October is National Breast Cancer Awareness Month. It is likely that we all know someone who has been affected by breast cancer. In many cases, the outcome of treatment leaves women disfigured, in pain, and emotionally distraught. And those are the survivors.
Earlier this year, Heather Beyer, a beautiful, vibrant young woman who had been a cheerleading coach at Newport Harbor High School and a member of the Los Angeles Angels Strike Force squad, was being treated for an aggressive form of breast cancer. She discovered a lump in her breast in October, 2010. Alarmed, she visited an Urgent Care facility, where she was told by doctors she had nothing to worry about. In February, 2011, she was diagnosed with breast cancer, and despite all attempts at treating it, by April 30th Heather lost her battle. She left behind a grieving husband, family, and hundreds of friends.
Knowledge is power, and as women, we owe it to ourselves and our families to take our breast health into our own hands (literally), and to listen to our inner guidance, even when the “professionals” advise us differently.
Take charge ladies! Perform your monthly self-examinations to assess any differences from month to month. At any signs of change, make an appointment with your healthcare professional immediately. Also, regularly scheduled mammograms are still one of the best ways of detecting any abnormalities in the breast tissue which may be cause for concern. Do this for yourself, and for those who care about you – don’t leave it to chance.
It will be your decision about which treatment protocols to follow, most of which can have some very serious and unpleasant side effects. Fortunately, many people who have undergone chemotherapy, radiation therapy, and/or surgery, have found reduced side effects and improved recovery through the use of Infratonic Therapy.
EO, from Foster City, CA, reports:
In the year 2000, I had completed several months of chemotherapy and radiation for breast cancer. In 2001, I purchased the Infratonic machine to treat the severe numbness in my feet. I used it consistently for an hour daily. I regained some feelings in my feet within a week or so. I continue to use it on various areas of the body that were painful. Pain is usually relieved in 10-15 minutes. Also, whenever I can’t sleep I use the Infratonic and fall asleep. I am recovering well. Friends tell me how great I look.
And following a mastectomy, CP, from Buffalo, NY recounts her success with Infratonic Therapy:
Limitation of movement and loss of feeling due to modified radical mastectomy and lymph node removal on right side of body. Transducer placed under right armpit and along upper right arm for 10 minutes at least 3 times weekly but often 4 to 7 times weekly. Noticeable improvement in range of motion and flexibility of movement. Increase in feeling to the area. Overall well-being and optimism.
You may not be able to avoid some of the unpleasant treatments for breast cancer, but you can minimize the negative side effects and accelerate the healing by using Infratonic Therapy. To learn more, visit our products page or read more testimonials on our website.
During the month of October we will donate 10% of all sales of the Infratonic 9 to the Susan G. Komen for the Cure ® foundation, the global leader of the breast cancer movement, working to save lives, ensure quality care for all and energize science to find cures. The life you help save could be someone you know. Call our office to place your order, and mention the Breast Cancer blog on our site and we will donate 10% of your sale to this incredible foundation. You might even consider donating your Infratonic to someone you know who is suffering from breast cancer. What a thoughtful act of love that would be! Call 800-743-5608 today to place your order.