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The DRIPBaR Greenwood Village Red Light Therapy

Skin Rejuvenation & Pain Relief Near Centennial & Cherry Hills Village

At The DRIPBaR Greenwood Village, we offer Red Light Therapy as a service. Red Light Therapy is emerging as a promising treatment to address the signs of aging, and has been used to treat a variety of conditions; including acne, fine lines, sun damage, and more.  

If you’re located near Greenwood Village, Highlands Ranch, Centennial, or Cherry Hills CO, feel free to book a free consultation with us today and let us help you with your health.

To learn more about red light therapy, give The DRIPBaR Greenwood Village a call at (303) 353-1416 or book an appointment online today!

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What is Red Light Therapy? 

Red Light Therapy, also referred to as low-level light therapy (LLLT) or photobiomodulation (PBM), employs specific wavelengths of red light to help promote healing, reduce pain, and inflammation within the body. This form of phototherapy involves exposing the skin to red light, typically emitted by an LED (light-emitting diode) lamp or device, for a predetermined duration.

At The DRIPBaR Greenwood Village, our Red Light Therapy services function by stimulating the mitochondria, the cellular organelles responsible for producing energy. This stimulation promotes the generation of ATP (adenosine triphosphate), the vital energy currency of cells. Consequently, cells are enhanced in their ability to repair and regenerate, leading to potential improvements in various health conditions.

To further optimize the benefits of Red Light Therapy, we offer the option to combine it with mitochondrial stimulating infusions at The DRIPBaR Greenwood Village. In fact, it is possible to simultaneously receive Red Light Therapy alongside an IV drip. Our assortment of drips is designed to support mitochondrial health and maximize the anti-aging advantages both internally and externally.

Red Light Therapy pairs well with our following IV drips:

  • Firm
  • Time Machine
  • NAD+

The Benefits of Red Light Therapy at The DRIPBaR Greenwood Village 

Red Light Therapy has demonstrated a range of benefits, including:

  • Pain relief: Red Light Therapy has the potential to alleviate pain and inflammation associated with conditions such as arthritis, fibromyalgia, and back pain.
  • Skin rejuvenation: By stimulating collagen production and enhancing skin texture, Red Light Therapy may diminish the appearance of fine lines, sun damage, wrinkles, and acne scars, contributing to skin rejuvenation.
  • Muscle recovery: Red Light Therapy has been observed to reduce muscle soreness and facilitate recovery following exercise or injury.
  • Improved mood and sleep: Through the increased production of serotonin and melatonin, Red Light Therapy shows promise in improving mood and enhancing the quality of sleep.
  • Reduced inflammation: Red Light Therapy may help to mitigate inflammation within the body, potentially impacting a range of health conditions.
  • Wound healing: Red Light Therapy may help to expedite the healing process for wounds, burns, and other skin injuries.

Who Should Use Red Light Therapy at The DRIPBaR Greenwood Village

Red Light Therapy serves as a valuable complement to IV therapy, offering potential benefits for individuals seeking to enhance their overall health and well-being. It has been shown to promote healing, reduce inflammation, and improve circulation. It may also help reduce pain and stiffness in joints and muscles, as well as improve skin health and reduce the appearance of fine lines and wrinkles. 

However, it is crucial to recognize that Red Light Therapy may not be suitable for everyone, particularly individuals with specific medical conditions. For instance, individuals with epilepsy, photosensitivity, or thyroid disorders should consult their healthcare provider before incorporating Red Light Therapy into their routine. Pregnant women are advised to avoid using Red Light Therapy on their abdomen or pelvic region.

Additionally, it’s important to use the appropriate equipment and follow safety guidelines when using Red Light Therapy at home or in a clinical setting.

What is the Process for Red Light Therapy? 

Red Light Therapy at The DRIPBaR Greenwood Village in Colorado is typically administered using a device that emits red and near-infrared light. Clients sit or lie down in front of the device, and the light is directed at the area of the body being treated. 

The treatment typically lasts for 10-20 minutes, and clients can receive multiple sessions per week.


Q: Are there any side effects of Red Light Therapy?

A: Red Light Therapy is generally considered as a safe treatment with minimal side effects. Occasionally, individuals may encounter mild skin irritation, headaches, or temporary redness, which usually subsides on its own without intervention. However, it is important to note that in rare instances, Red Light Therapy can potentially lead to eye damage. To safeguard against this risk, it is essential for clients to wear protective goggles specifically designed for the treatment during their sessions.

Q: Is Red Light Therapy safe?

A: Yes, Red Light Therapy is generally considered safe and non-invasive. However, it’s important to use the appropriate equipment and follow safety guidelines when using Red Light Therapy at home or in a clinical setting.

Q: How often should I use Red Light Therapy?

A: The frequency of Red Light Therapy treatments depends on the individual and the specific condition being treated. Generally, it’s recommended to start with a few sessions per week and gradually increase as needed.

Q: What should I expect during a Red Light Therapy session?

A: When undergoing a Red Light Therapy session, you will typically position yourself in a seated or reclined position in front of a Red Light Therapy device. The duration of the session can vary, ranging from a few minutes up to an hour, depending on the particular treatment protocol. While experiencing the treatment, you might perceive a gentle warming sensation, but overall, the procedure is typically painless.

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