Red light therapy reduces inflammation by increasing blood flow and circulation to damaged tissues. Red light therapy also reduces oxidative stress and helps boost your ATP (adenosine triphosphate) cellular energy production. Producing more core cellular energy helps tissues regenerate and heal faster.  Numerous clinical studies have shown how red light therapy eases pain and reduces inflammation.
One of the main reasons red light therapy is so effective for healing joint, bone, and soft tissue is the significant collagen boost people experience with red light therapy.
Red Light Therapy for Knee Pain
In study after study, red light therapy has reduced people’s knee pain and increased their knee function.  A large base of research shows red light therapy reduces pain from knee osteoarthritis and improves patients’ quality of life. [13,14,15,16,17] Red light therapy treatments have also helped patients with meniscus tears avoid invasive knee surgery. 
Cartilage regeneration: Instead of simply numbing pain, red light therapy treatments address the root cause of injuries by increasing blood circulation and stimulating natural knee cartilage regeneration. 
Red light therapy is used as a natural joint pain and arthritis treatment.
Rheumatoid arthritis results: The best results in a major review of arthritis cases was found in people suffering from rheumatoid arthritis pain. Patients’ pain was reduced by up to 70 percent with red light therapy treatments. 
Less morning stiffness: Red light therapy also reduced morning stiffness in participants by 27.5 minutes, and significantly increased hand flexibility. 
Improved hand osteoarthritis: Red light treatments were also shown to significantly reduced pain in women with osteoarthritis. This meta-analysis also documented extensive, positive results for the use of light therapy for arthritis in the knees, neck, back, jaw, and other areas. 
Relief from fibromyalgia joint pain
Dr. Sarah Ballantyne (aka Paleo Mom) is a biophysicist and New York Times best-selling author. Dr. Sarah says using Red Light Therapy has kept her joint pain at bay better than anything else she’s tried.
Red Light Therapy for Back Pain
Red light therapy has shown promising results spinal injuries and low back pain. A 2016 study concluded that the combination of red light therapy and stretching decreased spinal pain more effectively than just placebo therapy. 
Gold medalist Dutch gymnast Sanne Wevers uses red light therapy for injuries and strain when she trains, especially for back injuries and back pain.
HOW TO USE
Place on body and secure straps. Plug into a electrical outlet. Press on/off switch to activate device. You can only see the red LED’s; the others are in the Infrared light spectrum and can’t be seen. Treatment time is 20 minutes and 1-2 times per day.