Healing with the
Speed of Light
When and where
to apply Phovia
How Phovia is different than laser therapy
The difference is fluorescence. Traditional therapy laser requires very precise positioning to ensure optimal beam delivery intensity and often covers a smaller treatment area.4 In addition, lasers require more frequent and longer treatments, up to 15 minutes each.
While most light therapy systems are limited to a single wavelength, addressing at most one level of the skin, the Phovia chromophores release FLE at multiple wavelengths, giving multiple beneficial cellular responses simultaneously.
Case Study #1
A 5-year-old Quarter Horse stallion with traumatic wound abrasions showed a reduction in inflammation and healing time after a total of 3 Phovia sessions using two 2 minute back-to-back treatments. Prior to first Phovia session, the wound was rinsed with saline and chlorhexidine, plus Derma GeL® was applied daily for the first week.