April 8, 2015 — In Light Wellness will be presenting an innovative Continuing Education course for chiropractors, the first of which will take place on May 30 and 31. The presentation, “Revolutionizing the Healing Power of Light” will focus on the use of light to increase circulation and reduce pain. For more information on upcoming courses, visit inlightwellness.com/distribution/.
“The use of LED polychromatic light therapy has the power to support the chiropractic industry by utilizing the delivery of red, blue, and infrared light to the skin, stimulating beneficial cellular responses,” said David Melone, CEO of In Light Wellness Systems. “The technologies explained and explored in this two-day seminar to be held on the campus at Parker University will equip chiropractors with the knowledge of how to increase circulation and reduce pain in the body and how light therapy can benefit their professional practice while helping their patients significantly.”
Polychromatic light therapy increases circulation and activates the release of nitric oxide, which speeds cellular regeneration and helps improve body function. The two-day course will feature guest speaker, Matt DiDuro, DC, whose 20 years of clinical experience have led him to focus on care for those with diabetes and neuropathic pain.
There will also be presentations focusing on existing research that demonstrates how biostimulation, utilizing light therapy, produces biochemical reactions within cells, discussions on how specific frequencies, wavelengths, colored, and infrared diodes stimulate a variety of physiological responses, and presentations on including light therapy as a treatment modality in a professional practice.
“Over 50,000 of our systems have been distributed and used extensively, and they are helping improve the quality of life for patients across the globe,” Melone said. “It’s my hope that doctors attend these courses and expand the effectiveness of their practice by utilizing this important form of technology.”
Main course topics include: What Is Light, Why Is Light Important to Living Organisms, What is Light in Modern Times, Frequency Medicine, Some Consequences of the Lack of Light, Principles of Light Therapy, The Nobel Prize in Physiology or Medicine 1998, What is Nitric Oxide, How Does Light Therapy Support The Body in the Release of Nitric Oxide, Light, Acupuncture and Nitric Oxide, Light Applications and Disclaimers.
12 hours of continuing education credit is contingent upon State Board Approval through Parker University. PACE accepted course. Please check your state board for approval status. Applications not submitted for all states.
Source: In Light Wellness