For patients - an overview
Patients have asked us to present what happens without all the jargon and research.
What will you see?
You will see the wavelength (precise rainbow color) vary during therapy. The wavelengths are selected depending upon the disorder.
How does the therapy work?
In 1903, Dr. Finsen was awarded a Nobel Prize for his uses for red and blue light. He found blue light to stimulate nerves.
Today, light therapy devices are used all over the world with reasonable results. Unfortunately, the devices typically only use light from the red spectrum. There are tons of other spectra that have not been studied much, or at all, to see if they can help patients.
PhotoMed’s Vari-Chrome® Pro lets the physician select from the full range of wavelengths, a few at a time. Critically, the Pro has no missing wavelengths. Does your body need 1, 2, or a sequence of wavelengths to resume its normal functions?
Could PhotoMed’s therapy help me?
You would have to try it to find out. Beyond disappointment, nothing happens in 2 of 3 cases of “nothing-worked” pain.
Here is a link to a partial list of disorders that have responded to PhotoMed’s therapy.
In order to increase the likelihood of relief, the doctor uses an algorithm. The algorithm reduces the time and cost for achieving success, or not. It is like testing conventional interventions, but 1000x faster.
A response to the therapy may be long lasting or it may be necessary to intermittently repeat the therapy.
For each site of pain or impairment, if you have no response or benefit within 2 visits, it may be time to discuss quitting the therapy with your physician.
Why the windmills? Some new medications cost $2,000,000.
PhotoMed’s about effectiveness and efficiency.