Healing with Light: Medicine of the Future
Take a journey into the incredible sub-atomic world of photomedicine where visible and invisible waves of light are being used to stop pain, heal deadly disease and halt the aging process
Did you know that light is the basis for all existence on planet Earth?
It is no accident that the opening paragraph of the Bible, one of the oldest books ever written and the basis for several great religions, describes the formation of the universe as beginning with light. Indeed, it is the energy of light that makes all life in the Universe possible.
But what exactly is light? How is it created? And how are specific colors and frequencies of light able to energize and rejuvenate virtually any type of diseased cell or tissue, convincing many researchers that healing with light represents the future of medicine and a new hope for Man?
Perhaps no one knows more about the theory and practice of applying energetic light frequencies to halt pain and heal diseases of the human body than Dr. Larry Lytle, one of America’s pioneers in the research and development of cold laser light technology for medical applications. Dr. Lytle’s design advancements in hand-held low level laser devices have won clearance by the FDA for use in the treatment of hand arthritis, and based on the positive results of recent clinical pre-trials, additional FDA clearances for light treatment of diabetes, high blood pressure, memory loss and learning disability are anticipated.
“Studies are showing that the proper light frequency can effectively treat virtually any illness, pain, or degenerative disease,” says Dr. Lytle. “Some conditions resolve in one or two treatments, others may require a half dozen or more, and some are best managed by treatment on an ongoing basis.”
Dr. Lytle says light therapy has been clinically shown effective for the treatment of such conditions as carpal tunnel syndrome, damaged cartilage, central nervous system disorders, circulation issues, fatigue, fibromyalgia, hearing loss, neck pain, obesity, chronic pain, shingles, prostatitis, sinusitis, sports injuries, stroke, and trigeminal neuralgia (facial pain). (abstracts available on request)
How does Light Therapy work?
Dr. Lytle says that the atoms and molecules comprising diseased, decayed, and damaged cells have, through aging or injury, lost some of their electrons and have become less energetic and dysfunctional. During light therapy, particles of light energy, called photons, transport millions of electrons through the body to the damaged and diseased tissues to replenish the electron-deficient atoms. Energizing the atoms and molecules by replacing their lost electrons rejuvenates and restores function to the cells and tissues.
“We are adding electrons to the atoms of diseased cells, turning them from acid (diseased) to alkaline (healthy),” says Dr. Lytle. “We are reversing the oxidation process within the cells and repairing molecular damage to the DNA, which means we are literally reversing the aging process.”
Dr. Lytle says by using light therapy and the proper light frequencies that it is possible to rebuild any diseased cell – even those which have been 99 percent damaged.
“With light therapy, we are able to heal the body at the atomic level at a near 100 percent success rate,” says Dr. Lytle.
ABOUT DR. LARRY LYTLE
At 78 years young, perhaps no one knows more about the theory and practice of applying energetic light frequencies to halt pain and heal diseases than Dr. Larry Lytle, one of America’s pioneers in the research and development of cold laser light technology for medical applications. A lifelong student of the healing sciences, Dr. Lytle received his first doctorate in 1964 in the field of dentistry, and his second in the field of nutrition in 1979. A former president of the International Academy of Nutrition and Preventive Medicine, Dr. Lytle turned his focus to the study of low level laser technology in 1994, and his passion for the subject soon earned him recognition as a foremost expert in the field of cold laser therapy. His design advancements in hand-held low level laser devices resulted in the first ever FDA clearance for the use of light in the treatment of arthritis. Trained as an educator, Dr. Lytle is considered by all who know him as a “teacher among teachers and a student among students.”