Photon Therapy Temecula CA

Bales was using infrared technology to identify stress fractures in turbine engine blades for NASA. He also knew that medical doctors had been studying the infrared light emission patterns of the human body, and that many diseases could be diagnosed with this information. He became determined to go one step farther and find a way of using infrared light to actually promote healing and ease pain.

Joon-Kap Cha, MD
(909) 894-2011
29484 Masters Dr
Murrieta, CA
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Anesthesiology
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Medical School: Yonsei Univ, Coll Of Med, Sudai-Moon-Ku, Seoul, So Korea
Graduation Year: 1964

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Nalan Narine, MD
(760) 725-8578
32439 Pensador St
Temecula, CA
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Medical School: Univ Of Pittsburgh Sch Of Med, Pittsburgh Pa 15261
Graduation Year: 1989

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Richard Ernest Harris, MD
(909) 676-3042
45848 Palmetto Way
Temecula, CA
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Graduation Year: 1968
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(951) 296-6140
25500 Medical Center Dr
Murrieta, CA
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(909) 696-0417
37963 Panorama Ct
Murrieta, CA
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Anesthesiology
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Medical School: Western U Hlt Sci Col Osteo Med Of The Pacific, Pomona Ca 91766
Graduation Year: 1992

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(760) 746-1755
31363 Santiago Rd
Temecula, CA
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Medical School: Univ Central Del Caribe Sch Of Med, Bayamon Pr 00621
Graduation Year: 1988

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(951) 694-6367
27412 Enterprise Cir W
Temecula, CA
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(760) 746-1755
2550 Medical Center Drive
Murrieta, CA
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Medical School: Univ Of Ca, San Francisco, Sch Of Med, San Francisco Ca 94143
Graduation Year: 1989

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(951) 600-7702
40700 California Oaks Rd
Murrieta, CA
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25500 Medical Center Dr
Murrieta, CA
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Photon Therapy

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By Len Saputo, m.d.

Personal experience is a powerful teacher. In March of 2001, I was preparing to take a trip to Australia to represent the United States in the Senior Davis Cup tennis competition. In the over-60 division, playing with pain is more the rule than the exception. But a few weeks before leaving, I developed a serious elbow injury that I was sure would take me out of the competition.

Normally, such an injury would take six weeks to 18 months to heal. So I decided to try the therapy I administer to others on myself—and I was amazed at the results. After five days of twice-daily treatments with a near-infrared light therapy known as photonic stimulation, the pain was totally gone, and I was back on the courts. I even went on to win the world singles title!

I no longer take tennis trips without bringing along the photonic stimulator. In fact, it’s become the “secret weapon” of our Davis Cup team. However, while photonic stimulation may sound like something out of Star Trek, it’s a reality that is poised to become an essential part of medical practice. Studies show that it’s particularly effective for soft-tissue injuries such as muscle pulls, contusions, hematomas, and plantar fasciitis. But it has many other impressive applications as well.

Since I started using this technology nearly three years ago at the Health Medicine Institute (HMI) in Lafayette, California, we’ve treated patients suffering from pain, neurological disorders, and a wide variety of musculoskeletal and soft-tissue maladies. And the results have been remarkable. It is not unusual to reverse decades-long symptoms in a matter of minutes—and the beneficial effects of just a few treatments may be permanent.

The idea isn’t brand new. Infrared scanning has been used as a diagnostic tool for more than 40 years, but the application of light from the infrared part of the spectrum as a treatment is more recent. It started about five years ago with a man named Maurice Bales.

Bales was using infrared technology to identify stress fractures in turbine engine blades for NASA. He also knew that medical doctors had been studying the infrared light emission patterns of the human body, and that many diseases could be diagnosed with this information. He became determined to go one step farther and find a way of using infrared light to actually promote healing and ease pain.

Working with a neurologist and a chiropractor, Bales designed a machine that produced infrared light capable of doing more than he ever imagined: Not only did it relieve pain, it dramatically accelerated healing and helped restore function in diseased tissues.

No one knows exactly how photon therapy works, but we’ve got some good guesses. When you have an injury, blood vessels nourishing the area go into spasm, diminishing blood flow to the site. When you apply the photonic stimulator to the overlying skin, the light penetrates the tissue and dilates blood vessels so blood can flow more freely and...

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