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PrismCare

Seattle’s Premier Full Body
Cold Laser Therapy

PrismCare offers whole body photobiomodulation therapy using the Prism Light Pod. 

The targeted light therapy interacts with body tissues, muscles and nerves to accelerate the natural healing process. Specific wavelengths of light are absorbed by our body cells that speeds mitochondrial healing, similar to photosynthesis in plants.
Use cold laser light therapy to target your personal needs: performance recovery, chronic pain & disorders, injury & wound healing, arthritis & joint pain, anti-aging & skin toning and weight loss. Prism Light Pod delivers optimal photobiomodulation therapy for boosting your immune system and accelerating healing capabilities.

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Frequently asked questions

about the Prism Light Pod and Cold Laser Therapy

  • What is red light or cold laser therapy?
  • What is the difference between cold lasers and infrared or hot laser therapy?
  • What’s the benefit of a full body light pod vs. a handheld cold laser?
  • Is the light pod safe?
  • Are there any contraindications for using the light pod?
  • What are the use cases for the light pod?
  • How many light pod sessions are needed before seeing results?
  • Are there any side effects from the red light therapy?
  • I’ve seen some less expensive red light therapy beds at tanning salons? How do they compare with the Prism Light Pod?
What is red light or cold laser therapy?

Red Light or Cold Laser therapy uses red LEDs to transmit red light into the your body to penetrate muscles, deep tissues, tendons, nerves and body cells to accelerate your body’s natural healing process. Another name for red light therapy is photobiomodulation or (PBM). Prism Light Pod uses 630nm, 660nm red LEDs and 850nm near-infrared LEDs which the FDA classifies as cold laser or class II light therapy systems. Using light waves over 900nm are classified as infrared heat-based as FDA class IV devices with higher certification and insurance requirements because infrared lights may burn patients. Therefore, Prism Light Pod does not use infrared heat-based LEDs.

What is the difference between cold lasers and infrared or hot laser therapy?

Cold Laser, also known as LLLT (Low-level-laser therapy) is a class II device using red LED lights that does not emit heat as a modality. Infrared light therapy is class 4 devices that are higher red light waves beyond 900nm and uses heat. Infrared light therapy must be administered and moved or patients risk being burned. Prism Light Pods are non-invasive, non-fluorescent and non-infrared heat based.

What’s the benefit of a full body light pod vs. a handheld cold laser?

They compliment each other. Handheld cold laser devices focus on healing one targeted patient area at a time and require a chiropractor to administer a small area at a time. It is an “Attended” service and takes time from the Chiropractor. Conversely, patients lay in the full body light pod and light therapy benefits their entire body including the targeted pain area. If you have more than one pain area to treat, the handheld requires much more time and attention from the chiropractor. The Prism Light Pod has six optimized settings and is an “Unattended” service.

Is the light pod safe?

Yes, the Prism Light Pod is non-invasive, non-fluorescent and non-infrared heat based. We include 630nm, 660nm red LEDs and 850nm near-infrared LEDs that are safe and non-heat-based. There are more than 3,000 National Institute of Health articles that support the benefits of red light therapy. Whole-body photobiomodulation systems are FDA-cleared and FDA-approved.

Are there any contraindications for using the light pod?

First, eye protection must be worn when lying in the light pod. Pregnant women, women breast-feeding should not lie within the light pod. Patients with active cancer must get a permission letter from their physician to use the Prism Light Pod. Patients can cover areas that they don’t want to be exposed to the red LED lights such as wearing a sports bra if they prefer not to lose fat cells within their breast area.

What are the use cases for the light pod?

The Light Pod is optimized for six uses cases: Accelerates Performance Recovery, Arthritis & Joint Pain Relief, Chronic Pain Relief, Speeds Injury & Wound Healing, Accelerates Weight Loss and Improves Skin Tone & Anti-Aging.

How many light pod sessions are needed before seeing results?

Patients have seen performance recovery and pain relief after several 15-minute sessions. We recommend 2-3 weekly treatments for the Prism uses cases and ongoing preventative maintenance.

Are there any side effects from the red light therapy?

Patients will feel positive effects after one or more sessions. Studies show no negative side effects. However, positive impact from reduced stress, less fatigue, improved energy, weight-loss and fewer wrinkles were seen within patients. Results may vary based upon patient health and condition.

I’ve seen some less expensive red light therapy beds at tanning salons? How do they compare with the Prism Light Pod?

Those retrofitted tanning beds use fluorescent red LED tube lights that only penetrate the skin layer/epidermis. Fluorescent tube lights are on the hazardous materials list. The Prism Light Pod uses industrial strength red LED lights that directly penetrate into your muscles, deep tissue, tendons and body cells. It has six optimized use cases delivering photobiomodulation healing. The retrofitted tanning red light beds only promote anti-wrinkling. We have a detailed whitepaper explaining the differences.



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Seattle, WA 98136


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108 Factory Ave N 2A
Renton, WA 98057




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