This looks very interesting, as it appears you can have both minor pain relief and work on your wrinkles at the same time, so you have a choice to strap on the unit or use it on the stand as shown below.
The before and after pictures look pretty good for the treatment of wrinkles. It certainly appears to be a move to devices from the standard creams and lotions that have been available in the past for both beauty and pain relief. The special price shown on the web site today is $349.00.
More scientific information can be found here. Over the years I have received many such products as gifts during the holidays and I must say the devices are getting “smarter” every year. I also am curious if this has the potential of replacing botox and other therapy treatments in time. The technology has been around since 2004. BD
LED Technologies, LLC announced today that the U.S. Food and Drug Administration (FDA) cleared their DPL" Therapy System for the relaxation of muscles and relief of muscle spasms, temporary relief of minor muscle and joint aches, pains and stiffness; temporary relief of minor pain and stiffness associated with arthritis; and to temporarily increase local blood circulation. This clearance launches the way for the DPL" Therapy System to bring temporary pain relief technology directly to the consumer without a prescription.
The future of the DPL™ Therapy System is extremely bright as its applications expand beyond the minor pain relief field. Currently, LED Technologies, LLC is developing new DPL™ (Deep Penetrating Light) treatments for wrinkle reduction, TMJ, Fibromyalgia, Acne and a variety of other pain and wound healing applications.
The system also includes a stand for use on the face and an easily adjustable strapping system which helps you place the panels almost anywhere on your body.