About 40 years ago lithotripters were sending sonic pulses onto kidney stones and shattering them into particles small enough to flow out of the kidney without the need for surgery. This was the first ever non-invasive surgery. By the mid 1990s, the urologists asked what would happen if they hit bone instead of stone. They experimented and discovered a cure for non-healing fractures.
The sonic pulses caused the growth of osteoblasts by which new bone is created.
From treating broken bones, the orthopaedic surgeons discovered that where the patient also had cut skin the wound would also heal better than they expected. Not only does the wound heal well, it has sensitive skin which confirms that nerves are repaired.
Dr Joseph Choukroun in France specialising in wounds and dental problems pioneered the cure for osteonecrosis of the mandible and found that the only way was to use a CellSonic VIPP machine. Patients who have been taking bisphenyl phosphat for ten years for cancer develop the side effect of disintegration of the jaw bone. They had a choice of amputation or death. Now the bone is restored and dental implants give the patient teeth so that they can eat.
The next stage will be to investigate the cancer that caused the problems in the first place.
Osteonecrosis assumes that the bone is dead. CellSonic brings it back to life so it has done more than just repair the bone. The ability of the CellSonic VIPP to put life back into tissues assumed dead opens the opportunity to cure diabetes by letting the pancreas resume production of insulin and related chemicals.
Dr Choukroun's finding further proves that CellSonic has killed all dental infection. This is the cure for periodontal disease that affects half the population.