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Light Force Therapy Rollouts A Redesign of Its Best-Selling LFT9000 Model, Offering A Sleeker Look With More User-Friendly Features And Optional Car Adapter


10/19/2005 5:10:17 PM

ELIZABETH, Colo., March 4 /PRNewswire/ -- Light Force Therapy, the leader in cutting-edge therapeutic technologies since 1998, has launched a redesigned model of its LFT9000 light therapy device. The announcement is made by Kim Peterson, co-founder of Light Force Therapy. Peterson says the LFT9000 is the company's most popular model -- selling over 5000 units per month.

"The introduction of the redesigned LFT9000 is very exciting for us," Peterson explains. "The practical features of this device and its user-friendly shape make it exceptionally easy for pain sufferers to find fast, effective and safe pain relief from a variety of ailments."

The new LFT9000 possesses a sleek and convenient design and offers a list of features including: seven user-controlled settings, a full-cycle setting that takes the guess work out of finding the right setting; and an optional car adapter for pain relief on the go. The device features 48 Light Emitting Diodes (LEDs) in the red and infrared spectrum which have been clinically proven to penetrate at the cellular level. The LFT9000 is the company's best-selling option for those looking for relief from minor muscle and joint pain, arthritis pain and muscle spasm.

About Light Force Therapy

Light Force Therapy manufactures hand-held units that use Light Emitting Diodes (LEDs) to help alleviate and, in some cases, eliminate the nuisance of several types of pain that are so common to virtually everyone at one time or another. Back in 1998, the light therapy concept was initially a successful treatment for injured and abandoned horses, but in October 2000 Light Force Therapy's LED technology was cleared by the FDA to be effective in treating humans as well.

"We didn't go after the human market; it came to us," said Peterson. "All of our promotional material was geared toward the equestrian market. But, after attending events to promote our company, we found that horse owners were using the products on themselves . . . we really felt an obligation to offer this technology to the human market after seeing the extremely positive results," she said.

For more information go to http://www.lightforcetherapy.com/ or contact Maggie Chamberlin Holben at maggie@absolutelypr.com or 303-984-9801.

Light Force Therapy

CONTACT: Maggie Chamberlin Holben of Absolutely Public Relations,+1-303-984-9801, maggie@absolutelypr.com, for Light Force Therapy


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