On 12 November 2017, a 64-year-old retired male doctor was knocked down by a car while he was just sitting on his motor bike. He sustained a fractured pelvis and serious injuries to his right arm. He was taken to the hospital but he also wanted to receive vibrionics treatment. An operation was planned for 15 November to fix the shattered bones and this will also remove the ugly bump in his wrist. The patient was very anxious about the operation.
He was given the following combo:
#1. NM59 Pain + SR348 Cortisone + Potentised paracetamol 200C + CC10.1 Emergencies + CC12.1 Adult tonic + CC15.1 Mental & Emotional tonic + CC18.5 Neuralgia + CC20.7 Fractures + CC21.11 Wounds & Abrasions…QDS in water except during hospital stay when he could take pills.
On 8 December, the patient reported that vibrionics was helping him. The pain had almost disappeared despite the major surgery and there was 30% improvement overall. The big incisions in his wrist had healed well. Since he had taken analgesics only for a few days, and afterwards only vibrionics, he concluded there was a very good therapeutic effect from the vibrionics remedy.
The practitioner excluded the 1st four remedies from #1 and instead gave:
#2. CC12.1 Adult tonic + CC15.1 Mental & Emotional tonic + CC18.5 Neuralgia + CC20.7 Fractures + CC21.11 Wounds & Abrasions…TDS
A month later, on 9 January 2018, the patient reported a further 30% improvement, although the ulna was still not strong enough. The dosage of #2 was reduced to BD for three weeks, then to OD for a further three weeks.
By 10 February the bone consolidation was complete, only the scars remained. He did not have to wear a splint any longer and was advised to take precautions such as avoiding strong movements, and not to put heavy strain on that limb for 1-2 months. He was very happy to show his right forearm perfectly healed and his wrist perfectly smooth without that ugly bump reminding him of the accident.
On 15 November 2017 I was operated on a triple osteotomy with a bone lengthening, a treatment for pseudarthrosis with vicious calluses on the two bones of my right forearm. With an iliac bone graft and one centimeter lengthening of both radius and ulna (bone bridge filled with the iliac bone grafts). I was administered relevant vibrionics treatment all along by my practitioner. I complied with it scrupulously as prescribed until today (10 February 2018). I am now taking the last pills prescribed OD. The bone consolidation was complete within three months. Whereas a no-consolidation might have been expected with such a graft, the X-ray shows a bone consolidation corresponding to a six month period of immobilisation, therefore with vibrionics treatment it is at least a three months’ substantial benefit! The immobilisation was achieved with closed resin for three months too. I have written this to testify how efficient vibrionics therapy is; other factors that benefited the healing are: muscular training with immobilisation and a sound healthy diet. I have enclosed the X-rays of my fractured wrist before surgery and after treatment.