You’re fed up, right?

Don’t tell me, that you’ve just stumbled upon this page.

It’s your back pain that luring you back.

You’re looking for something that’s going to end your suffering with the luxury of just pressing a large, shiny button, eh?

I won’t claim it’s impossible, though.

Enter Flex Wrap Pain Relief, the world of therapy LED lights.

Designed and developed by NASA (yes, that is true) the FlexPad is here to save back-pain-sufferer’s souls with the divine power of LED lights.

Packed with great features, this – rather pricey – machine does, what it needs to: relieves pain quite effectively, even if you’re diagnosed with a chronic back-pain.

Overview of the DPL Flex Wrap Pain Relief System

What's certainly goodWhat you won't be fond of
Press one button, feel back pain relief in minutesPrice tag
Convenient to useFor some, treatment time will take some days to take effect
Solution developed by NASA, used by chiropractors and doctors

The Power of LED

The Flex Wrap Pain Relief System’s operations is based on photons.

Wait a minute. I’m not on a physics lesson.

What photons are actually? Let me give you a short brief.

According to Wikipedia, a photon is an elementary particle, the quantum of the electromagnetic field including electromagnetic radiation such as light, and the force carrier for the electromagnetic force.

Quite simple, eh?

Put simply: to ease pain, the DPL Flex emits photons that penetrate deep (almost 2 inches) under your skin, and cures damaged tissues within your body.

It’s proven by research to work on anybody using it, though with different efficiency.

Some reported that it truly relieved 80% of their pain almost instantly, others claimed that its effect was remarkable, though not instant.

I have arthritis and soft tissue injuries and this really helps me stay active to keep the pain at bay. I can use it and go work out then use it again after. I recommend for sure. An Amazon.com customer

What do I get, if I open the box?

The device has mainly 4 parts:

  • A comfortable, neoprene wrap that will fit you most likely. There’s durable strap around, so it can be easily adjusted to your body weight.
  • The LED Panel. There are 3 of them built in the wrap.
  • Control
  • Charger unit with a USB cable

The neoprene cover is a breathable layer between your skin and the wrap itself. Be amazed, how air ventilates through it. No warming up, and (hopefully) no sweating.

Adjust the large Velcro strap to your likening easily.

It’s not just your back that asks for some indulgence?

Get that thing down to your knees, or even your feet, with the help of this strap. I even heard from someone that it can be easily adjusted to your ankles.

But here comes the sauce…

The LED lights are the heart of this little guy.

The wrap contains a massive amount of tiny, sparkling led lights, all of them at your service.

40 of them emit a 880 nanometer range and 20 of them 660 nm range light. But how do they actually work?

It’s not that complicated.

The machine emits near-infrared light, which gently flows through your skin, into your inner body. Your blood starts to circulate, with it, oxygen and nutrients also. After 20 minutes, the healing process develops in your body that regenerates tissues.

So what type of pain should you use it for?

  • Chronic pain in your back, shoulder, ankle, neck, leg and knee
  • Arthritis
  • Muscle spasms
  • Tendonitis
  • Fibromyalgia
  • Bursitis
  • Inflammation
  • Muscle or tissue pain
  • Joint aches

Although different sensations are possible with the usage of the DPL Flex, you’ll definitely feel at least one of the following:

  • A calming, soothing effect that runs through your pain parts
  • An increase of feeling warmth inside your treated parts
  • Relief of pain

Users (some of them are friends of mine) reported that with the everyday usage of the DPL Flex they achieved almost instant alleviation.

Yep, that’s true.

For some – although it’s a matter of individual conditions, like physical fitness or age – this machine worked wonders like none before.

But do keep in mind: we’re all different. It might be an instant satisfaction for your inflamed body parts, or you need to be patient, and experiment with it a little bit.

Some neat features to please your worn parts

First of all.

It’s lightweight as a feather dwindling in the air. (It’s around 1.1 pounds, while it’s relatively small, 9.75” x 5”)

Seriously: you’re able to wield it for hours (until it turns off).

Set the LEDs to rapidly, or gently pulsing, to suit your needs. Naturally, there’s a no-pulse option as well.

Automatic switch-off, meaning it turns off after 40 minutes of use. Will be very useful, since people tend to leave it switched on after treatment.

There’s a 1 year warranty also, and at the time of writing this article, a 60-day money-back guarantee making your purchase absolutely risk free.

Ask before you’re buying

Here come some common questions that I usually get asked by my readers. Be sure to check them out, as these might debunk myths of the product:

Do I have to wear eye protection whilst using the DPL Flex Wrap Pain Relief System?
No, you don’t necessarily need to, but it’s recommended to, though. Use common sense: if you directly expose your eyes to infrared spectrum light, it might cause damage.

No, I haven’t found any research yet to back this statement, but better be safe than sorry. At least try closing your eyes and don’t look directly in the lights.

Do I have to worry, if I have a pacemaker?
Although I’m no doc, these are just simple lights. No electromagnetic pulse or stimulation, it should be okay.
What is the recommended treatment time?
Well, it depends on your severity of your pain. If you’re a chronic pain-sufferer craving for some relief, give it a shot with 30 minutes. If you’re not a regular back-painer, I would suggest to stick the device to your back for around 20 minutes and that would do the trick.
How often should I use the DPL Flex Wrap Pain Relief System?
Again, it depends on your level of discomfort due to pain. If you’re a chronic back painist (yep, that’s how I call myself), be prepared to use this machine hell of a lot more. I mean multiple times a day, even 2 or 3 times.

Don’t expect this machine to do wonders though (like some serious medication). It’s an over-the-counter device designed to alleviate back pain, not to instantly abolish it.

It’ll take time, for sure. But be patient.

Will it hurt?
No. It’s not a laser gun. It’s just “simple” light, meaning it has no skin-harming side effects.
Does it relief arthritis pain?
To some extent, it does. Like I told you, don’t expect this little guy to instantly solve your life’s problem. Go, and experiment with it. It’s worth giving it a try.

To sum up things

It’d say the DPL Flex Wrap’s worth giving a shot, even if it’s a bit pricey.

Why?

Because there’s way more chance and user reports that it’s going to work.

Good user feedback and the reasonable simplicity of the device is what’s certainly convincing.

Haven’t decided yet?

It’s up to you, entirely.

DPL Flex Wrap Pain Relief System

8.8

Pain relief effect

9.5/10

Usability

9.5/10

Value for money

7.5/10

Pros

  • A solution developed by NASA
  • Convenient to use
  • Pain relief in some minutes

Cons

  • For some, treatment time will take longer
  • A bit overpriced