Usually 2-3 treatments a week during two weeks are enough. In case of allergies prevailing during the whole year, (e.g. house dust mite allergy), 8 treatments are recommended during 6 weeks.
Due to its novelty nature, the method has not yet been reimbursed by the social security, so treatment fees may vary in different countries. For more information, please turn to our partner or distributor in the given area.
Patients receiving the treatment for several years have a decreasing level of symptoms and some of them have completely recovered.
It has been known for a long time in dermatology that light can influence the immune system. The Rhinolight treatment decreases the level of immune response in the nose due to the presence of the allergen.
No, it is not. It takes a short time without any inconvenience.
It may change in patient by patient, however, there are ones whose symptoms improve already after the first treatment. In rare cases symptoms intensify after the first treatments, yet it is only transitional. Almost every patient reports progress within two weeks.
Occasionally, dryness of the nasal mucosa might occur, which can easily be prevented or cured using Vitamin A oil in a nasal drop or spray.
Yes, it is recommended because most medicines are either not recommended or can only be applied to a limited extent during pregnancy for the treatment of breastfeeding mothers.
Yes. It is particularly recommended for athletes for whom the use of steroids on the doping list are prohibited.
Yes, however, in most allergy patients medicines only give a partial result, therefore Rhinolight can be given to them as a complementary treatment.
Yes, Rhinolight is a treatment of the nasal mucosa of patients suffering from allergic rhinitis regardless of what the allergen inducing the symptom is.
No, it isn’t. The brilliance of Rhinolight is multiple as compared to other lamps sold in medical shops for home use. Only medical specialists can use Rhinolight and the spectrum of Rhinolight is different from these lights. At present, no other phototherapy has been unequivocally proven to be as efficient in the treatment of allergic rhinitis as Rhinolight. Rhinolight is a high intensity composite light, which has never before been used for the treatment of nasal mucosa and at all allergic rhinitis.