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UV Light Part III
Photoluminescence Therapy

UV light was first discovered by Johann Wilhelm Ritter in 1801. In the late 1800s, physicians began to explore the connection between sunlight and health. Just over one hundred years after the Ritter’s discovery, in 1903, Niels Ryberg Finsen was awarded the Nobel Peace Prize for Physiology of Medicine for his work with UV light and disease. He treated some 300 people suffering from a disfiguring skin disease called lupus vulgaris. His work was based upon previous research showing that light could kill bacteria.

The first use of Photoluminescence Therapy (also called Biophotonic Therapy), once called Ultraviolet Blood Irradiation (UBI), was in 1922 by Kurt Naswitis. Naswitis irradiated the blood directly through a shunt. In an attempt to irradiate the blood outside the body using a system that would circulate the patient’s blood through an irradiation chamber and then back to the patient, Emmet Knott developed in the 1920s a precursor to the machinery we use today. He received his patent on September 11, 1928.

In that same year, Knott irradiated blood from the first human subject; a case of sepsis, or blood borne bacterial infection. The patient recovered within 24 hours of the treatment. By the summer of 1942, over 6,500 patients had been treated with Photoluminescence Therapy with a greater than 95% success rate, and no harmful side effects.

In cases of viral pneumonia, in 1943 they reported a complete disappearance of symptoms in 24 to 76 hours following a single treatment; a disappearance of coughing in 3 to 7 days; and lung clearing in 24 to 96 hours (as evident in subsequent X-rays).

At this time, in a paper presented by Dr Virgil Hancock,, was listed the following reactions occurring after Photoluminescence Therapy is administered:

  • Inactivation of toxins.
  • Destruction and inhibition of growth of bacteria.
  • Increase in the oxygen combining power of the blood and oxygen transportation to organs.
  • Immunostimulation of cellular and humoral (relating to bodily fluids) immunity (humoral immunity was a catchall phrase in a time before the complexities of the human immune system were understood)
  • Activation of steroid hormones.
  • Vasodilatation.
  • Activation of white blood cells.
  • Decreased platelet aggregation
  • Stimulation of fibrinolysis (the breakdown of blood clots)
  • Decreased viscosity of blood
  • Stimulation of corticosteroid production
  • Improved microcirculation

An interesting observation here is that all this was done before there was any great understanding of the immune system; suddenly we had a wonderful breakthrough in therapeutics without any understanding of the mechanism or mechanisms involved. (See below for How Photoluminescence Therapy Works)

In the forties, Knott made changes in his machinery and the FDA grandfathered in his device.

In over fifty years of testing, physicians performed over 300,000 clinical tests [] proving the validity of photoluminescence therapy and its curative potential. Most important: not one patient was lost in all these studies.

Medical historians tell us that the advent of antibiotics put an end to interest in photoluminescence therapy. This is not entirely true. It was monied interests that put an end to it.

If you’ve read our article Health Care for Dummies, which outlines how conventional medicine grew into a powerful monopoly, you’ll know that in the late thirties the monopoly was well underway: “the only acceptable medicine practiced (licensed, controlled) is based upon the use of morbid drugs, surgery, and, newly discovered, ‘radiation.’” Photoluminescence therapy was still in use and it was being studied, but the advent of the new miracle drug, antibiotics, put a quick end to PT, even though PT was successful against viruses that antibiotics can’t even touch. Medicine’s bottom line was the buck.

Soon PT was no longer taught in medical schools; hospitals no longer used it; only a few holdouts still practiced it. All the research coming out of Russia and Europe was ignored like a mutt at an AKC dog show. Special interests controlled the medical monopoly and the public slowly forgot that PT had ever existed.

While only a few individuals practiced PT through the fifties, sixties, and onward, PT was kept relatively inexpensive. The initial purchase of the machine wasn’t that great a setback. The electricity to run the machine has always been minimal. The largest cost of the entire process was the sterile tubes and needles that were used on one patient then thrown away, and this the patient paid for.

In the seventies, Yale University created a new form of PT that used just a little UV light to trigger a chemotherapeutic agent. The cost of the therapy?  $2,000.00 per treatment. It seems that within a very short time the Russians duplicated this method using low-intensity laser beams. Their version was much less costly.

Recently the FDA has approved a new PT machine that the inventors, Johnson & Johnson along with a Dr Eldeson who had developed the therapy used at Yale (above). The machine is called an Extracorporeal Photopheresis Blood Irradiator. The FDA approval allowed clinical trials on people with HIV and Graft-Versus-Host disease. The trials were extremely successful for HIV/AIDS related Complex, as over half the patients remained HIV negative for 14 to 16 months after the termination of the study. The drawback? Each treatment cost $5,000.00 and lasted four to five hours.

William Campbell Douglass, MD, a favorite author of mine who treats his patient using only alternatives, wrote a book called Into the Light, where he recommends Photoluminescence Therapy for the following conditions:

  • Immune deficiency problems
  • Viral Infections (hepatitis, respiratory, etc.)
  • Pneumonia
  • Non-healing wounds and wound infections
  • Emphysema
  • Inflammatory Processes: fibrositis (inflammation of, mainly, the muscle sheath), bursitis, iritis (inflammation of the iris), pancreatitis, etc
  • Autoimmune diseases: rheumatoid arthritis, AIDS, etc.
  • Osteomyelitis (bacterial infection of the bone marrow)
  • Septicemia (virulent infection of the blood)
  • Cancer (experimental at present)
  • Peripheral vascular disease
  • Most vascular disease
  • Thrombophlebitis (inflammation of a blood vessel that results in blood clots)

He goes on to state that Photoluminescence Therapy is performed using FDA approved equipment; it is safe and effective; it is relatively inexpensive; is covered by some insurance companies; and is easy to do. The hard thing is finding a practitioner, so see our list below.

How Photoluminescence Therapy Works

One would naturally think (as I actually did) after learning about UV Light and how it kills bacteria and viruses, that Photoluminescence Therapy consists of taking a patient’s arteries, hooking them up to a machine, and transporting the patient’s blood thru a circular system that would irradiate all of the patient’s blood and return it to the patient cleaned of all pathogens.


PT is one of the Oxidative Therapies; therapies that proved themselves for decades but have not been taught in medical schools since the thirties and forties. You see, one of the most startling side effects of PT is that it increases oxygen levels in the blood. I don’t know how this works, only that it works.

First, a small about of blood, from 60cc to 250cc is drawn from the body, passed through a chamber where it is treated with UV light (wavelength C, which is the same wavelength as the light from the sun with healing properties) and the blood is returned to the body. Some say that healthy cells are unaffected, but this is not true. Some say that pathogenic microorganisms are directly destroyed. This too is not true.

PT transmits energy to the blood. The effect of the UV light on the blood affects the chemical energies in the blood creating a strong response in the body. White blood cells, if they are out of control, begin to stabilize. The blood itself, if out of balance, will come into balance. If the body is anemic, PT tends to build red blood cells. PT also helps the liver rid itself of fats. PT increases a cells permeability which enhances the body’s ability to produce antibodies.

PT indirectly attacks pathogenic microorganisms by causing a chemical reaction in which the cell membranes (remember, they’re more permeable) are pierced thereby marking them for destruction by the immune system. The debris from dead pathogens adds to the excitement initially created by PT that further stimulates the immune system. It is this condition that allows the body’s natural immune system to burst into action against even the most stubborn (antibiotic resistant) bacteria or virus (which are not affected by antibiotics in the first place).

However, it is the increase in oxygen to the blood that truly is the magic of Photoluminescence Therapy which was discovered in the 1920s. In fact, one of the side effects to PT is that the patient often gets a “flush” in the face, and possibly a slight rise in temperature. Oxygen in the blood has a powerful effect, helping to eradicate not only pathogens, but it creates an environment in which yeasts, fungi, and cancer cells cannot exist. Cancer requires an anaerobic (oxygen free) environment to grow.

The immunostimulating effects of PT last for hours, even days. How often a person requires PT depends on many factors, such as how sick the person is, how long the person has been ill, and the virulence of the disorder.

I recall a story of a woman who, after giving birth, caught a nosocomial infection (an infection picked up in the hospital). The infection was virulent and antibiotic resistant. Eventually she had to have her arms and legs amputated to stop the infection from killing her. The story showed pictures of her at home playing with her baby, sans arms and legs.

Stories like these are truly horror stories. The simple fact that Photoluminescence Therapy would have cleared up her infection but cannot be used by physicians who don’t know it even exists is the real horror.

You will notice below the number of NEW listings we’ve uncovered; people who use Photoluminescence Therapy in their practices. It took over six months to find these listings and cost us quite a bit to phone them and confirm their practice. Won’t you consider a donation?

Practitioners Using Photoluminescence Therapy
Please, if you find any practitioner no longer in practice, contact us and tell us who:



Alaska Center for Natural Medicine,  907-452-3600,,

104 Kutter Rd, Fairbanks, AK 99701


Avante Medical Center, 915 W Northern Lights Blvd, Anchorage, AK 907-770-6700


Sandra C. Denton, M.D. 907-563-6200; fax: 907-561-4933

Alaska Alternative Medicine Center, 3201 C Street #602, Anchorage, AK 99503



Dr. Abram Ber 480-941-2141
5011 N. Granite Reef Rd, Scottsdale, AZ 85250


Cheryl Deroin,  N.M.D. 480-951-0111
Scottsdale Natural Medicine & Healing Clinic 8390 E. Via de Ventura Blvd. Suite F-111, Scottsdale, AZ  85258


James Hutton, N.M.D. 928.203.9013

3510 Red Cliffs Ln, Sedona, AZ 86336


Gordon Josephs, M.D. 480-998-9232

7315 E. Evans Road, Scottsdale, AZ 85260


Dr. Dino Prato, 602-569-4144
Envita Natural Medical Center, 8759 E. Bell Road, Scottsdale, AZ 85260


Bruce H. Shelton, MD (H), BPCT  602-504-1000 Fax: 602-504-1008

14231 N. 7th Street, #A2 Phoenix, AZ 85022 


Paul Stallone, MD 480-214-3922

Arizona Integrative Medical Center, 8144 East Cactus RD, Scottsdale, AZ 85260


Patti Wooldridge, RN, BSN 602-570-1493
Light Works Photo-Therapy Inc.,
Apache Junction, AZ. 85219


Les Breitman, MD, BPCT 760-439-9955 Fax: 760-439-6755

Alternative Cancer Treatment Center of Southern California 2204 El Camino Real, Suite 104 Oceanside,
CA 92054 


Craig Jace ND, DOM, PA-C  818-505-8610
10843 Magnolia Blvd, North Hollywood, CA 91601


Carmelo A. Plateroti, DO, BPCT 805-462-2262 Fax: 805-462-2264

6895 Morro Rd. Atascadero, CA 93422

Dr. Lester Matthews
Baylor University and Medical School

Howard Press M.D. 831.659.5373
13748 Center St., Carmel Valley, CA 93924


Philip J. Reilly, MD 95821 916-488-9524 Fax: 916-488-9524

2933 El Camino Sacramento, CA  

Robert Jay Rowen, M.D. 707-578-7787 Fax 707-578-7788

P.O. Box 817, Santa Rosa, CA 95402

Scott D. Saunders, MD,
The Integrative Medicine Center of Santa Barbara, 119 North Milpas, Santa Barbara, CA 93103, 805-963-1824 and 806 East Ocean Ave, Lompoc, CA 93436 805-740-9700

Hitendra H. Shah, M.D. 909-860-2610 Wellness Medical Clinic
23341 Golden Springs, # 210, Diamond Bar, CA 91765



Dr. Alexander Haskell 435-655-0500
Park City Natural Health Clinic, 1901 Prospector Ave. #30,  Park City. Utah


Dr Eric Chan ND & Dr Tawnya Ward ND 604 275 0163; fax: 604 677 5910
Pangaea Clinic of Naturopathic Medicine, 120-12011 Second Ave, Richmond, BC, V7E 3L6, Canada


Dr. Jeffrey Hunt, ND 250-368-6999
1618 2nd avenue, Trail BC, Canada, V1R 1M5 Canada


Dr. Garrett G. Swetlikoff, ND 250.868.2205 
Kelowna Naturopathic Clinic Inc, #160 1855 Kirschner Road, Kelowna, BC, V1Y 4N7 Canada


The Pangaea Clinic 604.275.0163 
120 - 12011 Second Ave, Steveston Village of Richmond, BC V7E 3L6


Gordon E. Potter, MD 604-534-5804; fax: 604-534-7758
21693 52nd Avenue, Langley, B.C. V2Y1L7



Dr. James Howton, D.O.  970-278-0900
Restore Health Center, 504 Address Street & 3553 Clydesdale Pkwy. Suite 210, Loveland, CO 80538


Robert A. DiDonato, MD 239-461-0330 Fax: 239-461-0340

3677 Cental Avenue, #K Ft. Myers, FL 33901


William Campbell Douglass, III, MD, MS, APCT 386-426-8803 Fax: 509-421-8604

2111 Ocean Drive New Smyrna Beach, FL 32169


Florida Integrative Medical Center, 941.955.6220,, 
2415 University Parkway, Suite #218, Sarasota, FL 34243   


Peter Holyk, MD, CNS, BPCT 772-388-5554 Fax: 772-388-2410

Contemporary Health Innovations, Inc. 600 Schumann Drive Sebastian, FL 32958 


Nelson Kraucak, MD, FAAFP-ABFT, APCT 352-750-4333 Fax: 352-750-2149

1501 us Hwy. 441 North, #1702 The Villages, FL 32159 


Kathryn McCabe ND, BSN, RN, NNC, 727-518-9808

OrhtoMolecular Nutrition and Wellness Center, 9225 Ulmerton Rd #315, Largo, FL 33771


Eteri Melnikov, MD, APCT 941-739-2225 Fax: 941-753-6821

4216 Cortez Road, W. Bradenton, FL 34210 


Gary L. Pynckel, D.O. (941) 278-3377; fax: (941) 278-3702
3840 Colonial Blvd, Suite 1, Fort Myers, FL 33912


S. Todd Robinson, MD, APCT 941-646-5088

4406 S. Florida Ave., Suite 30 Lakeland, FL 33803


Robert J. Rogers, MD  407-682-5222 Fax: 407-682-5274

2170 West State Road 434, #190 Longwood, FL 32779


William N. Watson, M.D., PA (809) 623-3836
5536 Stewart St., Milton, FL 32570


Jack E. Young, MD, PhD, APCT, MD(H) 352-385-4400 Fax: 352-385-4402

2260 W. Old US Hwy. 441 Mount Dora (Orlando area), FL 32757




Dr. Susan Tanner, MD 888.802.4131, 
Spherios Medical Center, 4646 North Shallowford Road, Atlanta, GA 30338



Patrick H. Ranch, D.C., M.D., N.M.D. 208-777-8297

A Natural Medicine Institute, 810 N. Henry, #390, Post Falls, ID 83854-7665



Marvin D. Dziabis, MD 260-982-1400 Fax: 260-982-1700

Health Restoration Clinic 107 West Seventh Street No. Manchester, IN 46962


Dale Guyer, MD (317) 580-9355
Advanced Medical Center, 836 E 86th Street, Indianapolis, IN 46240


Charles Turner, MD, BPCT  765-471-1100 Fax: 765-471-1009

3554 Promenade Pkwy Suite H Lafayette, IN 47909



Ronald Hünninghake, MD. 316-682-3100

Riordan Clinic, 3100 N. Hillside, Wichita KS 67219

Clinical Technology Center, 14816 Physicians Lane, Suite 151, Rockville, MD 20850
(301) 294-2928; fax: (301) 294-3195


Dr. Amezcua 011-5266-301313; fax: 011-5266-301723

Genesis West, 256 Del Agua, Tijuana, BC 22880


Dr. Cesar Garcia, Chief of Staff 011-5266-801358; fax: 011-52-66-801831

Hospital Meridien, Lava #2971 Secc. Costa Hermosa, Playas de Tijuana, BC, CP22240 Mexico

Coahuila Con Benito Juarez 011-5298-370159
No.6 "A", Nuevo Progreso, Tamps. MEX

The Issels Treatment Center Mexico,` 888.447.7357
Located in a wing of the Oasis of Hope Hospital, Paseo Playas No.19,  Playas de Tijuana. Tijuana, B.C. MEX


Frank J. Morales Jr., M.D. 011-5288-124842

Ave. Alvaro Obregon # 77, Col.Jardin C.P. 87330, H. Matamoros, Tamps. MEX


Morales Clinic, Calle 57 No.500 entre 58y60, Merida, Yuc. MEX

Mailing Address: 1424 W. Price Rd., Suite 450, Brownsville, TX 78520



Vahagn Agbabian, D.O. 248-334-2424; fax: 248-334-2924

N.B.A. Building, 28 Saginaw, Street 1105, Pontiac, MI 48304


Tammy Born, DO, APCT  616-656-3700 Fax: 616-656-3701

3700 - 52nd Street S.E. Grand Rapids, MI 49512 


Richard Ng, MD 248-851-1600 Fax: 248-851-0421

5821 W. Maple Rd #192 West Bloomfield, MI 48322 


Dr. John Wycoff, MD, 517-333-7270

1226 Michigan Avenue, East Lansing, MI  48823



David A. Edwards, MD, APCT 775-828-4055 Fax: 775-828-4255

615 Sierra Rose Drive, #3 Reno, NV 89511


Dr. Michael Gerber 775-826-1900br> 3670 Grant Drive, Suite 101, Reno, NV 89509


Robert D. Milne, M.D. 702-385-1393; fax: 702-385-4170

Milne Medical Center, 2110 Pinto Lane, Las Vegas, NV 89106


Dr. Frank Shallenberger 775-884-3990
Nevada Center For Alternative & Anti-Aging Medicine, 896 W. Nye, Suite 103, Carson City, NV 89703


Dr. Irma Barkan fax: 603-472-5962  HAS RETIRED

15 Constitution Drive, Bedford, NH 03110, 603-472-5007



Stuart H Freedenfeld, MD, 609-397-8585,,
Stockton Family Practice, 56 South Main Street, A & B, Stockton, NJ  08559

Ivan Krohn, M.D. 732-506-9200; fax: 732-506-6039

Alternate Health Therapy Asso. (ATHA), 2008 Route 37 East, Toms River, NJ 08753


Stuart L. Weg, M.D. 201-447-5558; fax: 201-447-9011

Pain Relief & Treatment Specialists, 1250 E. Ridgewood Ave, Ridgewood, NJ 07450



Robyn Benson, D.O.M. 505-474-8555
Santa Fe Soul Health and Healing Center, 2905 Rodeo Park Drive East, Building 3, Santa Fe,
New Mexico 87505


Wolfgang Haese, MD, DTM, APCT 505-373-8415 Fax: 505-373-8416

2465 Bataan Memorial West # 2 Las Cruces, NM 88012 


Hoda Kiama, ND 505-471-1362 Fax: 505-438-3815

1925 Aspen Dr Suite 302B Santa Fe, NM 87505



Center For Progressive Medicine, Pinnancle Place, Suite 210, 10 McKown Road, Albany, NY 12203

518-435-0082; fax: 518-435-0086


Dr Wald and Dr Shah 914-242-8844,

Integrative Medicine of Mt Kisko, 495 E Main Street,  Mt.Kisco, NY 10549 


Mitchell Kurk, M.D. 516-239-5540; fax: 516-371-2919

310 Broadway, Lawrence, NY 11559


Thomas K Szulc, M.D. 516-931-1133; fax: 516-931-1167

Long Island Pain Treatment Center, 720 Old Country Road, Plainview, NY 11803


Yutsis Center for Integrative Medicine 718-621-0900

6413 Bay Parkway, Brooklyn, NY, 11204



Dennis W. Fera, MD (919) 732-2287; fax: (919) 732-3176
Holistic Health & Medicine, 1000 Corporate Dr., Suite 209, Hillsborough (Chapel Hill), NC 27278


Barbara Korszun CIMS 704-849-0344 Fax: 704-849-0074

1401 Matthews Township Pkwy, Suite 312 Matthews, NC 28105  

Bhaskar D. Power, M.D., FRCS (919) 535-1411; fax: (919) 537-5000
Genesis Health Center, 1201 East Littleton Road, Roanoke Rapids, NC 27870

John L. Wilson Jr., MD, APCT & Eileen M. Wright, MD, APCT 828-252-9833 Fax: 828-255-8118
Great Smokies Med. Ctr. Of Asheville 1312 Patton Ave. Asheville, NC 28806 



Theodore J. Cole, M.A., D.O., N.M.D., F.A.A.I.M 513-563-4321; fax:

The Cole Center for Healing, 11974 Lebanon Road. Ste. 228, Cincinnati, OH  45241



Leon Anderson, D.O. 918-299-5038; fax: 918-299-5038

Anderson Clinic, P.O. Box 1032 - 121 S. Second St., Jenks, OK 74037


CompleCare, LLP, 918-493-1011
2448 E. 81st Street, Suite 1550, Tulsa, OK 74137

Charles H. Farr, M.D., Ph.D. 405-634-7855; fax: 405-634-7320

Genesis Medical Research Institute, 5419 5. Western Ave, Oklahoma City, OK 73109


Gordon P. Laird, D.O. 918-762-3601; fax: 918-762-2544

Alpha Health, 304 Boulder, Pawnee, OK 74058


Robert L. White, N.D., Ph.D., PA-C 405-634-7855; fax: 405-634-7320

Genesis Medical Research Institute, 5419 So. Western Ave, Oklahoma City, OK 73109



Bruce A. Dickson, N.D.,DHANP 503-434-6515 Fax: 503-472-5723
119 NE 3rd St, McMinnville, Oregon 97128


Terence H. Young, MD 503-371-1558 Fax: 503-375-3866
1205 Wallace Rd. NW Salem, OR 97304 



Andrew Lipton, DO, APCT 610-667-4601 Fax: 610-667-6416

822 Montgomery Ave Suite 315 Narberth, PA 19072 


Narberth Family Medicine & Acupuncture Center 610-667-4601 · Fax 610-667-6416
822 Montgomery Avenue, Suite 315, Narberth, Pennsylvania 19072


Woodlands Healing Research Center Family, Environmental & Preventive Medicine 215-536-1890 *

5724 Clymer Rd. Quakertown, PA 18951



William J. Pearce, NMD & Maher S. Agha, MD 704-225-3382  New
The Natural Wellness Clinic, 9789 Charlotte Hwy., Ste. 700, Indian Land, South Carolina 29707


Theodore Carl Rozema, MD, 864-457-4141
1000 E Rutherford St., Landrum, SC, 29356



Dr. Barry Beaty  817-737-6464; fax: 817-737-2858

4455 Camp Bowie Blvd, Suite 211, Fort Worth, TX 76107-3800


Gerald Harris, DO, BPCT 817-336-4810 Fax: 817-336-4802

1550 W. Rosedale St., #714 Fort Worth, TX 76104 


Benjamin Thurman, MD 325-481-0596 Fax: 325-481-0597

610 S. Abe Street, #A San Angelo, TX 76903


John. L. Sessions, D.O.  409-423-2166;  fax: 409-423-5496

1609 5. Margaret, Kirbyville, TX 75956



Mitchell A. Fleisher, MD, DHT 434-361-1896 Fax: 434-361-1928
Rockfish Ctr.#1, State Rt.664 P.O. Box 303 Nellysford, VA 22958 



Dr. Michael Conway 360-695-7699  Updated!
3600 Main Street, Suite 102, Vancouver, WA 98663


Cheryl M. Deroin, N.D. 360-695-1503 Updated!
3606 Main Street, Suite 202, Vancouver, WA 98663


Dr. Patrick Magovern (FP),Dr. Patrick Magovern (FP), 353 1 296 6189
Drummartin Clinic, 3 Drummartin Road, Goatstown, Dublin 14


Koichi Inoue, M.D. 81-3-5770-7737; fax: 81-3-5411-7479
Sanikoto-A1, 3-20-3, Kitame, Setagaya-Ku, Tokyo


Kojak Lin, MD (886) 7-3485858; Fax: (886) 7-3486888
14 Min-Ren Road, Kaohsiung, Taiwan


References and Further Reading:  A clinic in San Diego, CA with more information about Photoluminescence Therapy. Where you can find books on Photoluminescence Therapy. To learn even more about this therapy, or read his book, Healing Photons at a price better than the one Amazon gives you up above:

If you are a physician and wish to purchase the equipment,


Reichenhaller STR 48·D-81547
Tel. +49/89/697 989 30·
Fax +49/89/697 10 89


Further Reading:

UV Light Part I

UV Light Part II

The UV Advantage: The Medical Breakthrough That Shows How to Harness the Power of the Sun for Your Health





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