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Vibration therapy has been increasingly recognized for its unique effectiveness in treating a broad range of medical conditions that include but not limited to the following:


  • Muscle pain & injury
  • Muscle atrophy
  • Tendon & ligament injury
  • Bone loss
  • Knee joint injury
  • Sciatica
  • Lower back pain
  • Blood circulation disorder
  • Microcirculation disorder
  • lymphedema
  • High blood pressure
  • Fibromyalgia
  • Nerve pain
  • Motor skills, balance, gait issues
  • Cerebral palsy
  • Parkinson’s disease
  • Metabolism disorder
  • Aging related issues
  • Restless leg syndrome
  • Urinary incontinence
  • Stress

What is vibration therapy?

Vibration therapy is a physical therapy that incorporates forced vibration stimulation on the human body to enhance treatment effectiveness. A vibration plate machine is used to generate and transmit the needed vibration to the human body.

Among many influences that vibration stimulation may have on the human body, the vibration-induced skeletal muscle contraction is the needed treatment intervention for this therapy.

Vibration-induced rapidly repeated skeletal muscle contraction promotes and regulates a series of physiological processes, improving the performance of multiple body systems.

Vibration Therapy Mechanism – a brief overview

When we are on a running vibration plate, vibration induces our skeletal muscles to contract and relax at a rapidly repeated pace, due to our skeletal muscle’s natural stretch reflex response.

Skeletal muscle contraction exercises and remodels muscles themselves and their connecting tissues, like tendons, ligaments, bones, fascias and nerves, etc.

Vibration exercise intervention naturally influences our musculoskeletal system and neuromuscular system, improving their performance and functionality.

Besides the locomotion function, skeletal muscle contraction plays an essential role in regulating or signaling a series of physiological processes, including blood circulation, lymphatic drainage, nerve function, protein metabolism, insulin sensitivity, blood pressure regulation, hormone production, stem cell differentiation, and cognitive function.

In most situations, skeletal muscle contraction is voluntary. Our brain commands when and how to contract our skeletal muscles.

Vibration-induced skeletal muscle contraction, on the contrary, is involuntary due to skeletal muscle’s natural stretch reflex response.

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When a skeletal muscle is passively stretched, it spontaneously contracts against the stretch. This reaction is called stretch reflex response. It allows our body to keep balance and stability automatically, without the active command of the brain.

The rapidly repeated involuntary muscle contraction induced by vibration makes the exercise intervention drastically different. This attribute leads to the unique effectiveness of vibration therapy.

With vibration stimulation incorporated, we make our physical exercise more efficient and effective, achieving health benefits on a different magnitude.

Since vibration therapy influence a series of physiological activities, it addresses our disorders from multiple perspectives. Most disorders are not isolated. Vibration therapy’s holistic approach is natural and fundamental. The combined effects create a synergy that further boost the treatment effectiveness.

Vibration therapy has been proved to be particularly effective in treating chronic soft tissue injuries, muscle atrophy, bone loss, peripheral neuropathy, and many hard-to-diagnose hard-to-treat diseases that often related to poor microcirculation.

Because of its uniqueness, efficiency and effectiveness, vibration therapy can achieve certain health benefit results that are not achievable through traditional physical therapy or mainstream medicine.

Vibration intervention brings physical therapy to a new dimension.

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