Vari-Chrome Pro


Could the Vari-Chrome® Pro help your patients who have not-responded as expected to your previous therapies?

Does your patient care which wavelength prompted their improved functions and pain relief?

As the operator, you can choose from 5 pre-programed settings, press the start button, and monitor your patient. You’ll be looking for a physiological response that may predict later pain relief.

No response? Try a different setting. (We’ll share the strategies in the Triple 2 Algorithm.)

Think your patient needs a particular wavelength? Manually select your desired wavelengths (430-670nm).

The frequency and intensity can also be adjusted at any time.


The Vari-Chrome® Pro is available only in the U.S.

Customized therapy - the Triple 2 Algorithm

You can get started right away with suggestions from PhotoMed’s Triple 2 Algorithm. Your patient’s responses, or not, drive what happens next.

The Algorithm was developed from empirical data and recordings collected by the Instant Verification System™.

Finding an effective wavelength

Could there be an optimum wavelength? Could “unsticking” a stuck biological process depend upon one, two wavelengths, or a sequence?

With the Vari-Chrome ® Pro, you can test wavelengths, a few at at time, from throughout the visible spectrum.

Some of the myriad sensors in the skin might respond to photons having a specific wavelength. Others respond to a subtly different wavelength. Each response vies for the brain’s attention, “hey, take a look at what’s going on here”.

With attention focused, could the result be the return to normal function? That’s a guess. Feel free to speculate…

Animation of features in skin that might respond to different wavelengths of light. The simulated wavelengths shown vary from red to blue and back. (13 seconds)

Unchanging wavelengths are easier to study than varying ones. Photons in the red spectrum have been shown to penetrate the skin to prompt improving biological process in muscles and other deeper tissues. Photons in the green or blue wavelengths so something different.

PhotoMed’s algorithm focuses on responses that can be objectively measured after a minute or two of therapy. The aim is to find wavelengths that “work” for your patient.