FDA approves Healite II phototherapy system

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FDA approves Healite II phototherapy system
FDA approves Healite II phototherapy system
The Food & Drug Administration has awarded marketing clearance to the Healite II, a phototherapy system. The product can be used to relieve minor muscle and joint pain, arthritis and muscle spasm; stiffness; promote the relaxation of muscle tissue and increase blood circulation.

“Healite II offers technological advances to ensure maximum energy delivery to the tissue and ease-of-use features that providers will appreciate,” said R. G. Calderhead, Vice President of the Medical and Scientific Affairs Division at Lutronic. 

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