Light energy wave therapy encompasses both thermal and non-thermal biological effects. Depending on the specific effect, it can assist in improving human blood circulation, metabolism, inflammatory responses, wound healing, and other supportive treatments. The wavelength range of far-infrared (FIR) is approximately between 0.75 to 10000 micrometers, and it can be further categorized into near-infrared, mid-infrared, far-infrared, and ultra-far-infrared based on wavelength differences. While previous technologies typically operated within the range of 8 to 14 micrometers, advancements now enable the locking of the wavelength within the range of 9 to 10 micrometers. This specific wavelength range, known as "light energy waves," closely aligns with the human body's wavelength (9.35 micrometers). Due to its significant effects, light energy waves are widely applied in household medical devices.

The longer wavelength and stronger energy of light energy waves not only induce a thermal effect but also exhibit a non-thermal biological effect. This non-thermal effect involves resonance absorption with large molecular cells inside the human body, triggering molecular vibrations, activating dormant stem cell differentiation, and enhancing cellular activity and metabolic functions. Light energy waves are applicable in the treatment of conditions such as poor peripheral circulation, challenging wound healing, and discomfort caused by chronic diseases.