SWIS 2015 Vol.018 - Dr. Peter Jaillet - Assess and Treat The Brain for WeightTraining Injuries - Video


A Board Certified Chiropractic Neurologist, Dr. Jaillet has been doing research in the field of neurology for the past twenty years. He has earned over  2700+ content hours in both Applied Kinesiology and Neurology.

A native of Massachusetts, he moved to Texas in 1991with his family to attend Parker College of Chiropractic. Married, with two children, he has maintained a busy chiropractic practice in Carrollton, Texas for 20 years.

In 1995, during treatment with two world class athletes, Dr. Jaillet developed the concept and first prototype for Eyelights, a therapeutic device that uses light to stimulate the non-dominant brain/system. Through further research he found that light and color therapy also increased a child’s ability to learn.

Eyelights are now being worn worldwide by Olympic gold medalists, children with learning disabilities, and people suffering from neurological disorders.Dr. Jaillet received his diplomate in Clinical Neurology under the guidance of Dr. Frederick Carrick, Dr. Jaillet is currently teaching and speaking throughout the country, and continues to do research on alternative treatments of brain disorders and innovative therapies for the learning impaired. Eyelights were designed to provide optimal stimulation to the brain using the optic nerve.

Glasses designed with flashing lights built to fit behind the lens, they can be programmed to blink on the non-dominant eye in order to strengthen the weaker side of the brain.
Since one of the most direct avenues to the brain is via the eye, a child can learn more effectively if they are seeing correctly.

An athlete will perform better because the eye is able to gather all of the information necessary to perform.By stimulating the weaker hemisphere of the brain you allow it to become stronger, thus improving overall performance. One method ofstimulating the brain is to use light pulses.

When using Eyelights you can control the intensity, frequency, and pattern of light pulses, which will result in being able to "wake up" the weaker side of the brain. In 1995, Brain Based Learning Labs' Carrollton facility developed the concept and first prototype for Eyelights.

Two patients, an Olympic swimmer and a world champion soccer player, had begun to see a decrease in their level of athletic performance. Through many hours of research and study, it was discovered that light therapy improved these athletes physical performance on and off the field. There was, however, one problem in the fact that the athletes had to come to the clinic
for treatment. In an effort to give portability to the therapy, Brain Based Learning Labs developed the first set of Eyelights.