FlexBEAM Targeted Red Light Therapy
Do Your Bones Know it is About to Rain?
Which bothers you more about arthritis — the inflammation? Or the bone-on-bone where the cartilage used to be? My mother used to say, “Getting old is not for sissies.”
I Can’t Find My Cartilage
At 50 years old, I made an emergency visit to the orthopedist.
My doctor said, “You have the knee of a 70 year old.” I had (and still have) no cartilage in my right knee.
He said I was too young for a knee replacement.
The joint would last ten years.
I would have to have another replacement at 60, and 70, and 80 years old.
The Unexpectedly Happy Surgery Delay
My doctor said I would be unhappy with any surgery he might do.
Synovial bodies clung to my patella like barnacles.
The kneecap shifted so far to the right that I was walking in two directions at once.
My knee was too complicated.
I Was Secretly Relieved
I didn’t argue.
Yes, I was disappointed in my lack of options.
I was also terrified of the knee replacement surgery.
Today, I am grateful my doctor delayed my knee replacement.
While I waited to be “old enough” for the surgery, researchers were inventing red light therapy.
While I was delaying my surgery, two amazing discoveries were going on in medical research.
First, researchers found that laser light therapy could reduce inflammation, and drastically reduce pain.
Second, they found (to everyone’s surprise) that LED (light emitting diode) bulbs were just as effective as lasers at triggering the healing response.
Test upon Test Confirms the Healing Response
Because of this doubt, scientists tested LED healing over, and over, and over again.
The research is still going strong, but not to ease the doubt.
The doubt is long gone.
Today, the LED research is finding more ways that low-cost LED therapy can help the body to heal itself.
How the Delay Was So Worth It
Medical lasers and LEDs are both effective.
But lasers are expensive, and dangerous.
LEDs are low-cost and harmless.
As a result, we are witnessing the birth of a healing method right out of Star Trek.
When I uncovered the science, the history, and the industry of red light therapy, I knew I would invest in light therapy for my knee.
I researched red light companies, red light machines, and red light delivery methods.
What is the FlexBEAM?
The FlexBEAM device is a three-lamp unit that you strap right to the problem area.
“Irradiance” is the amount of energy that actually reaches the body, and the FlexBEAM has a remarkably high irradiance.
You can expect 1.5 to 25 mW from respectable light therapy devices.
The FlexBEAM floods the body’s light receptors with 37.5 mW irradiance, giving your body a powerful bath of photons at each session.
(Less powerful devices will work. You just need to spend more time each session to get the healing effect.)
The FlexBEAM’s lamps make direct contact with the body.
The skin contact prevents energy loss you see with panel red light devices.
Distance creates energy loss, and there’s no distance between the FlexBEAM and you.
The FlexBEAM transmits the majority of its energy right into the treatment spot.
Scientists Make the FlexBEAM
FlexBEAM is the flagship therapy product of ReCharge, a Taiwanese company owned and run by scientists.
The FlexBEAM is the world’s first crowd-funded, FDA-cleared red light therapy device.
Based on Hundreds Thousands of Studies
The key to red light therapy is getting the right dosage of the right kind of light.
The dosage is the amount of energy you absorb.
The body prefers certain wavelengths to others.
In thousands of studies, the 630 nm and 830 nm wavelengths consistently trigger healing effects.
The FlexBEAM bathes the body in these wavelengths.
Get the Portable, Battery Powered FlexBEAM Here
The FlexBEAM is a hands-free device.
I cook dinner and do laundry while doing my red light therapy.
The rechargeable battery means there are no cords tethering me to the wall outlet.
You can use the FlexBEAM anywhere on your body to trigger the healing cascade that defeats inflammation and pain.
(Light therapy is good for the face, but high amounts of infrared are counterproductive. Do not use the FlexBeam on your face.)
Click the button to buy your FlexBEAM on the ReCharge site.
FlexBEAM is a crowd-funded device.
The last time I checked, there were only 97 units left in this run.
This batch will be gone soon.
- 1x FlexBEAM red light therapy device
- 3x straps
- 1x protective sleeve
- 1x 48-page guidebook
- 1x power adapter (choose your country at checkout)
How FlexBEAM is Better
- Pressed onto your body means less light leakage, so you get a larger dose per minute
- Angular design also prevents light loss, so you get more light
- Battery-powered and wearable, so you can multi-task while doing therapy
- Red, Red+Infrared, and Infrared, three easy settings, with powerful results
- Invented and engineered by scientsts who give you the state of the art design
- No side effects, no surgery, no pills, no toxins, no doctor’s visits, no repeat charges!
What if I Need Help?
- 30-day no-questions-asked returns
- 2-year warranty
- Contact support at firstname.lastname@example.org
Word to the New User
Red light therapy is slow and steady. Some people feel better after the first treatment. But a lifetime of damage will not heal overnight. Give it at least 60 days of treatments according to the included instructions. I’ve been using my FlexBEAM for 35 days. I’ve noticed that my knee creaks a lot less on the stairs. It’s only just the beginning.
Use code KICKOFF20 at checkout