It’s understandable to feel anxious before surgery. It’s an invasive procedure that in many ways seems unnatural and overwhelming. Even if you know an operation is going to restore your health or even save your life, it’s difficult not to dread the recovery period in which it’s typical to experience a significant amount of pain and fatigue. You’re told by the surgeon you may not be able to work or engage in regular life activities for some time, at least not at full capacity. No matter how you slice it, the prospect of surgery creates anxiety.
Here’s a simple way to prepare for surgery that may reduce some of that pre-surgery anxiety. It’s called Infratonic therapy, a patented, FDA-listed sound wave therapy. It involves saturating the body’s tissues with a series of “chaotic” or unpredictable Infratonic sound waves that dissolve cellular trauma and inflammation and accelerate healing. The Infratonic 9 is a handheld device that emits these low-frequency sound waves, mostly within the alpha range, the range most often associated with the calming effects of meditation and relaxation. It effectively increases circulation, calms the system, and brings the cells, brain, and nervous system into a state of increased cooperation, all of which tend to improve surgical outcomes.
Infratonic therapy has changed the surgery experience for countless people, making their recovery processes more comfortable and even making their surgeries more successful. In this blog post, I’m going to share the inspiring stories of Debra and Jennifer, two of our users who had smoother surgery recovery processes because of the Infratonic technology.
Debra, a neuromuscular therapist, knew about the Infratonic technology long before her recent hysterectomy. Years ago, she became enchanted with it and began sleeping with four Infratonics all over her body. She’s convinced they helped her overcome some longstanding fibromyalgia.
When her daughter had a severe soccer injury that broke her tibia and fibula and dislocated every ligament in her ankle, she had to undergo rapid surgery. Debra placed her four Infratonics on the site of the injury and kept them there for three days. On the third day, during a follow-up appointment, the doctor walked in, looked at the injury, and asked if it had been three months. “I’ve never seen anything like it. There’s no swelling, no black and blue,” he said. Within a month, she was walking with a tennis shoe on and was able to attend her senior prom.
Earlier this year, it was Debra’s turn to experience Infratonic-enhanced surgery. Hers would be in the form of a combined hysterectomy and posterior prolapsed rectum repair. It was a serious surgery, to say the least. She started using her Infratonics religiously in the days leading up to the surgery to prepare her body for the big event. She understood that if her tissues were more relaxed, if her cells were healthier and stronger, they would be in a better position to undergo surgery, and to heal afterward. This would make for an easier and more effective surgery.
I spoke with Debra in the time leading up to her surgery and in the time following her surgery. It was inspiring to hear that she was using her Infratonics practically 24/7. She was truly dedicated to giving her cells the assistance they needed in the form of Infratonic signals.
Debra’s efforts paid off. She was released from the doctor several weeks sooner than expected. After being told she wouldn’t be able to do any kind of work for two months following surgery, she went back to work as a neuromuscular therapist, a very physically demanding job, the second week after surgery and began working and within three weeks was able to work as much as five and a half hours in a single day!
Keep in mind that Debra used her Infratonics morning, noon, and night. We of course cannot guarantee that anyone will experience the same remarkable results. But her story is an important testimony to the power of Infratonic therapy.
Another customer of ours, Jennifer, used Infratonic sound waves to reduce severe pain following foot surgery. In her own words, shortly after surgery, this was her experience with the Mobile Magic, one of the older models of the Infratonic:
Several weeks later, the bones in her foot were all healed but she still felt severe pain when she touched her scar tissue. This was restricting her range of motion and keeping her foot swollen and painful. The Mobile Magic was helping but she asked if she could try the Infratonic 9, so we met her at a local Starbucks. Her following comments clearly illustrate the difference between the Mobile Magic and the Infratonic 9:
Studies show that the average person will undergo two surgeries in their lifetime. So, this is an issue that will affect most people at some point in their lives. What if we could relieve anxiety around surgery and envision successful outcomes and comfortable recoveries? We believe it’s possible to feel good about surgery.