• After treatment, the mean ± SD number of insensate sites on both feet was 2.3 ± 2.4, an improvement of 71%.
  • In the case of diabetic peripheral neuropathy, there have been no reports of either spontaneous reversal of this condition or efficacy of any nonsurgical intervention.

Restoration of sensation, reduced pain, and improved balance in subjects with diabetic peripheral neuropathy
Improved sensitivity in patients with peripheral neuropathy effects of monochromatic infrared photo energy Journal of the American Podiatric Medical Association