Constant knee pain makes it hard to be active, so in mid 2015, I did a lot of sitting and reading. One of the books was Norman Doidge’s The Brain’s Way of Healing.
Chapter 4 covered the effect of red and near infrared light on the brain and spinal cord, and there were some remarkable stories told. In passing, Doidge mentioned the positive effect of red and near infrared light on arthritic joints and damaged tendons.
I went hunting on Google Scholar and found some medical journal articles that Continue reading “The Beginning”
Some wonderful photos of a recent Cossack construction. The creator put the LED strips on the inside of the Cossack, and this required the use of lots and lots of cable ties.
Fortunately, the creator didn’t cut the ends of the cable ties, making for a very fine porcupine or echidna.
Sincere thanks for permission to post these photos.
Cutting to size:
The perfect Cossack frame:
The LED strip was installed inside (outside is probably easier) and held with cable ties:
It is fabulous!
Recently, photobiomodulation, the application of red to
infrared light on body tissues has been reported to alter the course of aged decline*.
This quote comes from a very recently published article Does Photobiomodulation influence ageing? Continue reading “Red light and Ageing”
The Instructions for the Cossack light hat are done. Click Cossack instructions to download them.
If you are wondering who Cossack is, check out these earlier posts:
A while ago I posted information about a low-cost intranasal light product. More. It has an official brandname, but really it was born to be Rudolph. Continue reading “Rudolph II”
I realised that it looks a bit odd, rattling on about exercise and Parkinson’s disease, on a blog devoted to red and near infrared light. Continue reading “Why the last post on exercise and PD?”
The item you need is plastic-coated wire mesh. It is available at most hardware stores and garden centres. Here is the brand that Michael used to develop his Cossack design.
Continue reading “Cossack – making the frame”