February, 27 2019
I heard about Q360 from a friend who told me that Q360’s modalities had helped to drive her stage 3 cancer into remission. I had just fully ruptured my right Achille’s tendon, and she told me that Q might be able to help with the healing process. I didn’t realize at the time that Q360 might be able to help me heal without surgery, so I had the surgery and then began taking sessions at Q360 to hasten the healing process post-surgery.
What was my experience: Post-surgery, I attended sessions several times a week for two months, working primarily with Justin as my provider. He explained the devices and methods, and he made for interesting company as the devices performed their magic. I was diligent about going to Q360, following the instructions of my surgeon, and with my rehab regimen. Everyone at Q360 is very caring and has tremendous enthusiasm for the ways they are able to facilitate energy healing.
What were the benefits and results: I was back on my feet fully in 12 weeks post-surgery, able to bear weight, drive, and walk without assistance. I was able to play tennis again within 6 months. Now 9 months post-surgery, the leg is stronger than it was before surgery. I have full range-of-motion, no pain, and no limp. I am able to take long walks, hike, run, and do Yoga. My surgeon was baffled by the speed of my recovery, as was everyone else who has experienced the typical year-long recovery for a full Achille’s rupture. One of the most interesting things about Q360 is meeting others who are taking sessions there. They all have amazing stories, and results including recovery, healing, and remission are common. Many have turned to Q360 because they are frustrated with more traditional approaches, but many are also like me, and use a combination of traditional medicine and Q360’s healing modalities. I’d recommend Q360 to anyone for a wide range of well-being and healing options. I’ve recommended Q360 to my children and my parents for a variety of issues, as well. I can’t say I understand everything they do, but I’m living (and walking) proof that whatever it is, it works.