Do you have pain that has lasted longer than 12 weeks? If so, that is chronic pain.
Do you have pain that has lasted less than 12 weeks? If so, that is called acute pain.
This website is for people in pain.
If you are looking for a pain solution for yourself, a family member, or neighbor, we are here for you.
Do you feel that your “chronic” impairments will remain for your lifetime?
We created the tool to improve the quality of life for people with chronic and acute pain.
The Vari-Chrome™ Pro delivers rainbow precise colors which stimulate the skin, the nervous system, and the brain.
The brain restores ordinary homeostasis.
We have 18-years of recorded data.
Many companies use just one color for their therapy. We appreciate that single wavelengths work for some people.
Allan Gardiner created PhotoMed in order to serve people left behind by other interventions or therapies.
Our tool, the Vari-Chrome™ Pro, expands the range of people able to be served by light-based therapies.
We offer 240 wavelengths.
Our therapy quickly prompts the body to return to its normal functions.
A few examples:
Our tools frequently prompt a response within only seconds to minutes.
We aim to help people with chronic and acute pain. We include people who want a non-invasive way to mend their pain or impairment.
Our tools improve sensory and motor functions.
We understand that quality of life means being able to do every-day tasks.
Some people have pain so bad that nothing works to calm it. Our therapy is able to help some of these people. Kristin had complex regional pain syndrome (CRPS or RSD) and was not expected to improve.
With gratitude for PhotoMed's tools, Kristin could return to the career she loved and then some! She resumed her good life. To see a joyful video clip of her 12 years after her therapy worked, click the image to play video (0:20). (Longer version below.)
These are three selected images from a thermal imaging video. They show how our therapy helped his hands warm toward normal. Watch his hands increase in temperature via thermal imaging tool and chart. Lighter is warmer. Video taken using PhotoMed's thermal imaging tools.
Click for video (0:11)
Click image to play video.
Different people and their disorders respond to different wavelengths (precise rainbow colors). Having all the colors, with no missing wavelengths, increases the likelihood of improving function and relieving pain.
Key Features Click for Demo (0:42)
How it works
Currently in testing, we're accepting pre-orders with a significant early-bird discount. Contact us about our Technology Access Plan.
Beginning in 2000, PhotoMed's therapy prompted responses that surprised everyone. Our team sought explanations based upon invasive interventions.
We invented and built tools that could record the frequent outcomes that had no explanation. In 2010, we examined fundamental differences between invasive interventions and non-invasive therapies. Insights led to enhancing PhotoMed's Rapid Discovery System. We recently added a module with a special camera to record changes in non-healing wounds that occur in seconds after therapy starts.
Our goal is to deliver therapy to people who would not otherwise have access. This includes people who live in rural, remote, and low-resource communities.
To reach that goal, we teamed up with a non-profit organization who wants to support our goal.
The Lending Library Project is an activity of L.C. and Lillie Cox Haven of Hope. Our project is funded by your generous tax-deductible donations. Thank you for helping us help people in pain.
We can deliver care by taking our therapy to underserved communities.
Inspired by tool lending libraries across our nation, the Lending Library Project will lend PhotoMed's tools to practitioners at no charge.
The practitioners and their underserved patients can learn if our therapy can improve their quality of life.
The production company will build a minimum of 20 tools. So let's start with that. In a year, we could help 1100+ with these tools assuming each tool helped one person each week.
Your tax-deductible donations will create access to PhotoMed's therapy .
We welcome your ideas, suggestions, and referrals. We welcome sponsorships by individuals, organizations, communities, and companies.
Please accept the gratitude of the people whose lives you touch by supporting the Lending Library Project. Your gift of pain relief and resumed functions can last a lifetime.
Every donation helps.
We urgently request your tax-deductible donations to get the Lending Library Project rolling.
Please contact PhotoMed's founder, Allan Gardiner, directly to discuss details of the project. Please let Allan know about your contribution to let him personally thank you. allang (at) photomedtech.com
Please send checks to save fees. Please make checks payable to "L.C. and Lillie Cox Haven of Hope".
Mail to: 696 San Ramon Valley Blvd. No. 194, Danville CA 94526. In the memo line, please include FBO (For the Benefit Of) “Lending Library Project”.
This project is an activity of L.C. and Lillie Cox Haven of Hope and is fueled by tax-deductible donations made to the Project Sponsor.
Please add "Library Project" in the PayPal notes to direct you donation to our Project.
Darcelle Lahr, Ed.D. founded L.C. and Lillie Cox Haven of Hope to honor her parents by enabling groundbreaking social entrepreneurs to restore dignity to people's lives. Our founder and his family thank Dr. Lahr for the means to let the public help open new chapters...
Please contact PhotoMed's founder, Allan Gardiner, directly to discuss details of the project. allang (at) photomedtech.com
The Project Sponsor retains control and discretion over the contributions it receives. The FBO memo will assure the funds are directed to the Lending Library Project.
The Lending Library Project is an activity of The L.C. and Lillie Cox Haven of Hope, a nonprofit charity exempt from federal income tax under Section 501(c)(3) of the Internal Revenue Code, as described in Sections 509(a)(1) and 170(b)(1)(a)(vi)
We invite you to connect with us by subscribing to our occasional newsletter. We don't know all the amazing ways people will be helped, yet. Let's stay connected, watch the progress, and share the gratitude.
Wishing you good health,
PhotoMed Technologies, Founder.
Updated: July 10, 2018