Informative Articles and Research
Uses and Benefits Far Infrared Therapy
Augmentation of Wound Healing talks about the use of heat or far infrared energy in the healing of venous ulcers, diabetic ulcers, and post amputation wounds due to its ability to increase nitric oxide.
Nobel Prize Winners recognizes Louis Ignarro and two other Americans for discovering that the body uses nitric oxide gas to make blood vessels relax and widen which may help with heart disease and possibly lead to new treatments for several diseases.
Far Infrared Overview explains what Far Infrared Therapy is and talks about is many health benefits.
Too Hot for Cancer talks about the success Friedrich Douwes, M.D., of Klinik St. Georg has had using the heat from far infrared radiation and direct electrical current as mainstays of his cancer-killing strategy.
Hyperthermia with Chemotherapy (heat) can increase the effect of chemotherapy treatments. By itself, it can also kill cancer cells. By using heat to treat the whole body, we can treat cancer cells wherever they are throughout the entire body....
Turn up the Heat for Cancer talks about cancer being the second-leading cause of death in the United States and that doctors are currently looking at "heat" to fight it.
Breast Cancer Far Infrared and Research Dr. Cabriales talks about his research in Mexico that he did using traditional treatments as well as the SOQI Products. There is also a study done on the beneficial effects of using Far Infrared Therapy for Breast Cancer related Lymphedema.
Infrared's Affect on Dentistry with Dr. John Tate and his experience using far infrared in his practice and his findings.
Dr. Lipton, Dr. Tate and Dr. McClintock a paper and audio file on their interpretation about the benefits of Far Infrared Therapy.
Review the Independent Study performed by a physical therapist who used far infrared therapy to assist with certain ailments.
The above articles are interesting in showing the many applications and benefits of Far Infrared Therapy. Many of these articles pertain to a medical setting and should not be interpreted as a recommendation for therapy in using the SOQI Ceramic FIR Dome.