Lasting efficacy
after only a
few treatments

Before starting a treatment patients have to blow their nose properly and if necessary, they can use a vasoconstrictor spray to reduce the oedema of the nasal mucosa. Rhinolight® treatments have to be administered within two consecutive weeks. 4-8 treatments can be administered depending on the type and severity of allergic rhinitis. The treatment time is short, it lasts for only 2-3 minutes/nostril.

The Rhinolight® is a cold light with very high-intensity and special wavelength range. In Rhinolight® the emitted light includes a part of the visible light spectrum and a certain safe range of UV light in a special combination. It casues neither heat nor pain on the treated surface. Due to its composition, it has no tissue-damaging effect, thus it can be applied very safely for the long-term treatment of allergy patients.

The Rhinolight® treatment can only be administered by medical professionel and under medical control. It is best to start the treatments directly before the appearence of the expected symptoms. In case of already existing allergy treatments should be given as early as possible. It can occur that after the first 1-2 treatments the situation may not improve, yet the treatments should be continued until the end. It is clinically proven that the severeness of allergic symptoms are in each case relieved by Rhinolight®, however, with the increase of pollen levels the rate of worsening may be higher than the improvement caused by Rhinolight®. The overall picture will be better anyway.

The device is approximately the size of a professional music amplifier. A touchscreen panel can be found on its cover panel, which allows you to control and set treatments and related options. An optional number of codes can be generated in the instrument, therefore one device is capable of recording separate treatment data of several doctors. The special gel-filled light cable connects to the front panel of the device via a quick-action socket. The light cable is used to direct the light into the nasal cavity.