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ARTHRITIS PAIN and LUMEN PHOTON THERAPY

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Do you suffer from arthritis pain?

Are you looking for a non-invasive way to manage, control, and possibly even relieve your arthritis pain?

Try Photon Therapy.

Research shows no side effects with photon therapy!!!

Photon Therapy is safe and it works!

  • Stimulates Natural Healing Power Of Your Own Body Cells
  • Non Invasive
  • No Drugs
  • Pain Free
  • Results-Oriented

In addition, over 40 years of Independent Worldwide Research and clinical tests prove photon therapy helps relieve pain & inflammation.

How does Photon Therapy actually work?

  • Temporarily Increases Localized Circulation
  • Reduces Pain in Bones, Joints, Deep Muscle, Etc.

What does scientific research show?

  • Over 40 Years Independent Worldwide Research Shows Beneficial Therapeutic Changes At Cellular Level

How fast will it work?

  • People Might Notice Positive Changes With A Single 20-30 Minute Treatment

Lumen 90 Photon Therapy Device

Why Lumen Photon Therapy?

  • Lumen LEDs Are The Most Potent On Market
  • Lumen LEDs Penetrate At Least 9” Into Body

What else can Lumen Photon Therapy be used for?

  • Research Indicates Photon Therapy May Improve Or Eliminate Acute & Chronic Conditions Such As Injuries Resulting From Disease-based Conditions, Physical Trauma, Work-related Stresses, Training, & Other High Performance Activities

Would you be more specific?

  • Sprains & Strains                               * Fibromyalgia
  • Repetitive Injuries (RSI)                * Tendonitis
  • Tennis & Golfer’s Elbow                  * Carpal Tunnel Syndrome (CTS)
  • Injury & Soft Tissue Healing         * Lower Back Pain
  • Soft Tissue Swelling                          * Arthritis
  • Non-Healing Wounds                      * Musculoskeletal Issues & Pain Management
  • Hematomas

To read more and to get your own Lumen Photon Therapy Device visit us at www.YourNextWaveAffiliates.com

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Please remember that this information is provided for educational purposes only.  Contact your medical practitioner for medical advice.

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