In this video, Larry Lytle spends about 27 minutes speaking on "Lasers" at the 31st Annual Cancer Convention held on Labor Day weekend by the Cancer Control Society.
About Larry Lytle
LARRY LYTLE, D.D.S., Ph.D. received his D.D.S. Degree from the University of Nebraska, Lincoln and his Ph.D. Degree in Nutrition from the Donsbach University, Huntington Beach, California. He then practiced General Dentistry in Rapid City, South Dakota for the next 34 years. During his dental career he was accredited by the American Academy of Cosmetic Dentistry and also by the Academy of Laser Dentistry.
While practicing Dentistry, Dr. Lytle included Nutritional Consulting as well as Cosmetic Dentistry, Laser Dentistry, and TMJ/TMD. He lectured in his many areas of expertise in the United States and other countries.
In the area of Proprioception, Dr. Lytle was the developer of direct Laser-Bonded Splints, Miracle Bite Tabs and Easy Adjust Proprioceptive Guides. He also holds several product patents for Low Level Lasers. Currently, he is a Consultant for several companies in the areas of Proprioception to the Brain and Low Level Laser Therapy.
Dr. Lytle has published a booklet titled Understanding Low Level Laser Therapy and a Laser User Manual plus several videos.
Contact information is by phone 605-342-5669, fax 605-342-5789, website www.laserinformation.com and e-mail [email protected]
We'll make sure that the computer is progressing here. Ladies and gentlemen, we're going to speak about energy. Aim. Energy really is the is the essence of life. Everything around you and in you and about you is all about energy. There are electrodynamics, feels that control all of life. These fields are in this room. They're in and around you. They're about you. There are radio waves in this room. There are microwaves in this room. They're AC and DC. All of the energy is in this room. They intertwine. And it's very difficult to explain this energy with a diagram. It would best I could explain it is if you would take a an egg beater and put a bowl of cream and put the times of the egg beater in the bowl of cream. Turn the egg beater on. And you end up with butter, a different sauce than you started. However, if one of those times are banned, then you have no butter and the eggbeater doesn't work. We're going to talk about electrodynamics fields today and the way lasers affect all of humankind. A very brief understanding of the electromagnetic spectrum. Maybe it's easier to see on this side. On this far side here you have cosmic rays, gamma rays, x rays, U.B. visible infrared microwaves into the far right radio waves. And you can see as we go from left to right.
They get longer. All of the waves we're gonna be talking about today are in the visible and the near infrared.
So when it comes to safety, there is no question about the laser being extremely safe. We are dealing with a wavelength that's just like the lights in this room. It's just a different way of harnessing those light. So please keep this electromagnetic spectrum in mind as we progress.
Laser means light an application by stimulated emission of radiation. It was first described by Einstein in the thirties. Later, the first laser was made in 1960 out of a ruby.
The element of Ruby, when you combine different elements or take pure elements and activate those elements, these elements will get excited and they'll emit photons. Photons are small packets of light energy in the form of a wave element with a defined wavelength and a frequency related to that wavelength. Once these Folkman's are emitted, they emit a coherent light. Remember this term, not only is it coherent is also monochromatic. This separates the laser light from all the rest of the lights.
This is the main differentiating factor from LCD light emitting diodes.
Many people get confused because the light is red. They think it's a laser light.