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Any one tried LED infrared light therapy for peripheral light therapy?

Hi new to this forum

I have B12 deficiency - at least at this point I think I do. My level was 133 - I have had 6 shots for this so far and am roughly following Freddds protocol.

I've just ordered a DPL LED light therapy unit for the treatment of peripheral neuropathy which in turn was due to low B12. Anybody else have any experience using something similar?

clive c

MY First point and I miss typed the title - never mind AGHHHHH!


senior member
Concord, NH
Welcome to the Forum. Not familiar with what you are talking about, but someone will probably chime in.


PS Just put the correct title at the bottom of your Post in Caps and Bold, so it stands out, perhaps? Or ask a Moderator to fix it.