TDP Far Infrared Mineral Lamps are used around the world for treating a variety of problems and are called Miracle Lamps in China.
TDP Lamps are accepted by the FDA with 510(K) number K020852, and are ETL approved. If you're interested in a TDP Lamp, talk to your doctor about billing your insurance company with modality number 963728.
What is a TDP Lamp?
In 1978, the first TDP lamps were invented in China and were exhibited in 1986 at the Zagreb International Fair. They are known to emit the most therapeutic and effective far infrared rays using a silica blend. Millions have been treated with these lamps for over 100 chronic conditions and people in China call them miracle lamps because of their incredible success.
The key component is the curing plate, which is coated with a formation of minerals essential to the body. When the plate is heated to a certain temperature, it emits wide spectrum 6-25 micron electromagnetic waves with an absorption depth of up to five inches.
This energy helps promote metabolism and circulation and gives strength to the immune system. The heated minerals emit their vibration or essence to the area you're treating. Injured areas are often deficient in minerals so providing them appears to quicken the healing process.
The mineral plate contains a formula of trace elements in various binding forms. The actual formula is a secret and the minerals are bonded to a 0.3 to 0.6 mm thick iron plate. This is attached to a 0.5 to 1.5 mm thick plate that offers protection for the mineral layer and stability, distributing heat evenly.
Comparing Lamp Types
All TDP lamps contain mineral compounds that are absorbed by the body and all emit far infrared. They all have therapeutic value. To compare, you just need to know the 85% micron range of the far infrared emission. The closer to 9.4, the more therapeutic it can be.