Listen to three MDs and a patient share the benefits of the uses of sound technology, specifically Hemi-Sync®.

In March 2016, I had the pleasure of attending the Professional Division at The Monroe Institute and meeting keynote speaker, Gari Carter.

From a previous blog post I wrote:

What I will never do…at least that is my story and I plan to stick to it…is forego pain medication or anesthesia during surgery. When it comes to that kind of stuff, I am a sissy! Yes, I believe it works, but I am not willing to test it on “that” level.

I consider someone who does not use pain medication or anesthesia during surgery a brave person.

This past week at The Monroe Institute’s Professional Division meeting, I met one such person. Her name is Gari Carter and in the early 1980s, she was in a life-altering car crash resulting in the need for reconstructive surgery that spanned ten years. Gari explained: “When I regained consciousness, I discovered that my face was gone!” According to Gari’s website: “Through ten years of multiple surgeries, doctors created a true ‘bionic woman,’ gradually rebuilding Gari’s jaws, cheekbones, nose and skin, restoring her natural beauty.”

It was during her third surgery that she was introduced to Hemi-Sync, specifically the Surgical Support Series. These exercises helped her control pain without anesthesia and medication while healing from surgery.

The video includes the story of Gari Carter and also the personal experiences of Drs. Shealy, Dailey and Sorin.

Here’s hoping I never require any more surgery in this lifetime. But, if I do have the need, I know exactly what I will do. I will find a surgeon who will allow me to use sound technology during and after surgery. I never go to the dentist without it!

You might find this video about Gari’s story interesting. Gari’s book is most inspiring and I highly recommend

Allyn Evans