A researcher at the Stevens Institute of Technology in New Jersey has
created breakthrough new medical technology based on sound waves. The
use of sound for healing dates back thousands of years and is considered
a branch of vibrational medicine, but this new technology does something
different: it's called time-reversal acoustics
, and will, when
commercialized, allow doctors to see inside patients' bodies, conduct
non-invasive surgeries, and pinpoint the destruction of tiny tumors or
kidney stones, all without a single cut from a scalpel.
applications of time-reversal acoustics are wide ranging: imaging,
surgery, even the recharging of batteries for implanted medical devices.
Yet the big story here goes beyond the coolness of this new technology:
the science of time-reversal acoustics will open the minds of doctors,
surgeons and western medical researchers to the benefits of vibrational
medicine. This sort of technology breakthrough -- when coupled with the
rapid progress in phototherapy, color therapy and homeopathy -- promises
to bring about a revolution in medicine. We are moving from the outmoded
age of chemical medicine (where most diseases were described as
"chemical imbalances" by the pharmaceutical companies) to the age of
vibrational medicine, where the natural forces of nature are harnessed
to help create a healing response in patients. Sound therapy is just one
of dozens of exciting fields in vibrational medicine that hold
tremendous promise for improving the quality of our health care while
dramatically lowering its cost.
The only barrier to the acceptance
of vibrational medicine remains the firmly held (and oudated) beliefs of
the older doctors and surgeons still practicing medicine. They don't
believe in vibrational medicine, and hence they claim it doesn't exist.
They aggressively attack homeopathy, acupuncture, sound therapy and
mind/body medicine even in the face of an overwhelming body of sound
evidence (no pun intended) that they work. Younger doctors, however, are
far more curious about nature and are increasingly open to exploring and
even prescribing these forms of medicine. When the majority of doctors
start doing that, we will be firmly in the third age of medicine:
vibrational medicine. We'll treat patients without drugs, without
invasive surgery, and without dangerous side effects. Health care costs
will plummet, positive results will skyrocket, and the pharmaceutical
industry will become practically obesolete.
This outcome is still
years away, of course, but that's where things are headed. The age of
chemical medicine will soon take its place in the medical history books
alongside the once-common practice of blood letting.
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