Vibration Therapy Forum

Benefits, Constrains and Risks

Vibration therapy is a physical therapy that utilizes vibration stimulation to enhance the effectiveness. Such a mechanical stimulation has a unique pattern and may serve as an innovative treatment intervention to attain certain results that are not achievable through traditional physical therapy and mainstream medicine.

Through inducing rapidly repeated skeletal muscle contractions, vibration activates and exercises our muscles, bones, tendons, ligaments, and nerves. Muscle contractions also create a skeletal muscle pump effect, facilitating the distribution and relay of blood and lymph.

In other words, vibration intervention influences our three body systems: 1) musculoskeletal system, 2) neuromuscular system, and 3) peripheral circulation system.

The health improvement applications discussed below are categorized according to the disorders affecting these body systems

Musculoskeletal Therapy

Lower Back Pain
Bone Loss
Tendon Injury
Knee Health
Sports Recovery

Neuromuscular Therapy

Peripheral Neuropathy
Cerebral Palsy
Parkinson's Disease

Peripheral Circulation Enhancement

Peripheral Circulation

Other Applications

Senior Health
Fascia Rolling
Weight Loss?

Vibration Equipment

Vibration Plate Buying Guide
Misconceptions of Vibration Plates
Vibration Plate Terminologies
VT007 vs Marodyne

Vibration Training

Vibration Exercise Guide
Hip Muscle Training - L-squat
Foot Muscle Training - Tiptoe

Science Background

What is G-force - Definition & Calculation. How Vibration G-force Physically Affects Our Body? Muscle Resonance & Damping Effect on Vibration Stimulation

Experiences & Stories

Circulation Improvement for Athlete's Foot Treatment Vibration Training for ACL Injury Rehab Is Vibration Therapy Pseudo-science?
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