Smart Light Cell Therapy

Isaiah Tate and his company are on a mission to improve people’s lives through smart light cell therapy.

Tate is the co-founder Valhalla Cell Health. He is growing the business in the Master of Business Creation program at the University of Utah’s David Eccles School of Business.

Valhalla was initially conceptualized as a foundation for alternative therapies aimed at treating first-responders and veterans. “In Norse mythology, Valhalla is a place filled with warriors,” Tate said. “They would fight battles every day, and following these conflicts, every evening they would be restored to full health. The first-responders and veterans who put their lives at risk daily are each fighting battles for us. The least we can do is provide them a place where they can find rest and recover.”

The team at Valhalla realized early on there were so many more people suffering, and they had the opportunity to help. “As we continued to formulate our business plan, it became apparent that everyone fights a battle daily,” Tate said. “Whether that battle is against pain, trauma, traumatic brain injury, anxiety, depression, or struggling to get out of bed in the morning, there are many people who need help.”

He added, “We want to be the place where those who are suffering can find rest. We use smart light cell therapy to focus on reducing inflammation, improving circulation, and boosting cell energy.” Most injuries, diseases, and illnesses have one or more of these aspects present, which is why Valhalla is able to offer functional benefits to their clients.

Valhalla is also working with companies to give access to their machines to employees. “When businesses demonstrate a focus on health and wellness in the workplace there are benefits in all facets of a company,” Tate said. Valhalla’s smart light cell therapies offer benefits to employees that can include better focus, more alertness, and faster reaction times resulting in better outcomes for their business efforts.

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