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Ulcerations

"Self treated a severe foot infection brought on by a puncture wound from stepping barefooted on a rusty nail that also had traces of a recently sprayed herbicide on it. Extreme swelling, heat, and blood poisoning tracks on foot and spreading up anterior thigh. Initially treated with tetanus shot oral antibiotics, ice and elevation of limb. Not successful with regular medical approach infection swelling and septic condition of tissue continued for 24 hours plus.

I then applied the Infratonic 8 (Mind) to the top and bottom of the foot 10 min., 3 times. Within a 6-hour period all the streaking blood poisoning tracks were gone, the swelling was reduced to approx a 10th of the degree prior to the application. The heat, discoloration, swelling were gone. I was able to put a shoe on again and stand all day doing massage, and elevated and iced foot just once the next day. Healing was complete four days later. By moving all the waste material out of the tissue, healing was greatly increased. Only mild pain at the puncture site the next day."

Sharon Sandin, North Bend, WA 4/17/02


"Two ulcers on the bottom of the right foot, below the toes, parallel to each other for months; they were just stagnating, not responding to treatment. Then I began Infratonic treatment. The transducer was placed face up on the floor (Mind) for 2 hours or more with the right foot rested lightly atop the transducer. Within 6 to 8 weeks of daily treatment for 2 hours or more, the ulcer on the right side closed up and healed. The one on the left was over 2” long and 3/4” deep. Now it’s less than 1” long and 1/8” deep. Renewed optimism for a complete healing. Also, a side-effect of treatment is a very deep relaxation."

William Bernard, Pacific Grove, CA 4/21/02


"Peripheral vascular disease resulting in chronic ulcers labeled non-healing by MD. Each circular, 2.4 cm in diameter. Amputation was discussed as an option. Used the Infratonic at least 3 times daily on the top of the knee in sitting and the bottom of the foot. Wounds reduced in dimension sufficiently to prompt vascular reconstruction surgery rather than amputation. Post surgery wounds healed. Wounds remain resolved and use of the QGM is sporadic."

Don Carey-Shaw, PT, Brookhaven, NY

 

 


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