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Osteoporosis is a serious metabolic bone disorder that increases the likelihood of bone fractures and affects the lives of a large percentage of the aging population, with post menopausal type Osteoporosis being the most common. The purpose of this case study was to investigate the effectiveness of coMra-Therapy in the treatment of post menopausal Osteoporosis. The study participant treated herself at home over an 11 month period using coMra-Therapy, (Coherent Multi Radiance Therapy) according to the treatment guide. CoMra-Therapy combines low level laser therapy, magnetic therapy, coloured light therapy and ultrasound therapy in one device called the Delta low level laser. Bone density scans were taken at 11 months apart and there was a statistically significant increase in bone mass density reported between scans in both the total hip of +4.7% and +3.6% in the lumbar spine, while over the same period, according to the calculated rate of bone loss, it was anticipated that there would be a further loss of bone mass between -1.3 and -1.5%. These results indicate that coMra-Therapy is a safe and viable treatment method for post menopausal osteoporosis in humans that gives individuals the ability to take a more active role in the improvement and maintenance of their own health.

 

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How our physical body is able to initiate and complete its own healing is one of its most remarkable features. Even a simple finger cut initiates responses from dozens of types of cells – the smallest units in our body – coordinated to achieve specific results, such as stopping blood loss, killing foreign bacteria and preventing infection, creating new blood capillaries, repairing and regenerating skin layers. These processes rely on the astonishing intelligence of our cells and the different ways in which they can communicate and function together towards one goal.

Key to this remarkable healing concerto is the ability of individual cells to communicate with each other using specialized chemical messengers, which provide specific stimuli that direct a cell to perform one or another function. For example, medical science has identified a group of messengers called Growth Factors. These chemical messengers act to stimulate the proliferation, growth and maturation of young cells that will replace damaged cells in a wound [1].

In terms of messaging, some remarkable developments took place in the early 1980s, when researchers started to accumulate evidence proving that light can also act as a messenger for initiating regeneration and repair. In coMra-Therapy visible colour lights are used precisely as a messenger to initiate this process – communicating a message of healing to cells. In this article I will start discussing the actions of light as a messenger on cells.

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I would like share with you my experience at the 80th International Conference on Light and Vision in Colorado Springs, U.S.A., and also some of the correspondences I found between the use of colour in syntonic optometry and coMra-Therapy.

The “Light and Vision” conference was focused on the application of specific colours to eyes, in order to treat vision-related diseases. But in a sense, the conference was itself colour-full, with a rich palette of therapies and an inspiring vision of healing with light. The feeling from this conference was of warmth and light coming from every person. :)

Optometrists from around the world – USA, Germany, Portugal, Australia, South Africa, UK – came to learn about syntonic optometry and share their experiences.

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Welcome to the Science Spot at RLT Blog!

Here I am going to present in more detail the science of coMra-Therapy outlined in the video coMra-Therapy – A Brief Explanation, as well as the mechanisms of action of the four radiances, and a lot more in-depth information about coMra-Therapy Case Studies.

First of all, it is important to understand our vision of the role that should be played by science and technology...

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