Rithmo-Chrome Therapy

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Rithmo-Chrome-Dynamo-Chromatic Therapy (or simply Rithmo-Chrome Therapy) is a method that was developed by George Starr White to treat illness in a patient "by means of rhythm, complementary colors and the magnetic forces of the earth — all in harmony or tune with the patient."[1] The primary tool used in this therapeutic method was the "Rithmo-Chrome", a device that flashed coloured lights on the patient in certain rhythmic tempo that would become "harmonized with any individual" (similar in nature and function to Dinshah Ghadiali's Spectro-Chrome).[1]

References

  1. 1.0 1.1 "George Starr White — Quack", Jour. A.M.A. 92 (15): 1293, 1929-04-13