapy. J Am Geriatr Soc, 40(1):23-6.
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References for Fertility:
Avci, Pinar et al. “Low-level laser (light) therapy (LLLT) in skin: stimulating, healing, restoring.” Seminars in cutaneous medicine and surgery vol. 32,1 (2013): 41-52.
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Ohshiro, Toshio. “Personal Overview of the Application of LLLT in Severely Infertile Japanese Females.” Laser therapy vol. 21,2 (2012): 97-103. doi:10.5978/islsm.12-OR-05
Lorne. “Low Level Laser Therapy (LLLT) in Our Infertility Clinic.” Acubalance Wellness Centre, 1 June 2017,
Lorne. “Low Level Laser Therapy (LLLT) in Our Infertility Clinic.” Acubalance Wellness Centre, 1 June 2017,
Avci, Pinar et al. “Low-level laser (light) therapy (LLLT) for treatment of hair loss.” Lasers in surgery and medicine vol. 46,2 (2014): 144-51. doi:10.1002/lsm.22170
Sawhney, Mossum K., and Michael R. Hamblin. “Low-Level Light Therapy (LLLT) for Cosmetics and Dermatology.” Mechanisms for Low-Light Therapy IX, 2014, doi:10.1117/12.2041330.
Hasan, P. et al: “The possible application of low-reactive laser level therapy (LLLT) in the treatment of male infertility”. 1989.
Bartmann, A. et al: “Why do older women have poor impanation rates? A possible role of the mitochondria”. 2004.
Kara, T.: “Lasers in infertility treatment. Irradiation of oocytes and spermatozoa”. 2012.
Firestone, R. et al: “The effects of low-level light exposure on sperm motion characteristics and DNA damage”. 2013.

References for Weight Loss:
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