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Infratonic Therapy Relieves Inflammation, Heals Muscle Damage and Increases Joint Lubrication

Controlled research with groups of Standardbred horses shows that Infratonic therapy reduces inflammation, as indicated by infrared thermography. It accelerates muscle cell healing measured by the diagnostic muscle enzymes CPK and AST in serum and increases Hyaluronic Acid production.   A Second study not only showed a 41% net increase in HA but also an increase in volume, viscosity, and clarity of synovial fluid.

By | 2019-02-28T17:53:18+00:00 May 10th, 2016|Categories: Animals, Performance, Research, Self Care|0 Comments

Vibrational Trembling, Chaos and EEG

Dale Patterson, a board certified EEG technician trained in biofeedback, recorded EEG brain maps, first with an early model of the Infratonic which produced a clinically significant 18% increase in Alpha even though it had minimal frequency variability. He then used a more advanced Infratonic with highly variable "chaos" frequencies. After comparing the results it was found that the Infratonic with the chaos frequencies provided eight times the increase in Alpha activity as the older unit, showing that frequency variability increases induction of Alpha rhythm in the EEG.

By | 2019-02-25T10:16:57+00:00 May 10th, 2016|Categories: Research|0 Comments

Chaos and the College Entrance Exam

The Infratonic was used to treat a group of high school students preparing for the college entrance examination. Whereas the average pass rate for the other six senior classes was 50%, 86% of the students in this class passed the examination and were placed in five-year colleges. The other 14% got high enough scores that they were accepted to three-year trade schools. Infratonic® therapy reduces stress and worry, which can otherwise shut down the thinking process and interfere with such mental-performance activities as taking tests.

By | 2019-02-25T10:17:09+00:00 May 10th, 2016|Categories: Research|0 Comments

Digestive Qi Deficiency in Children

Three hundred children with a variety of digestive disorders were treated with the Infratonic QGM (older version of the Infratonic). Each had several signs of digestive Qi deficiency: Loss of appetite, bloating stomach, aching stomach, diarrhea, constipation, excessive thirst, pale/yellow face, distemper, insomnia, automatic sweating, night sweating. Treatment consisted of applying the Infratonic to the lower back for two 10 minutes periods each day for six days.  The results showed a substantial decrease in all symptoms. Click here for research study.

By | 2019-02-22T12:56:04+00:00 May 10th, 2016|Categories: Research|0 Comments