Not a new article, but the subject is sensational nonetheless. The medical industrial complex will never come out and admit it heals neurological problems, not in a wide public way. Infrared lights of sufficient power and the correct wavelength (880 nanometers) should be more common than cell phones. Really. They regenerate tissue of all kinds, increase blood flow to the area of application, reduce edema and scarring, etc. I'm glad the Parkinsons patients are availing themselves of the benefits. You won't find an article preceeding mine (2004) detailing the use of IR light to enhance brain function. - AVS Journal - Just a Light
Working on applying it, without surgical interventions, to deeper structures like the heart, liver, etc. Certain chemical adjuncts improve effectiveness dramatically. 660 nm wavelength, that of LED traffic stop lights and brake lights, is effective for all issues skin, by the way (It also seems to kill a wide variety of microbes). 880 nm seems to have the deepest penetration, while having optimal effects on healing.
Article excerpt -
Grace Winiecki spends 40 minutes each day with a red light bucket on her head — a device she claims is making a significant difference to her life.
The 63-year-old was diagnosed with Parkinson's disease 11 years ago and began her own light treatment, also known as photobiomodulation, last April.
"I'm probably better now than what I was seven years ago," Mrs Winiecki said.
Mrs Winiecki said since using red lights, she shakes a lot less, can dress herself easier, feels happier, lighter and laughs more.
"I don't think it'll ever be a cure, but it definitely slows progress and improves some [Parkinson's] symptoms," Mrs Winiecki said.
"We're getting a lot of good feedback from people who are using the lights, so it'd be a huge coincidence if they're all getting better just because they're wearing a bucket on their head."