Photons help folks find relief
Bill and Mary
Harrison, almost 80 years old and going strong, are helping people find
relief from pain.
Thanks to some
research by NASA and the engineering knowledge of Bill, they’re offering
photon healing, a scientifically proven way of helping people find relief
“I don’t have
to do this for a living, but it’s exciting and between the two of us we have
a great time,” says Harrison.
The design of
their recent Fountain Hills medical product is based on a concept that was
brought to Bill’s attention two years ago through a medical report written by
Dr. Harry Whelan, a professor at the University of Wisconsin Medical College.
Early in the
space program it was realized that astronaut injuries do not heal in space. A
similar problem occurs in nuclear submarines.
Because of the
very serious consequences, NASA funded researchers to investigate the use of
the reported healing qualities of special LEDs (Light Emitting Diodes) when
adjusted to the right color and intensity. Because of Bill’s background, he
was very excited about NASA’s research and their remarkable clinical results.
that treatment with these devices relieved and often eliminated pain, reduced
healing time to one-half, accelerated muscle and tendon regeneration and much
As an added
bonus they found no negative side effects.
Bill discussed the
amazing results with a prominent Scottsdale
doctor friend, who said to him, “Bill, you could build one of these.” He
agreed and did just that. Over the following two years various applicator
configurations were designed, developed and tested that confirmed the NASA