Photochemistry studies the fascinating interaction between light and the biological world.
The Light Institute of Copenhagen spawned the modern era of “phototherapy” by treating hundreds of lupus patients with therapeutic levels of ultraviolet light.
In 1966, Endre Mester, a physician in Hungary, performed numerous experiments reporting a biostimulatory effect of visible red and infrared laser at low intensity. Dr. Mester found that light delivered within well-defined parameters yielded meaningful clinical effects, including pain relief and accelerated wound recovery.
The light frequencies activate electrons in specific “photoreceptors” in different cells. This activation excites the electrons which modulates the physiology of the photoreceptor, which in turn, affects all biochemical pathways directly or indirectly connected with the photoreceptor.
This is the beginning of a whole new way to address physical ailments!
At Reno Integrative Medical Center we use UBI or Ultra-violet light irradiation.