DPL Nuve Handheld Light Therapy for Pain and Skin
11 Oct 2019
Walmart DPL Nuve Handheld Light Therapy for Pain and Skin - Large Head
Get Effective Pain Therapy in Minutes - Now Available in Two Sizes! Deep Penetrating Light therapy was first used by NASA to treat injuries in space. Now it is available for home use. DPL(r) Nuve Handheld Light Therapy Systems target swollen joints, inflammation and stiffness with soothing, healing LED light. This infrared light penetrates deep into the muscle tissue to help cellular regeneration, to speed healing and pain relief. Use just a few minutes a day to loosen tight muscles, increase blood circulation, reduce swelling and increase your quality of life. Choose the Original system featuring 60 powerful pain-penetrating LEDs or the new Oversized system providing a 40% larger treatment area with 72 LEDs and an adjustable strap for hands free use. Non-invasive and drug free. FDA listed. Includes travel bag and AC adapter. Auto shut- off. Original 71/2" L x 21/4" W x 13/4" H; Oversized 73/4" L x 31/2" W x 11/2" H.
Great way to relieve arthritic joint pain with no side-effects
The immediate pain relief allows you to get back to what you love doing
Perfect for athletes with sore or tight muscles
This relaxing light therapy can also soothe you to sleep
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