What is a resonating laser and how do they affect the body?
Over 100 years of research has shown that electromagnetic frequencies can affect our bodies. The application of these effects to treat various conditions is called Frequency Medicine.
Many modalities such as ultrasound, TENS, electrical stimulation, and even infrared heating elements depend on modulating frequencies to affect the body in different ways. For example, a slow electrical stimulation frequency may be used to reduce pain in a chronically irritated sensory nerve, or a much higher frequency to stimulate muscle for strengthening. In the same way, laser light can be modulated to achieve different effects.
The QLaser Resonators call these sets of modulation frequencies Therapy Modes. The modes are programmed into the computers built into the Q1000 and the Q10.
These modes rely on a unique feature of QLaser Resonators: the laser diodes and LEDs pulse the light via a soliton wave which delivers the light deep to the tissues.
The QLasers’ patented soliton technology is the only therapeutic laser system offering this unique delivery mechanism.
It’s been postulated that cells communicate with each other via soliton waves, that connective tissue communicates with solitons and, that even nerve impulses are a soliton waveform.
What makes solitons unique is that, unlike other waveforms, they don’t dissipate over time and distance. Solitons occur in nature as tsunamis and as the sound waves produced by whales and dolphins that allows them to communicate over great distances.
Technically, solitons are self-reinforcing waveform packets of energy — in the case of lasers, photonic energy.
Pioneers of Frequency Medicine
Research on the therapeutic effects of electromagnetic frequencies has been underway for more than 100 years. The results of this research contribute significantly to the therapeutic effectiveness of the Q-Laser Resonating Lasers reported by clients and customers.
Over the years, there have been three leaders in the research of frequency medicine:
QLaser Therapy Modes
Q1000NG and Flash Probes can be programmed with multiple therapy modes. Mode numbers one through three below are built-in and common to all Q1000s. For the other modes there are well over 100 different programs possible. However, the modes listed below are the most requested
Some lasers on the market may provide more programs or user-adjustable frequency settings, but the Q1000NG and its internal computer allow each photon-emitting device to be controlled independently. QLaser therapy modes are much more flexible and sophisticated than possible with user programming.
QLaser Soliton Technology
"By combining two or more laser diodes which are regulated by microprocessors, I have been able to produce controlled solitons, which are then delivered by low level lasers.
"The nature of the solition wave in my QLaser series enables the energy to penetrate deeply into the body without changing or losing its waveform or the information it carries."
Dr. Larry Lytle