A friend has neuropathy and I keep looking for therapies.
I read an article by "the guy" with the Ph.D, unbeknowst
to me he had a connection to this company
article was very well written, I can easily see people taken
in by his clever wording, but in the end it felt like an infomercial
as some things said in the article made me suspicious. I'm letting
my 30+ years of electronics experience + common sense be my guide.
It appears that they use the same type of lights [IR-LED =
Infra-Red Light Emitting Diodes] that is also used on
ordinary remote controls for televisions or any piece of
consumer electronics gear, they are very low in price [~50 cents each,
cheaper in bulk order] and very common to purchase.
On the other hand, you can get plenty of infra-red radiation
from ordinary sunlight, perhaps in more lethal does vs.
those simple LED's. If sunlight doesn't fix you, I don't
expect those LED's to fix you.
On the other hand, if this LED therapy works for you, then I would
expect exposure to sunlight as fixing you also.
I don't believe what the articles claims; only the cells
respond to a certain wavelength when no other wavelengths are present.
I don't think your cells are that picky or know any better, it doesn't make sense to me.
I also don't think the 292 cycles per second [292hz] is relevent to the treatment also.
In the end, I have added 'light therapy' to my friends
regimen, but this will be exposure to sunlight vs. spending
big money on an array of LED's that would cost me $50
to make myself. Sunlight therapy is free and if it's free,
you might as well try it.