Red light therapy can help with recovery and muscle soreness and also deliver improvements for mobility and circulation Looking for ways to increase your revenue and offer your clients a premium service? Red light therapy might be exactly what you’re looking for.
Red light therapy equipment supplier Red Light Rising offers the world's largest and most powerful, modular, full-body red light therapy units for permanent, mobile and horizontal setups.
According to the brand, red light therapy is the perfect addition to a health and physical performance-focused business.
It can easily be added as a complementary treatment in gyms, spas, chiropractic and physiotherapy clinics and many more. The device is easy to operate and sessions only last 10-20 minutes meaning you can maximise your time and revenue.
More in demand than ever before, red light therapy can benefit your business in several ways, including:
Adding 50-100 per cent more revenue to your current monthly returns
Attracting new customers and creating a reputation for your business
Providing immediate results at an affordable cost with clients walking away happy and satisfied
Offering a service that’s suitable for several conditions yet personalised to every client’s needs.
Several sports centres and spas are already offering red light therapy treatments amongst their services with great results.
Check out sports scientist, researcher and owner of Athletic Lab Mike Young's success story below and don’t wait another minute to take your business to the next level.
“The product has won me over," he said, "there's often a line of athletes waiting to use the red light because they've experienced the benefits for themselves."
If you’re interested in learning more about how to incorporate red light therapy into your business, book a call with one of the founders directly with this link.
To discover Red Light Rising’s premium red light therapy devices, visit its official website.
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