Category: Conditions

Dementia & Alzheimer’s

We have developed a new therapy protocol in 2021 based upon our research and treatment success over the last ten years.

In the past, we have had success with just one therapy – Fast onset Dementia was cleared in 6 weeks (10 treatments) of cranial LLPEMF confirmed by MRI scan.

If you are interested to know more please get in touch.

Therapy Details

We have a therapy based upon the following:

  1. Full Health check (To assess overall health and pathogen load)
  2. Reduce Pathogen Load (Especially plaque causing pathogens 1 )
  3. BICOM Therapy
  4. Scalar Frequency Therapy
  5. PEMF Pulsed Light Therapy
  6. Brain Optimisation Therapy
  7. Any Additional therapies found to be beneficial during health check.
  8. Targeted Supplement’s, dietary changes and herbs

Alzheimer’s Treatment

Recent research at MIT has shown that flickering light at 40Hz has the ability to substantially reduce the beta amyloid plaques seen in Alzheimer’s disease, in the visual cortex of mice.

This treatment appears to work by inducing brain waves known as gamma oscillations, which the researchers discovered help the brain suppress beta amyloid production and invigorate cells responsible for destroying the plaques.

In a study of mice that were genetically programmed to develop Alzheimer’s but did not yet show any plaque accumulation or behavioural symptoms. Professor of Neuroscience Li-Huei Tsai and her colleagues found impaired gamma oscillations during patterns of activity that are essential for learning and memory while running a maze.

Next, the researchers stimulated gamma oscillations at 40 hertz in a brain region called the hippocampus, which is critical in memory formation and retrieval. These initial studies relied on a technique known as optogenetics, co-pioneered by Boyden, which allows scientists to control the activity of genetically modified neurons by shining light on them. Using this approach, the researchers stimulated certain brain cells known as interneurons, which then synchronize the gamma activity of excitatory neurons.

After an hour of stimulation at 40 hertz, the researchers found a 40 to 50 percent reduction in the levels of beta amyloid proteins in the hippocampus. Stimulation at other frequencies, ranging from 20 to 80 hertz, did not produce this decline.


  1. Alzheimer’s research by Dr Alan MacDonald found amyloid plaque caused by a common bacteria

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