Some Promising New Therapies that Use Light and Sound


Photo: Creative Commons Licenseby Connie Hernandez, ND

Everything in this created universe has its own, unique vibratory signature – we human beings are no exception.

We are beings of energy, as Albert Einstein showed a little over a century ago.

Dr. Connie Hernandez, ND
Dr. Connie Hernandez, ND

All of the vibrations of which our bodies, minds, and emotions are composed, both internally and externally, interact with each other, affecting each other and shaping us in countless ways.

We are literally formed by the complex of vibratory of the energy of which we are made.

Every cell, every organ, every tissue, and every microbe vibrates at a specific frequency. Opposing frequencies can flatline each other. Resonant frequencies can amplify each other.

Throughout history, shamans and medicine people have intuitively known about the vibratory structure of the human form, and have used resonant frequencies of sound and light to heal.

The last century saw the development of tools that used electromagnetic energy and resonant frequencies to diagnose and help cure disease. Many of these tools and techniques were, and continue to be, dismissed as “black-box therapies,” with sneering aspersions and actual legal penalties cast on their practitioners.

In all ages, people have feared what they didn’t understand.

The truth is that the early attempts were the Model T’s of energy medicine – and now we’re waiting for the Teslas.

Pioneers throughout the world have continued to develop techniques for diagnosing and treating disease using vibratory frequencies. Much of the present research is coming from Eastern Europe and Russia.

Two avenues of approach in particular have captured my attention. The first is photobiomodulation (PBM) therapy, which uses lasers, LEDs and broadband light, both visible and infrared, for clinical effect. I’ll talk more about PBM in more detail next month, as we Dr. Marcel and I will shortly be attending a conference of the International Society for Medical Laser Applications.

Meanwhile, I’m personally experimenting with several PBM devices that can be used at home. These Vielight devices are sourced from Canada and utilize intranasal applicators to deliver light energy to the blood. The applicator is clipped to the nose and left in place for 25 minutes, treating the blood as it flows past the applicator.

Laser light energy at 630-640 nanometers has been found to influence blood cells, changing the viscosity of the blood, healing the vascular endothelium, and positively affecting the blood’s lipid profile.

(I’ve designed personal experiments to see how this therapy will affect my known cardiovascular parameters.)

A wavelength of 810 nanometers affects the brain. Evidence supports the use of this wavelength in treating mild cognitive impairment, migraine, stroke, and Parkinson’s Disease.

The combination of the nasal applicator and a transcranial cluster of lights worn externally, like a cap, is currently being used in clinical trials for the treatment of Alzheimer’s Disease. I’m experimenting with the nasal applicator alone to see if it improves my sleep.

If you’re interested in performing your own experiments, you can contact Vielight and mention the code “pacnat” for a discount.

A second therapy I’m experimenting with employs sound. It uses a device that can sort the frequencies present in a voice sample. The resultant voiceprint reveals missing frequencies, which in turn can reveal the energetics behind various physical and emotional problems. Resonant therapies, including color therapy, can then be suggested. Audio recordings of the missing frequencies are given to the patient to help restore balance both to the voice itself and to aid in the resonant healing of physical and emotional ills.

After receiving my voiceprint, I was sufficiently impressed by the accuracy of its indications to consider bringing a device of this nature into Pacific Naturopathic. If you have an interest in trying this therapy, please let us know:

Stay tuned!


Find out more about Dr. Connie’s work HERE.