Healing vibration

The latest studies show that: Vibration training is not only effective for a whole range of complaints but can also be used as preventative treatment.

How does vibration training work?

Vibration at 1.5–2.5 mm amplitude shows the best results

Vibration training utilises the principle of reflex-induced muscle contraction. In this process the muscles are passively stretched by the mechanical vibration. This stretching is registered by sensors in the muscle tissue and a signal sent to the spinal cord. There the signal is recognised as an impulse and transmitted back to the muscle. The muscle then contracts as a reflex action. 

Holistic approach for in-patient and out-patient application

Our devices provide for the therapeutic coupling of mechanical vibrations via the locomotor system. In this context we rely on tested and predefined frequency ranges and amplitudes. The application can be used both independently and locally or on an in-patient basis, depending on the situation and purpose of the therapy. 

We are currently conducting medical studies to test new forms of treatment for early mobilisation in intensive care. In the personal domain, neuromuscular stimulation therapy is a proven aid to relieving painful tension in the back and shoulder muscles. In addition, regular vibration stimulation prevents muscle fascia felting, improves blood circulation and the metabolism. Mechanical vibrations penetrate deep into the muscle and connective tissue.


Mechanical vibrations penetrate deep into the muscle and connective tissue

Gunda Slomka – Sports therapist and fascia expert

„Vibration triggers neuronal stimuli which have a very positive effect on our receptors and lead to an improvement in body image and relief from tension. “

Gunda Slomka – Sports therapist and fascia expert