in Sacramento, Folsom & Vacaville, CA
What is full body phototherapy?Full body phototherapy is performed in a phototherapy booth where your entire body is exposed to narrowband ultraviolet B based light. This allows your entire body to be treated at once.
How often do you need to come in?Once you have been prescribed phototherapy medically, you will need to come in 1 to 3 times per week. Typically, phototherapy is started at three times per week but then it may be decreased as your condition starts to improve.
When are we open?Sacramento: Monday – Friday: 7am – 7pm Saturday: 7:30am – 1:00pm (Closed for Lunch 10:30-11:30am) Folsom:
Monday – Friday: 7am – 3:30pm (Closed for Lunch 10:30am-11:30am) Vacaville: Monday – Friday: 8am-5pm (Closed for Lunch 12pm-1pm)
What skin conditions may be treated with phototherapy?Phototherapy can successfully treat the entire body when a skin condition is widespread such as:
- Atopic dermatitis (eczema)
What to expect?Once you have been medically cleared to get phototherapy, you will be given an orientation with the booth. The treatment can range from a few seconds to several minutes
What will you need to bring to your visit?
- Comfortable clothing: You will need to remove your clothes for the treatment so make sure your clothes are easy to take off and put back on
- Goggles: We take eye protection seriously and we will provide you with goggles if you do not have UV protective goggles
Hand and Foot PhototherapyWe also offer phototherapy directed at the hands and feet for those that have conditions that affect only the hands and feet. Come see us for a consultation to see if hand and foot phototherapy is right for you.
Excimer Laser vs Phototherapy Booth
|Focused and more powerful||Treat large areas of the body quickly|
When is it good?
|Local disease||Widespread disease|
How many times a week?
|Two times a week||Three times a week|