dpl® Flex PadPain Relief Light Therapy
dpl® Flex PadPain Relief Light Therapy
dpl® Flex PadPain Relief Light Therapy
dpl® Flex PadPain Relief Light Therapy
dpl® Flex PadPain Relief Light Therapy

dpl® Flex PadPain Relief Light Therapy


dpl® Flex Pad—Pain Relief Light Therapy


The dpl® Flex Pad provides relaxation to muscles and relieves muscle spasms; relief of muscle and join aches, pain and stiffness associated with arthritis and to increase local blood circulation. This medical-grade device safely relieves pain associated with many physical ailments.

The Most Flexible Light Therapy Device—Used by Professionals, Athletes, & Physicians 

The dpl® Flex Pad is an FDA-cleared, OTC Class II medical device for pain relief. This flexible system can be used anywhere on the body. Experience 60 medical-grade infrared light in the comfort of your own home. Safely stimulate blood circulation, relax muscles, accelerate healing, and relieve pain.. Feel better in just 20 minutes!

• 60 powerful medical-grade LED lights
• 8” x 5” treatment area and penetrate deep into tissue
• Great for sport injuries, arthritis, neuropathy, sprains, Carpal Tunnel Syndrome, neck and shoulder stiffness, sore back, ankle swelling, and tissue repair
• Safe, natural solution for all skin tyes

See product featured in article “Top 5 Infrared Light Therapy Devices

How to use: Place on body and secure straps. Plug into a battery bank or electrical outlet. Press on/off switch to activate device. You can only see the red LED’s; the others are in the Infrared light spectrum and can’t be seen with the human eye. Treatment time is 20 minutes and can be used multiple times per day.


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Mary Brown -
Neurologist recommended Anodyne light therapy for non-diabetic peripheral neuropathy in my legs but the cost of the treatments was high and the home version of that product was close to $1000. The FlexPad has similar infrared strength that's in the range that should help with circulation and was much less expensive. I was worried that it would take a lot longer to use it doing each leg separately but found that I could lay it on the floor and put both feet on it for a single treatment. I've also wrapped it around an arthritic knee and sore back. Got the most direct pain relief on the back and knee. I get some relief in my feet but it will take longer for the increased circulation to help the nerves in my feet. Well worth the price and the time it takes.