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Ultrasound Heals Wounds



Diabetics often suffer from slow healing wounds, plus, as we age, wounds in general take longer to heal.

Here’s evidence that applying ultra high frequency soundwaves, a technology that’s been around a long time, can be used to safely heals wounds.

“The high frequency soundwaves – commonly used to scan pregnant women – have been found to stimulate the body’s natural healing process in wounds.” Read more…


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