These pictures came from an article sent to me by Dr. Nelson Marquina, who is the president of USA Laser. They illustrate how the body emits photons of light. We cannot see this light with the naked eye because our eyes are only sensitive to a very small part of the electromagnetic spectrum; that is, the major colors abbreviated ROYGBIV. The article also explains how the emissions of light change in intensity based on diurnal rhythms which may relate to changes in metabolism. I encourage you read more about this in the article by clicking here.
It is interesting how cold laser therapy also works by emitting photons of light into the body. I’ve used cold laser to help resolve many musculo-skeletal conditions such as: herniated and/or degenerated low back (lumbar) and neck (cervical) intervertebral discs; and spinal and extremity muscle, tendon, ligament, cartilage, nerve and bone injuries. I find it especially useful in chronic pain and injuries that don’t heal well. Nutritional deficiencies related to collagen, elastin, and other connective tissue regeneration is also usually critical in healing chronic pain/injuries. Additionally, chiropractic and applied kinesiology care should also be implemented in order to correct muscle and joint imbalances. This revolutionary modality known as cold laser therapy is definitely worth looking into if you suffer from any type of musculo-skeletal pain.