Pain is interpreted in the brain so we can use standard rules of neurology (or use muscle testing to identify AOI) and laser the same side cerebellum and / or opposite side cortex of the symptomatic area. Not lasering the symptomatic area directly. Re-evaluate on next visit.
Laser the spinal nerve to the involved myotome / dermatome. Still not lasering the symptomatic area directly; but involving the system.
Laser the AOI directly with the programmable head and the preset head is at the spinal level; and can also be used at the cerebellum / cortex. I have never heard of an adverse reaction occurring if this protocol has been used. Many times, by performing step 1, there is a decrease in pain.
Muscle testers check testability and switching immediately, and you will not have the concerns that others may face. This is located on the Advanced Video Volume 1.
Patient may place a hand over their forehead while Feeling the pain and/or concentrating on events and stress leading up to the condition.
This condition is characterized by severe chronic pain, inflammation, anxiety and more. It often occurs after a trauma and/or surgery. Everything that can be done to balance the nervous system starting with the basics and extending to the advanced protocols need to be considered.
Start Slowly! As an example, we will take an RSD case in the foot and in rare cases, when after lasering the area of involvement, the pain and symptoms increase. Why would this happen? Increasing mitochondrial ATP synthesis can occur in Type A muscle spindle fibers decreasing pain sensation and Type C pain fibers it increases pain sensation. If there is an extreme decrease in inhibitory function/physiology, there is a chance there is nothing to inhibit the interpretation of pain sensation. Again, this is a rare occurrence, however it does happen.