The ReStore+ panel has revolutionary, patent-pending technology of Dual LEDs! Dual LEDs mean that all 300 LEDs in the ReStore+ panels can produce both red or near-infrared (NIR) light, whereas every other panel on the market has LEDs that can produce red or NIR light; not both.
This is extremely beneficial when carrying out red light therapy treatments with all red light (ie, skin treatments) or all NIR light (ie, muscle, joints, brain, organs, etc.) because now you will have twice as many LEDs producing that red or NIR light.
With dual LEDs, you can be certain to have maximal coverage of the area you are treating versus sporadic light exposure from the various light patterns other panels have. Also, now that you have twice as many LEDs producing light (for all red or all NIR light settings), your treatment sessions will be more efficient because your body will be absorbing more light energy at a given time.
The ReStore+ comes with the option of a sturdy floor stand that allows you to safely position the panel upright anywhere you want on the floor. This leads to increased versatility and potential uses now that you don't have to prop the panel up against anything and worry about it falling on the ground.
BioLight panels incorporate the lowest light flicker on the market (1Hz) and lowest EMF emission (0.0 µT @ 4”).
Photobiomodulation therapy is defined as a form of light therapy that utilizes non-ionizing light sources, including lasers, light emitting diodes, and/or broadband light, in the visible (400 – 700 nm) and near-infrared (700 – 1100 nm) electromagnetic spectrum. It is a non-thermal process involving endogenous chromophores eliciting photophysical (i.e., linear and nonlinear) and photochemical events at various biological scales.
This process results in beneficial therapeutic outcomes including but not limited to the alleviation of pain or inflammation, immunomodulation, and promotion of wound healing and tissue regeneration. The term photobiomodulation (PBM) therapy is now being used by researchers and practitioners instead of terms such as low-level laser therapy (LLLT), cold laser, or laser therapy.