As stated per InLight Medical: In 2016, the National Institute of Health database adopted the word photobiomodulation (PBM) as the new medical science heading (MeSH) keyword for the science of light therapy and its technology. They felt photobiomodulation more accurately describes the physiological mechanism(s) that result from the application of FDA-cleared light technology. You’ll find over 5000+ research articles about photobiomodulation and its technology on the PubMed website (www.pubmed.gov). Use one of the following keywords in your search: photobiomodulation, LLLT (low level light therapy), or polychromatic light therapy to learn more.
THE LIGHT, By Michael Weiner
How Low Level Light Therapy (LLLT) healed my Traumatic Brain Injury (TBI), and the struggle to deliver this remedy to those with Alzheimer’s Disease.
LIGHT MEDICINE OF THE FUTURE, By Dr. Jacob Liberman
Integrating scientific research, clinical experience, and his own insights, Dr. Jacob Liberman has worked effectively with more than 15,000 individuals, from the learning disabled and physically/emotionally traumatized to business executives and Olympic athletes. The book discusses the use of light in the treatment of various cancers, depression, stress, visual problems, PMS, sexual dysfunction, learning disabilities, and the human immune system.
THE BRAINS WAY OF HEALING, By Norman Doidge, MD
“Brilliant and highly original. Neurology used to be considered a depressing discipline with patients often displaying fascinating but essentially untreatable symptoms and disabilities. Drawing on the last three decades of research, Doidge challenges this view, using vivid portraits of patients and their physicians. The book is a treasure-trove of the author’s own deep insights and a clear bright light of optimism shines through every page.”
V.S. Ramachandran M.D., Ph.D., Neurologist, Neuroscientist, and author of “The Tell-Tale Brain,” Director of the Center for Brain and Cognition, University of California, San Diego