Directions for Use /Basic Protocols

One of the best gifts of the Visum Light is its ability to provide multiple ways to accomplish successful results. Yet it presents a challenge when recommending a specific protocol for any one condition.

Because we are working with energy, some of the factors that need to be considered are: the health of the client, age, health habits, diet, weight, personal trauma, and state of mind at the time of application. These factors can change from client to client, and even within the client from day to day.

So the question becomes, how do we determine the best way to use the Visum Light? The following steps provide a general approach that works for most clients, allowing you to customize your approach based on the individual experience.


The following steps will guide you thru the process we suggest and then customize the options based on the feedback from the client.
  1. To start, it is best to place the body into a Parasympathetic state. You can use any color you want for this, but my personal favorite is Turquoise (Blue and Green). It is simplest to use the continuous setting, but you can also use the Pre-Programmed Pattern P4 (Anxiety), or as you learn more about the Nogier Frequencies, you may find that you want to use one of those. Two minutes on each side of the Vagus nerve (place the light at the base of the ear) or temples is usually sufficient.
  2. Next, open the lymph system by following the Lymphatic Release Chart. The Red/NIR combo is preferred, with CW, P4 or Nogier D (2336 Hz) being most effective.
  3. Address the Area of Concern (AOC) starting with any pain-related symptoms. First, select your color — Red/NIR are the most common. Select Pre-Programmed Pattern P3 (Pain), and set the light directly on the AOC for the full 10-minute cycle. Repeat for a maximum of 3 AOCs per session.
  4. Optional — finish with Turquoise (Blue/Green) on the Vagus Nerve for 2 minutes each side.
  5.  Finish with Turquoise (Blue/Green) on the Vagus Nerve for 2 minutes each side.

Basic Protocols to Get You Started

The intention of our Basic Protocols is to help you get started using your Visum Light. As mentioned above, there are many factors that can determine which color you choose, if you use CW or select a Pre-Programmed Pattern. Or maybe you prefer to utilize a specific Nogier frequency.  Either way, they’re all correct! No matter how you choose to use your Light, you’re never “wrong.” The only wrong way to use it is to leave it sitting in a drawer or on the counter!

So get started the simple and easy way with Red/NIR using CW, or with a Pre-Programmed Pattern. Ease your way into learning more about the Nogier Frequencies and color combinations. There’s no limit to the ways you can be successful with your Visum Light, so just go for it!

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The following are suggestions only for these protocols – they are offered as a great place to start. Keep in mind that you are able to individualize the color(s), method of application, pre-programmed pattern/Nogier frequency used, time and how often you apply the Visum Light. We are including our most popular protocols and will add to this over time. Right now you will find a protocol for Pain – Acute and Chronic, Scars – Keloid, Hypertrophic, Contractures,  Surgery – Preparation and Recovery

Pain Protocol

Pain is the number one reason we have seen that people reach out for light therapy. Pain is real and can take over one’s life. Pain is either Acute or Chronic, each is addressed a little differently.

Acute Pain

Acute pain is pain that signals that you’ve been hurt. A sudden, sharp pain that lasts less than 3-6 months. This type of pain is caused by something specific – a muscle strain, a broken bone, surgical effects, wounds, etc. The pain goes away once the affected area has been addressed. Therapy for acute pain targets the cause of the pain and the area of concern (AOC).

Color(s): Red and NIR

Where to apply: Directly to the AOC

Method of Application: Stop and Stay or Painting

Pre-Programmed Pattern: P3

Duration and frequency: 10 minutes, twice a day for 10-14 days. Adjust based on progress

Chronic Pain

Chronic pain is an ongoing pain that last more than 3-6 months and is caused by an underlying issue. Many types of chronic pain are headaches, arthritis, nerve pain, back pain, fibromyalgia, etc. Pain effects everyone differently and therefore many therapy options are sought out by those in this state.

Eduardo Fraifeld, MD, president of the American Academy of Pain Medicine says that with chronic pain, “the pain itself becomes a disease, when the injury heals and you continue having pain beyond the time of expected recovery, that’s chronic pain.” Because of this, therapy for chronic pain addresses the area of concern (AOC) and also the forehead and the spine.

Color(s): Red and NIR

Where to apply: Directly to the AOC, forehead, top and base of spine

Method of Application: Stop and Stay

Pre-Programmed Pattern: P3

Duration and frequency: 10 minutes to AOC, 2 minutes on forehead and 2 minutes each base and top of spine. Repeat every other day until condition improves then adjust based on progress.

Scar Protocol

A scar is the body’s natural way of healing and replacing lost or damaged skin. There are 3 types of scars – Keloid scars are thick, rounded, irregular clusters of scar tissue that grow at the site of a wound but beyond the edges of the borders of the wound. Hypertrophic scars are similar but their growth is confined within the boundaries of the original skin defect. Contractures are an abnormal occurrence that happens when a large area of skin is damaged and lost, resulting in a scar.

Keloid Scars

Color(s): Red, Blue and NIR

Where to apply: Directly to the AOC

Method of Application: Stop and Stay, Circular

Pre-Programmed Pattern: P5

Duration and frequency: 10 minutes to AOC, addressing outside the boundary of the scar. Repeat every other day until condition improves then adjust based on progress.

Hypertrophic Scars

Color(s): Red, Blue and NIR

Where to apply: Directly to the AOC

Method of Application: Marching

Pre-Programmed Pattern: P5

Duration and frequency: 10 minutes to AOC, start on one end of the scar and slowly move to the other end. Repeat every other day until condition improves then adjust based on progress.

Contractures

Color(s): Red, Blue and NIR

Where to apply: Directly to the AOC

Method of Application: Marching

Pre-Programmed Pattern: P5

Duration and frequency: 10 minutes to AOC, address the scar and all the skin around it that is being pulled. Repeat every other day until condition improves then adjust based on progress.

Surgery – Preparation and Recovery Protocol

There are times when surgery is necessary to investigate or repair a pathological condition such as a disease or injury, to help improve bodily function, appearance, or to repair unwanted ruptured areas.

Surgery can be planned, sometimes far in advance, or it can be unplanned in the case of an emergency. Recovery is most often the same regardless of the reason why.

Planned Surgery

To best prepare for an upcoming surgery, one would want to be in the best wellness state they can be. Besides a good nutritional diet, using the Visum Light on specific acu-points to support General Wellness is essential. In addition, placing the light right on the planned surgical site will prepare the tissue for the upcoming invasion.

Color(s): Red

Where to apply: Acu-points, surgical site

Method of Application: Stop and Stay

Pre-Programmed Pattern: none – use continuous

Duration and frequency: 10-15 seconds per acu-point, 2-5 minutes on surgical site. Start 7-10 days prior to surgery if possible. Repeat every day until surgery.

Unplanned Surgery – Recovery

Regardless if your surgery was planned or unplanned, your recovery protocol will be the same.

As soon as you can (even in the recovery room if the facility allows it) start using the Visum Light. You may not have pain yet so preparing the surgical site at this time is very important.

If your surgical site has a lot of dressing you may not be able to penetrate thru that with the light. That is OK, just get the light as close to it as you can. If there is a cast, light the top and bottom open ends and any part you can reach.

If the dressing is removable, you will address the surgical site each time you change dressings.

Color(s): Blue for 72 hours on any swollen areas and directly on the incision if you can get to it.  Red on acu-points to continue to support General Wellness, Red & NIR around the incision and directly over it after 72 hours.

Where to apply: Acu-points, surgical site,

Method of Application: Stop and Stay

Pre-Programmed Pattern: continuous on the Acupoints, P3, P5

Duration and frequency: 10-15 seconds per acu-point, 2-5 minutes on surgical site. Start immediately after surgery and continue twice a day for 7-10 days. Adjust based on progress.