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The San Francisco Tesla Society
presents a free presentation featuring
Len Saputo, M.D. & Maurice Bales
Basis & Clinical Applications
of Infrared Light Therapy"
Sunday, November 13, 2011 1 - 4 p.m. at the
San Francisco Public Library
Park Branch - Lower Right Entrance
1833 Page Street @ Cole
San Francisco, CA 94117
Len Saputo and Maurice Bales will brief us on the history and science of infrared light therapy. Cutting edge equipment, therapeutic applications, clinical research data and future potentials will be discussed. FDA interference with the development & mainstreaming of this technology will also be discussed.
Len Saputo is a board-certified internist with 40 years of experience. He has pioneered the development of an integrative, holistic, person-centered, preventive health care model called “Health Medicine.” He is the founder of the Health Medicine Forum, a non-profit educational foundation and the Health Medicine Center in Walnut Creek. Len is a practicing physician, motivational speaker, television and radio personality, and expert tennis player. He is also the author of the highly acclaimed book, A Return to Healing: Radical Health Care Reform and the Future of Medicine.
Maurice Bales is the inventor of the Photonic Stimulator infrared wellness electronics device. He was the Director of Research & Development for Computerized Thermal Imaging from 2000 – 2003 where he helped develop new technology and applications for energy wellness devices and industrial infrared devices including an integrated IR turbine component testing workstation.
Maurice was President and Technical Director Bales Scientific from 1979 – 2000 where he developed surface science technology; auger analyzer, quadrapole mass spectrometer equipment, infrared cameras, infrared illumination sources, and photon stimulation equipment.
From 1966-1979, Maurice Bales worked at U.C. Berkeley and NASA's Ames Research Center on fusion reactor development and mass spectrometer and auger electronics data acquisition systems used for development of space shuttle materials. He constructed the first Molecular Beam Epitaxy (MBE) system at Berkeley and created the MBE lab where students were instructed in the growth of high efficiency semi-conductors. These MBE grown semi-conductors make possible the high-speed fiber-optics communication technology that is used today.
Maurice Bales has received patents for auger spectroscopic
technology, thermal irradiation pain treatment and infrared imaging for turbine
component inspection: # 4,459,482 6,157,854 6,366,802