Pain remains the most common reason clients seek out medical treatment. With the continued opioid crisis, it is imperative that clinicians offer new and effective non-pharmacological alternatives for pain sufferers – laser therapy has continued to gain favor as one of the most effective opioid replacements. While modulating pain with laser therapy has been explored for years, new scientific discoveries have optimized the capacity of class 4 laser for targeting specific pain receptors for fast pain relief. Join Douglas Johnson and Dr. Christopher Carraway as they discuss how to apply light as a photoceutical and how it differs from traditional laser therapy. With this new understanding, clinicians will appreciate how specific wavelengths of light impact clinical outcomes such as pain or inflammation.