Photoactivation is a way to activate cells obtained from bone marrow, prp, or adipose. Generally In living cells the photomodulation will target flavins, cytochromes, iron-sulfur complexes, quinines, heme, enzymes, and other transition metal ligand bond structures” but is not limited to these components and has a world of benefits in regenerative medicine.




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Did you know?

Photoactivation is the only shining light on your cells

What are the possible risks involved?

There are relatively few risks in using photoactivation for treatment.  Keeping sterile technique and following proper protocols makes a photoactivated injection very safe.

How long does the process/procedure take?

Photoactivation has been proven to be a great and fast option for many. The full procedure takes 20 minutes and has anyone back on their feet that same day.

How do you obtain it?

Turn on AdiLight 2 to emit specific light frequencies to cell sample in syringe.

Do's & Don'ts

The Do's

    Pre and Post injection protocols should be discussed with your doctor.  However, having a healthy diet, being well hydrated, and active will help your recovery.  Patients are generally able to resume normal activities within a few days.

What is the benefit?

A 10-minute exposure of WBC and platelets, to AdiLight-2 prior to injection, significantly diminishes pain, as well as potentiates and accelerates healing potentials of PRP. A beneficial combinant of autologous conditioned serum (ACS) and PRP is created through a simple 10-minute scientifically proven technique.

What has photoactivation shown to do?

Pro-inflammatory cytokines (IL1, IL2, IL6 and TNFalpha) are inhibited -anti-inflammatory cytokines (IL1Ra and IL10) are induced as well as the observation of beta endorphin release.

What can I expect immediately following the procedure?

Photoactivation may reduce discomfort post injection. The cytokine release seen with AdiLight 2 creates a highly desired response when pathophysiological conditions resulting from chronic inflammation states and irritation are considered.