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The DelRe Protocols Blog

Welcome to my blog! In this blog, I will be attempting to encourage visionary people all around the world to consider trying coherent light therapy on themselves at home. I will be backing up my book “Rejuvenation” here. The reason I named this blog “The DelRe Protocols” is because my book gives clear directions, (protocols,) for using an inexpensive laser pointer to save thousands of dollars in medical and dental bills. It is simply a cheap, safe, drug-free way to achieve relief from diabetic neuropathy, rheumatoid arthritis, fibromyalgia, bursitis, postural hypotension, adrenal exhaustion, low thyroid function, tendinitis, carpal tunnel syndrome, and really, the list is as endless as the potential for morbid, (sick,) cells to exist in your body. As you can see by the list of laser therapy books to the left of the screen here, this is not new. In fact, it has been researched and used around the world for 40 years now, with over 2400 peer reviewed published papers which investigate an amazing range of uses for low level laser therapy.

2 comments to The DelRe Protocols Blog

  • Sergey

    Hello Lawrence,
    I started treating my baker’s cysts as a bursitis, using protocol in chapters 6 and 8 of your book. I was expecting to see some positive results within one week (after 2 treatments for both knees for 6 minutes each). I developed my cysts many months ago, but they are not big, approximately 3 to 6 cm. When can I expect to see results?

    Thank you,
    Sergey

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    admin Reply:

    Hello Sergey,

    While I am not permitted to respond to your case in particular, I would expect that someone treating a baker’s cyst would experience some improvement within two – three weeks. How much relief or improvement should be expected? Everyone is different, and the only way to know is to try. If there are aggravating factors that have not been eliminated, the relief will only be temporary. Once a person establishes their peak improvement, treatments should be spread out more and more until six week intervals are achieved, (if possible.) If a person has achieved no relief within three weeks, the treatment simply may not work on him/her, and treatment should be discontinued.

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