Best Pad Red Lights

best pads for pain reliefLight therapy pads have a huge advantage over other device designs. You can wrap a pad around the treatment spot for a hands-free session. So long as the pad is battery-operated, you have portability and mobility too.

I chose the dpi therapy pads because they conform to different body areas. The Flex Pad treats the back and front of the body. The Wrst Wrap fits the lower arm. The Joint Wrap is my favorite just because it’s a rare design. This pad wraps around the shoulder, elbow, knee or ankle.

These wraps run on rechargeable batteries and so the devices do not emit non-natural EMFs, making these lights safe to hold right against your body. When you do use a light this way, you get the entire light output of each diode. Devices you hold at any distance from the target allow the light to reflect off the skin.

Wraps are best for people who need targeted treatment that is portable, hands-free, and lightweight.

dpl Flex Pad
dpl Wrist Wrap
dpl Joint Wrap

Best Wraps for Pain Relief

for BACK
for CARPAL
for JOINTS

Device Rating (compared to all devices in PAIN RELIEF)

Wavelengths Best for

Pain Relief

Anti-Aging

Wavelengths Can Also Be Used for

Acne/
Psoriasis

Brain Injury/
Parkinson's/
Dementia

Convenience

Portable (not tethered to a cable)

Hands Free (device is attached to body)

Easy to Pack

Power Supply

110v Cord

USB Cord

Battery

Safety

Non-Natural EMFs (if Red X, hold at 6 inches)

Features

Blue

Green

Amber

Red

Infrared

Can Run Wavelengths Separately

Timer

Instructions

15-20 minutes per spot up to 3x/day

15-20 minutes per spot up to 3x/day

15-20 minutes per spot up to 3x/day

Irradiance

Not Stated

Not Stated
Not Stated
Dimensions

Not Stated

Not Stated 

Not Stated 

EMF Channel Notes

Best for
  • Upper Back
  • Lower Back
  • Chest
  • Stomach
  • Hip
  • Hamstring
  • Quad
  • Calf
  • Shin
  • Foot
Best for
  • Wrist
  • Shin
  • Calf
Best for
  • Shoulder
  • Elbow
  • Wrist
  • Knee
  • Ankle

Pros and Cons of Wearable Light Pads

Pros

  • Portable, not tethered to a power wire
  • Hands free
  • Maximum absorption, no light lost to reflection or to distance

Cons

  • Not easy to use on head, ears

Convenient to Treat These Areas with a Wrap

  • Ankle
  • Back, Upper
  • Back, Lower
  • Chest
  • Elbow
  • Foot
  • Hand
  • Hip
  • Knee
  • Leg, Lower
  • Leg, Upper
  • Neck
  • Shoulder
  • Throat
  • Wrist

Less Convenient

  • Head
  • Ear

Wrap is Best for

The wrap is best for someone who wants a portable and hands free therapy experience. It's easy to target any area on the body by choosing the pad designed for that body part.

Price

$159

$99

$159

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