What is the treatment regiment?
Acute infectious situations typically will be treated with one treatment daily or every other day until improved or resolved. Chronic situations are treated on a variable schedule, but a typical pattern of treatment would be one treatment two times per week for three weeks, and then one treatment weekly for four weeks, then gradually moving towards one treatment every two months as maintenance. The treatments may take effect immediately and the benefits are apparent for up to 45 days.
What are the contraindications?
Porphyria, photosensitivity, acute hemorrhagic diseases (such as hemophilia-but not including routine medical anticoagulation), hyperthyroidism, subacute appendicitis and cholecystitis, immediately after a myocardial infarction (heart attack)
What do I do after my Photo-oxidation treatment?
Drink eight 8-ounce glasses of pure water in the 24 hours following your treatment.
Avoid taking antioxidant supplements for 24 hours following your treatment. This includes Vitamins A,C,E, selenium, glutathione, pycnogenols,
Make sure you are eliminating properly – exercise, increase fiber, colonic therapy, herbal laxatives. You may take enzymes and minerals to help facilitate energizing process.
What can I expect after a treatment?
Some people feel better immediately afterwards. Occasionally, some people feel worse before they feel better. This is because the body is actually detoxifying from the treatment. The stimulated oxidation process can cause your body to “break” an infection. Detoxification symptoms include feeling tired or run- down, fever, chills, and flu like symptoms. This will usually last the night of your treatment and most people then feel better afterwards. In individuals with weakened immune systems (chronic fatigue, Candida, multiple sensitivities, etc.) it may take up to four treatments (rarely more) before the immune system is noticeably better.