The Theory and Practice of Syntonic Phototherapy: A Review

If you’re considering doing the Better Eye Health Program, you’re probably wondering why we are so insistent that you do color therapy. If you have never heard of color therapy you might want to know more about where it comes from and what it does.
 
This review article by Larry Wallace, OD tells of the history of Syntonics which is the name given to the science and study of color therapy. Dr. Wallace was the person who helped Grace Halloran, Ph.D put together her color therapy program and for this we are forever grateful.
 
What the article shows:
This article won’t tell you how to build a color therapy machine or how to set up a program for your eyes but it will give you some background and enough information for you to go study more that is your interest. On its own, it is a very nice review article about a therapy that is a critical part of the Better Eye Health Program.

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Brain Functional Connectivity Network Breakdown and Restoration in Blindness

This article from the noted journal Neurology and the accompanying editorial describe a challenge that Grace Halloran and I have worked with for years. When you do a therapy that improves your vision, there is often additional work needed to get the eye and the brain working together again. If you’re just starting the better eye health Program you won’t have to worry about this until later. We include this article just as a reminder of what the next phase of the work will be for you as you see your vision improve.
 
What the article describes:
The main article about brain functional conductivity by Bola et.al. describes a well-known phenomenon. Namely when any part of the visual pathway is damaged there can be a disconnect between the brain and the eye. The editorial that accompanied this article gets to the issue most important to me. Therapies are needed to restore the proper connection between the brain and the eye as the eye begins to regenerate and heal. What is needed is not the same for all people so we will deal with each person
individually, creating a personalized program for them if this kind of functional therapy is ever needed.
 
This is an advanced topic and more relevant for people well along in their work in the better eye health treatment program.

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Harnessing the Power of Adult Stem Cells to Repair Tissues

Printed in the journal PNAS (Proceedings of the National Academy of Sciences) as part of the Colloquium section, this study was led by the Center for Gene Therapy, Tulane University Health Sciences Center, New Orleans, LA.


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Pluripotency of Mesenchymal Stem Cells Derived from Adult Marrow

An article published in Nature from the Stem Cell Institute, Division of Hematology, Oncology and Transplantation, Department of Medicine, Department of Microbiology, Center for Immunology, Department of Neurosurgery, and Department of Genetics, Cell Biology and Development, University of Minnesota Medical School, Minneapolis, Minnesota.


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