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New Boston Chiropractor | New Boston chiropractic care | OH | Low Level Light Therapy (LLLT)

Southern Ohio Wellness Center

Dr. Richard O. Dustman, Jr.
Chiropractic Physician/Clinical Nutritionist

Low Level Light Therapy (LLLT)

"All forms of matter are really light waves in motion." - Albert Einstein

The AURA PTL II, represents the first true integration of functional, energetic and alternative medicine. The AURA PTL II represents the next step in accelerating recovery from tissue damage, disease and stress. The AURA PTL II Clinical System is the first technology of its kind that uniquely blends precision high frequency therapy, Low Level Light Therapy (LLLT), acupoint stimulation, homeopathy, nutrition and energetic substance specific frequencies to create integrated clinical protocols. The AURA PTL II delivers 635nm, <5mW laser beams as carriers of both substance specific "information" and precision high frequency therapies. The AURA PTL II Clinical System is designed to support and enhance the integrated use of acupoint stimulation, homeopathy and nutrition to provide patient care for issues related to inflammation, pain, nerve and general biostimulation and cellular biomodulation. At BioVeda Technologies it is our belief that pain and suffering is not caused by the presence of disease, but the absence of one or more components of health. Light, frequency therapy, homeopathy, nutrition and the correct corresponding application can restore a number of the missing components – thereby restoring a segment of health that has previously been missed. The AURA PTL II is being recognized worldwide by multiple health care disciplines as the finest quality, most user-friendly, technically advanced and ONLY Pulsed Induction LLLT unit on the market today.

Defining Light Therapy

Light and the absence of light has profound and far-reaching effects on human physiology. As the sun's light patterns change with the seasons, the biological rhythms of the human body shift as well. This well-established necessity for light has led into this investigation and therapeutic use of light to treat a variety of conditions. Such treatments are generally described as light therapy. In the 1950’s and 1960’s, Chicago banker turned photobiologist, Dr. John Nash Ott pioneered an investigation into the benefit of full spectrum lighting on plants and animals. He found that most plants and animals need full spectrum light to thrive. He also determined that limiting the spectrum of light would cause plants and animals to reproduce only one gender and that offspring would not grow to full maturation. Science now suggests that it is the absence of specific wavelengths and possibly the imbalance of other wavelengths of light found in common artificial light that can cause specific illness in plants, animals and humans. This is similar to the way an absence of specific nutrients or imbalanced food in your diet would cause illness.


The Application of Low Level Light Therapy

Lasers are a unique light source. They produce only one specific wavelength of light, not a full spectrum of light like the sun would produce. All of the light waves stream out of a laser in the same direction and phase. This is called a coherent beam of light. This coherent beam is what allows a laser pointer to produce a point of light across a room. This allows a specific spectrum of light to be focused on specific parts of the body. In his book, Energy Medicine: The Scientific Basis , James L. Oschman makes multiple references to the communication within the body - from cell to cell – as coherent light or laser light. This may further explain the enormous and sometimes surprising success with wound and bone healing, neurological rehabilitation, and illness reversal when using coherent LLLT. One researcher describes the effects of light therapy as follows: "The exact mechanism of action of low level laser therapy is still not completely understood. Its basic feature is to modulate cell behavior, without causing significant temperature increase. During irradiation of a tissue with a laser beam, an interaction between cells and photons takes place--photochemical reaction. After a cell absorbs the photon, the photon stops existing, and its energy is incorporated into the molecule which has absorbed it. Once this energy is transferred to different biomolecules, it can be transferred to other molecules as well. The energy transferred to the molecule can increase its kinetic energy, and activate or deactivate enzymes or alter physical or chemical properties of main macromolecules. Effects of low level laser therapy on wound healing process is one of the most fully studied aspects of this type of therapy. It affects all phases of this very complex process.

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