Home phototherapy may be appealing to a patient at first, but the upkeep of the equipment (cleaning, storage, calibration), cumbersome treatment delivery, and potential slower treatment response may affect compliance and results, leaving the patient feeling frustrated. Home phototherapy units can be expensive. Sometimes insurance coverage for these units is an issue. You may spend a lot of money on the equipment and not see the results you expected. Large home phototherapy panels are often slow, cumbersome, and consume space in your home. Some hand-held home devices are simply LED lamps which cannot match the speed and effectiveness of lasers used in Array clinics. For patients with hard-to-reach problem areas such as back or scalp, self-administered phototherapy is simply not an option. Dosing for home phototherapy may be challenging. Depending on what area of the body you are treating, you may need to adjust your dose. Keeping track of all the areas you have treated and what times and days you have treated could be problematic. Array administers phototherapy in a clinical setting using the most advanced, FDA-approved equipment available. Each unit is cleaned and calibrated regularly to ensure accurate, safe dosing. Treatments are performed by registered nurses who provide expert, compassionate care. Patients are efficiently treated and monitored, promoting the best possible result. Array patients report being extremely satisfied with their treatment experience.