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JWLABS Model A Rife Machine – Powerful Enough to Treat a Horse!

By November 5, 2011 10 Comments

We have been saying for years that our Model A is powerful enough to treat a horse, yet sensitive enough to treat a mouse. In fact, we have assisted our customers in addressing numerous concerns of their four-legged friends. Cats, dogs, goats, horses, and at least one llama.

Nina has been a loyal user of the Model A since 2006. She has a soft heart for animals and has used her machine for her beloved horses as well as herself.  Here she is with her latest client.

“I recently had the opportunity to help this beautiful animal .

Horse treated with JWLABS Rife machine for persistent back pain.

Nina effectively applies frequency therapy to horse with persistent back pain.

” ‘I Be Remarkable’ is his registered quarter horse name. “Mark” for short. He is of stoic personality, and quiet nature.

“He was in pain for a long time, but kept working.

“I think a kidney imbalance was causing pain in the lower back for Mark. For 10 months he had an irregular gait in the back legs.  The left hind leg would short step.

 

Horse gets pain relief with JWLABS Model A Rife machine.

Nina effectively applies frequency therapy to horse with persistent back pain.

“Originally he had a shoulder problem, but it affected the rear.  He was very tight in both hind legs.

“Through use of the [Model A] Rife machine only twice (alternating days with massage and stretching),  he returned fairly quickly to a normal gait.  His diet was also changed to a grain-free feed.  I think it reduced inflammation.

“He went back home to the owner after 10 days.”

 

We will share more of Nina’s reports as she continues to share her successes. As of the moment, we have not yet cornered a mouse to prove the balance of our claim. Stay tuned for updates; we may surprise you!

(In the meantime, if you have success stories of your beloved animals using your Model A, please share them with us. This should no longer be kept a secret! We invite you to e-mail us with story and photos; or if you prefer, you may post your story in the reply box below.)

 

Cherry Maly Wright

About Cherry Maly Wright

Cherry acquired her first Wright Laboratories Rife machine in 1999. Motivated by a long-held interest in health and wellness, she understood the value of the basic effects of Rife technology and the significance of employing it for general wellness as well as crisis intervention. Formerly a massage therapist, she became a JWLABS Distributor in Chicago. After nearly two years, she came on board full time in 2001 to manage Sales and Customer Support. She is now Executive Director of Wright Laboratories LLC, directing Customer Support, Sales and Marketing strategies and working hand in hand with the engineering team for ongoing product development. Cherry's history includes Midwest Regional Manager with Logonet Inc, a company specializing in Ontological Design which was established by Dr. Fernando Flores. After nearly five years with the Flores organization, she marketed other nationally known speakers and trainers in the personal and executive coaching industry including William Hanrahan and Dr.Teri Mahaney. These teachers have had a profound impact on Cherry's personal and professional development, and they are a reflection of her personal commitment to helping people be more effective in life. For well over twenty years, that commitment has been expressed in the realm of helping people toward wellness.

10 Comments

  • Naomi Nowak says:

    Can the rife machine be used on an individual who has a pacemaker?

    • cherry says:

      We do have folks with pacemakers safely using Model A. In order for you to have a more thorough understanding of the precautions, I recommend a consultation with John Wright in this matter.
      You can reach John at 951-926-7849.

  • Shayna Malnak says:

    Has anyone every used a Rife machine on a horse with Lyme’s disease. What is the protocol for this?

    • cherry says:

      While we have had people use the Model A on numerous horses over the years, with notable success; our policy is not to “prescribe” protocols for cases with which we are not familiar. For instance, we have come to question some of the abundant “Lyme” diagnoses. This is a very complex ailment, and we would need to know more about the history before we could address it effectively.

      We are also not prepared to provide coaching for people using a machine other that our Model A. There are too many potential variables about which we may be unaware (pertaining both to the diagnosis and to the machines which may be employed); and it would not be responsible for us to make blanket statements about “treatment”. Not to mention the fact that it would not be advisable from a legal perspective.

      That said, we remain available for general discussion. We have helped many people with this malady, and we have learned a lot along the way. I invite you to give us a call!

  • Ed barker says:

    I’am a thoroughbred trainer in NY I have been doing a lot of research on rife technology i’am interested to know if there are any veterinarians using your equipment ? The areas that I would be interested in. Would be soft tissue joint related issues and very depilating disease called EPM I would really appreciate hearing from you as I’am seriously considering purchasing this equipment for my horses thanking you in advance
    Sincerly. Eddie Barker

    • cherry says:

      We appreciate your interest in this remarkable machine. While Rife technology is approved for veterinary use, we do not know off-hand of vets who are regularly using it on their animal patients. In the past, we knew of such folks, but we have lost touch over the years. The people we are currently supporting are private users, employing their Model A with family members and pets. I encourage you to call us at 888-891-1122 or 891-523-8695. The second number will get you to John Wright, the developer of Model A.
      He will be glad to address your more technical questions, as well as provide coaching for applications to your beloved animals.

  • Dan Bird says:

    Hi we have used the rife machines many times on horses with great success, mostly on cuts though to prevent infection. We currently have a horse with a bone cyst in his stifle and we were wondering if anyone can help us find the correct frequencies to run and if anyone has had any experience with this treatment. Of course the vet said to put him down cause there was nothing that could be done.

    Any help would be greatly appreciated.

    Thanks

    • cherry says:

      We will be glad to help if we can. I suggest that you speak with John Wright at 888-523-8695. (We are on Pacific time.)

  • norihisa says:

    Nice to meet you friend
    Were run on the treatment of horses, code name What?

    I am a veterinarian.
    Thanks in advance.

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