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I acquired my first Infratonic 9 probably 10 years ago when my friend and colleague Deb Crane introduced it to me. I remember being so impressed with how much the device enhanced her work with horses. Having personally benefitted, I upgraded to the Infratonic 11 a couple of years ago. It’s a tool I have used from time to time whenever I remember it – like when I fractured my wrist 5 years ago or when my dog went limp in one leg (after applying it for a few hours, he was fine the next day). I feel intuitively I have an inner voice that guides me to use it when necessary. My husband even used it when dealing with Meniere’s a few years ago. But this most recent experience has convinced me that using my Chi Palm should be as regular as brushing my teeth. I am profoundly grateful. I’ll be sure to keep you updated about my recovery from my fractured/dislocated shoulder. I’m living in a miracle!  (The Chi Sun has also become a regular activity.)

Constance Jones

I decided to write up a couple of the changes I have been seeing in the months since we started using the Chi Sun several times a week on Romeo.  The first thing was how quickly Romeo (our daughter’s 7 year old Shepard mix) recovered  physically, mentally, and emotionally after having been attacked while leashed, on a walk in his neighborhood — by a Pit Bull. Physically, his wounds healed within a couple of weeks, and he is almost back to normal. The hair the vet shaved off to expose the bites along his ribs have nearly grown back.

Romeo has almost regained his confidence and friendly personality, even bravely playing with new dogs at a new day care, something I didn’t know whether to expect.  He was so traumatized after the attack! Prior to the incident, he’d been such a confident, playful, outgoing but respectful boy. Gradually, he has recovered most of his former personality.

Yesterday, he was visiting at our house and the noise from the airplanes practicing for the Huntington Beach Airshow was very loud as they flew over our back yard. We live about 3 miles from the beach. He almost seemed to ignore the loud engine noises!  In previous years, he has been frightened and nervous during Airshow week.

Richard, thank you for the amazingly effective devices you have invented! Gina, thank you for listening to my Romeo stories and for encouraging me to share my experiences with the Chi Sun.

To be fair, we have been using the Chi Palm frequently during the whole time, but these improvements occurred after we got our Chi Sun.

God bless you all! — Mary
My Dog's Spinal Paralysis

My Daschund had jumped off the couch and damaged a vertebrae in his back.  He became more paralyzed by the hour.  The vet gave him a shot to relax the muscles and nerves, but gave no further hope for healing other than an expensive surgery.

I treated him with the Chi Palm on the specific vertebrae, on his head, his sacrum, and on the bottom of his paws for several minutes.  I also did “sweeping” from his head down his entire body, his spine and limbs.  I did this three times and I did this for three days (both the sweeping and applying it to his vertebrae, head, sacrum and paws).  And lo and behold he began running and playing outside!  Three days and he was pain free.  The condition never presented again.

I feel I escaped an expensive surgery at the veterinarian hospital which might have cost me $2,500.
Sally Wright – Murfreesboro, TN
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