Years of extensive device engineering research and development
Less than the cost of the most powerful Class 4 medical lasers
700+ successful prior models sold to integrative medical doctors
More powerful than traditional LED technology
Firefly: Powerful Multi-Spectral Therapy for Pain, Pathogens, and Cognitive Decline
How is Firefly Light Therapy Different from Traditional LEDs or Lasers?
We realize you may already own an LED or Laser but see how it compares:
1. The Power: 37,710 milliwatts of power to be exact–at or above any Class IV laser
2. The Permeation Depth: At our power level you can permeate the body up to 20 centimeters or 8 inches
3. It’s Multi-Spectral: 8 different wavelengths can be used in any combination
4. It’s Programmable: Combine the Firefly Clinic Pro with our F-Scan to pinpoint pathogens & potentially eliminate them
5. It’s Affordable: We want Firefly Light Therapy in every Functional and Integrative clinic so we’re keeping the cost as low as possible and very competitive with any comparable device (and there truly isn’t any comparable device).
Introducing Firefly Light Therapy: The latest in multi-spectrum LED light therapy for pain, neurological disorders, and pathogen issues. Exciting data from current clinical studies indicate that Bales Photonics Firefly Light Therapy may be able to reverse the symptoms of central nervous system disorders like Parkinson’s and Alzheimer’s. Additionally, extensive proof exists documenting pain relief from all types of inflammatory diseases and injuries with the use of this multi-spectrum technology.
The Firefly Clinic and Clinic Pro Models utilize a powerful wave of light to penetrate the skin, tissue, and surrounding nerves to treat soft tissue injuries, reduce pain, promote wound healing, and provide therapy for chronic conditions such as arthritis and failed back syndrome. Before and after infrared images of treated areas show increased blood circulation that allows the body to heal itself without drugs or surgery.
Injuries (car, work, etc)
(herniated discs, etc.)
Chronic regional pain syndrome (Type I & II)
Myofascial (muscle) pain
Repetitive stress injuries
Carpal tunnel syndrome
Failed back syndrome
Thoracic outlet syndrome