Can you believe it? - it’s just light
What could you observe?
You can now prompt and monitor for objectively measurable responses in real time. You may already do that for adjusting therapies to match your patient’s needs.
PhotoMed’s Instant Verification System™ records responses to the therapy at the physiological level:
The outcomes appear to be the back-to-normal functions. The normal functions self-maintain after therapy ends. Some call that homeostasis. Of course, bio-mechanical reasons may limit the degree of normal function.
Could it be the interruption of functions, for years, that makes the responses and outcomes so unexpected?
You can use the Vari-Chrome® Pro by itself, but you might find it hard to tell others about your unexpected successes.
PhotoMed’s team started with novel questions:
Does the body need 1, 2, or a sequence of wavelengths to resume its normal functions?
Could varying the wavelength during therapy increase the likelihood of success for your patients?
Could missing wavelengths result in nothing happening?
These are no longer speculative questions.
The Vari-Chrome® Pro lets you deliver light energy with no missing wavelengths. It’s about improving efficiency by finding effective wavelengths for each individual disorder.
Why are all wavelengths needed?
Consider basic neuroscience and the conversations and outcomes possible with just two nerves. Each of 282 wavelengths could be “A” or “B” in the figure for each of 1000s of disorders. That’s a lot of combinations.
The body “knows” how to dynamically adjust it’s internal “conversations” when you move or are injured.
Could the varying wavelengths of light work like a signal or catalyst to prompt the body to restore its ordinary conversations?
Here are only a few.
Does it work?
To find out which treatment-resistant disorders might respond to the therapy, PhotoMed’s team invented the Instant Verification System™.
More than 500 people volunteered in studies to learn if the therapy might relieve their pain or improve their functions. The studies at 6 sites included people with disorders which were not expected to improve.
Many arrived with multiple sites or layers of pain or impairments. Loss of sensation, or pain, from diabetes layered with non-healing wounds. Their disorders could resolve at different times or procedures using different wavelengths.
Link to a list of disorders that responded to the therapy.
Unfortunately, in the studies, the therapy failed in 2 out of 3 cases, like previous attempts but without side effects. That was with “real-world” people unexpected to improve.
Patients in 1 of 3 cases reported significant improvement.
That includes people with disorders that have never been tested before (likely because no one expected improvements). For example, swallowing and gait disorders improved in a man with Huntington’s disease.
When will it work?
As software engineers, we do not get why you must wait so long for outcomes.
Success was judged by when a physiological response marks improving impaired functions.
In about 2 minutes, you can typically observe a physiological response, or not, to each procedure. That’s 1000x faster than conventional testing of medications, but with the same logic.
That efficiency translates to needing only 2 visits with no response to detect probable failure for that disorder.
Vari-Chrome® Pro operators will be brought up to speed on how to use PhotoMed’s Triple 2 Algorithm. The algorithm also lets you know when it might be time to quit.
We’re still trying to reduce the failure rate below 2 out of 3 cases of treatment-resistant pain or impairments.