Burn Victim Turns to Laser Therapy for Speedy Recovery

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<p>(<a href=NewsUSA) – Kip Lytle didn’t check the water’s temperature before stepping into his hot tub. Unaware that the hot tub thermostat had malfunctioned and the water temperature was 140 degrees, Lytle received painful second-degree burns on his calf.

Doctors told Lytle the burns would take months to heal. But Lytle decided to try an unconventional treatment. His father, Dr. Larry Lytle, was in the process of developing a low-level laser therapy product called the QLaser, which the FDA recently approved for the treatment of osteoarthritis in the hands. Having seen the healing benefits that low-level laser therapy could provide, Kip decided to try it on his burn.

“I had the low-level laser treating the burns within 30 seconds,” says Kip. “I used the laser for an hour twice a day.”

The result? A severe wound that healed, not in months as the doctors had predicted, but in only days. Lytle was able to wear pants again within a week. The burn was almost completely healed at nine days. And at four weeks, there was no scarring, and there was little evidence that an injury had occurred at all.

The QLaser hasn’t undergone double-blind studies to prove that it works on burns, and the company makes no treatment claims in this regard. But, says Lytle, “there’s no doubt in my mind that it speeded my recovery and healing from this injury.”

Many medical professionals agree with Lytle’s assessment. Low-level laser therapy has been used to help speed healing since the late 1960s. The lasers work by directing concentrated light at bodily cells — the light seems to increase cell energy and circulation, and helps heal damaged cell membranes. Low-level laser treatments might also help cells absorb nutrients more effectively. Patients typically report experiencing reduced inflammation, less pain and faster healing. The lasers cannot harm healthy cells. In fact, Class I low-level lasers like the Q1000 are so gentle that they do not harm eyes.

Low-level laser therapy is non-invasive, has no known side effects and works with the body’s immune system to promote healing.

For more information and to download a copy of the free book “Universal Healer,” visit www.qlasersolutions.com and enter the promotional code 5275 in the dropdown menu. To receive an information packet, call 1-800-597-9231 and use promotional code 5275.

Medicine Shifts Toward Laser Technology

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<p>(<a href=NewsUSA) – If you are old enough, you may remember seeing science fiction comic books that used lasers to zap the enemy. It’s not unusual that ideas so noted and seemingly far-fetched become realities. We are more familiar with the military’s laser-guided missiles and LASIK than we are with low-level lasers in the form of healing light. But healing lasers are at our doorstep.

Our bodies are dependent on the health of our cells. In fact, studies show that only a 2 percent loss of cellular water can decrease our energy levels by as much as 20 percent. The health of our cells is dependent on energy. If they are exposed to excessive energy, they will be fatally damaged, and the body will die. On the other hand, if the cells receive insufficient energy, they will weaken and become sick or diseased.

Over the years, scientists and doctors have been fine-tuning low-level lasers to increase the body’s adenosine triphosphate (ATP) for cellular energy, resulting in exactly the right kind and amount of energy. What they have discovered is that lasers help in more ways than just boosting energy.

“What we have found is that low-level lasers stimulate the body to release pain-relieving endorphins, help the body heal damaged DNA and scar tissue and even help repolarize cell membranes for better nutrient absorption,” said Dr. Larry Lytle, author of the book “Universal Healer: Book I Osteoarthritis.” and developer of the QLaser.

Lytle’s QLaser was recently cleared by the FDA for over-the-counter sale and use in treating osteoarthritis in the hands. The Q1000 is a Class I laser device that has been classified by the FDA as a non-significant risk device as related to eye injuries, yet it helps the body release endorphins reduce inflammation, increase circulation, heal damaged cell membranes and boost cells’ energy levels, resulting in less pain and more healing. Keeping a personal laser, like the QLaser, at home can help patients address their osteoarthritis without turning to costly medical treatments.

For more information about the QLaser and to receive a free copy of Dr. Lytle’s book, “Universal Healer: Book I Osteoarthritis,” go to www.QLaserSolutions.com and enter the promotional code 5265 in the dropdown menu. To receive an information packet, call 1-800-597-9231 and use promotional code 5265. Dr. Lytle is available for interviews. To arrange an interview, please e-mail kip@rapidnet.com.

Living a Better Life in Times of Chaos

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<p>(<a href=NewsUSA) – Is your life full of chaos?

Challenges such as stress, anxiety, illness and depression all contribute to a chaotic life. So how do you rid your life of the obstacles to your happiness and change it for the better?

Yehuda Berg says the answer lies within a group of sacred letters from the biblical story of Moses and the Red Sea. In his book “The 72 Names of God,” Berg says that through 72 three-letter combinations taken from three biblical verses, you can find the strength to eliminate negative forces that keep you from living a fulfilling life.

The book explains that the 72 names are not “names” in the literal sense, but visual mantras that are activated spiritually rather than vocally. These spiritual tools come from a tradition called Kabbalah, which is today the fastest-growing global spiritual movement. Contrary to popular belief, Kabbalah is not a religion and you do not have to be Jewish to study it.

According to the teachings of Kabbalah, everything, including our destiny, begins and ends with our own individual behavior. The apparent randomness that we encounter in life is actually a system of cause and effect. Furthermore, the ability to overcome challenges lies in the power of mind over matter.

“The 72 Names of God” encourages readers to meditate on the names and follow through with a physical action to implement positive change in their lives.

Here are a few of the names and their applications:

* Healing: Think about others who also need healing. Be accountable. Blaming someone or something else absolves us of responsibility. Accepting 100 percent responsibility brings about the energy of healing.

* Unconditional Love: You should offer unconditional love to others if you want to have peace and serenity in your life. Love has the power to eradicate all forms of darkness. When you offer love to your enemies, you destroy their darkness and hatred.

* Eliminating Negative Thoughts: When negative thoughts – worry, anxiety, fear, pessimism, uncertainty – invade your mind, focus on thoughts that move you forward, not backward.

* Letting Go: Human nature is to hang on to past regrets and earlier traumas. But you cannot live a fulfilling future if you are hanging on to an unhappy and cynical past. This name gives you the courage to let go.

For more information about “The 72 Names of God,” log on to www.72.com.