Following this period the patient is exposed to a high power laser. This is a painless procedure. The patient may have temporary sensations of heat, but when this occurs the treatment is discontinued and resumed in a few seconds to minimize discomfort.
The length of time necessary for laser work depends on the size and depth of the tissue being treated.
In the case of autoimmune disease there is only one hour of laser application, done at the same time as the infusion.
In the case of cancer normally the laser work is repeated on at least 4 and possibly 7 more days. Each day the amount of laser work is increased as we reach deeper into the body.
Laser work is applied by trained laser professionals who understand the dynamics of effective treatment. The laser specialists work from a program that defines treatment times.
Medical examinations may be required and in all cases old and recent medical records including scans will be required.
Expanded Protocol; In addition to the Photodynamic Therapy treatment, we use a comprehensive protocol involving a proprietary treatment which uses primarily natural compounds to restore health and to manage primary and metastatic cancer.