The Miracle of Healing Light

Don't forget to Take a "Light" Holiday

After applications of 12 to 15  PBM treatments, a body needs an opportunity to allow cells to return to a state of  equilibrium, or homeostasis. So remember to  take a break from the light treatments.

 In 48 to 96 hours post treatment, the effects from photobiomodulation (PBM) will begin to decline.

 A 3 to 7 day break from PMB treatment, will serve as an evaluation period, and allow for re-assessment of damaged tissue and healing progression. This also allows an opportunity to adjust wavelength settings protocol for strength building and  conditioning.

Strength Training with Super Pulsed Laser

Although directed toward human strength training, I lot can be used on our canine and equine partners. Don't miss this opportunity to learn more! Attendance is FREE!

Thursday, May 25th @ 1-2 PM EST

In the May webinar we will discuss combining exercise and training with SPL for superior outcomes and performance.
The mechanisms are straightforward and simple. The benefits are impressive. Join us as we go beyond injury recovery and delve into the specifics of Performance Enhancement with Super Pulsed Laser-driven Photobiomodulation.
Join Dr. Chris Carraway and special guest Douglas Johnson, ATC for a very informative review of the current research and protocols on this topic


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How to Treat Pets with the Rent My Pet Laser

Pain From Migraine

Many have questions about the effects of laser use for migraine pain. All Migraines are unique, but here is a case study for thought. 

Multi Radiance Medical Medical Advisory Board Case Stories.  Dr. Chris Carraway, Carraway Chiropractic and Laser Center, New Bern, NC

This is a case story involving a female patient suffering from various intensities of migraine pain for many years. 

Treating the center of her forehead with 1000 Hz with the MR4 ACTIV, about one minute into the treatment the patient told me she was seeing scotomas (flashing, moving lights), sometimes associated as a prodrome with some migraine sufferers. The light was white, not red from visually seeing the laser.
I stopped treating and the scotomas subsided. A minute later I treated again and she reported the lights were back. I removed the laser and again they subsided. After a minute I placed the laser on the same target but the laser was off. She reported no scotomas. Her eyes were shielded during these treatments and she could not see the red laser.
My thoughts are that she was experiencing a vasodilation migraine, and transcranial LLLT was increasing the blood flow to the threshold required to trigger scotomas for her. I would remove the LLLT stimulation and the visual hallucination of scotoma would fade. When I returned LLLT stimulation the scotoma returned. I was delighted when I placed the inert emitter back and got no response.  

This patient is an RN and has suffered migraines for most of her adult life and is very familiar with scotomas.  She stated, "That was weird. I have never had them come and go like that. It was like a switch."
With chiropractic adjustments and SPGLNB (sphenopalatine ganglion laser nerve block) I was able to abate her migraine pain and send her on her way.


New Research: Journal of Athletic Training

De Marchi et al.'s recent study in the Journal of Athletic Training compared three commercially available lasers from Multi Radiance Medical, Class IIIB Thor Photomedicine and Class IV LiteCure in a double blinded-randomized, placebo-controlled study. 
The researchers concluded that Multi Radiance's super pulsed technology better enhanced athletic performance and recovery than the Class IV and Class IIIB lasers. Participants recovered faster and avoided fatigue, reducing the risk of injury.
Read the journal article here


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