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I am a chiropractor and have used Infratonic sound therapy for years. Although there have been many cases where the Infratonic sound has been very helpful, one case stands out above the rest: and it involved a dog, not a human.

Several years ago I received a phone call from one of my patients, a horse trainer, who said that his dog had been struck by a car. He had taken him to a vet who x-rayed the animal and found that he had sustained a fracture of his spine. The dog was paralyzed from the fracture site and into his back legs. He suggested that the dog be put down to end his suffering. The owner asked me if there was anything I could do. I told him to bring his dog to my office and would see if I could help. After reviewing the x-rays the vet had taken, I noted the fracture location and said it didn’t look good, but we can at least try. I used a special adjusting tool and then administered the Infratonic sound. I repeated this the following day, and the owner said his dog was responding; beginning to eat and had some lower leg movement. I only did the Infratonic treatment one more time. I had suggested further care, but the owner had obligations that took him away from home. Amazingly, the dog continued to improve with just the manipulation and the 3 Infratonic sound treatments. The dog is alive and well, although a “little loose” in the hind end when he runs. 5 out of 5 stars.

Dr. Gary

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