What is Repuls
This progressive phototherapy method utilises the efficiency of polarised light. The light source used is an intensely bright LED with a red monochromatic light (610-670 nm) and a special polarising film. This enables more than double the depth of penetration into the soft tissue in comparison to polychromatic devices.
How Repuls helps
The monochromatic light stimulates the tissue metabolism leading to the increased formation of collagen fibres (wound healing), new formation and widening of blood and lymphatic vessels (improved perfusion), increased production of anti-inflammatory and pain-relieving substances and also increased resistance against infections.