Vibration is proven to help your body in over 180 studies. Vibration plate therapy strengthens your muscles and helps you increase mobility and balance too. It also helps lower blood pressure and strengthens your heart.
Vibration therapy is used by pro football teams, the NBA, MLB and
NHL as part of their strength and conditioning programs to build speed and
power on the field.
I recently added to my therapy tool box the VibraGenix Vibration & Sound Plate which produces waves of energy that stimulate your body’s natural response to vibration and sound. These waves of energy cause your postural muscles to contract anywhere from 25 to 50 times a second.
VibraGenix Vibration and Sound Plate
- Increases muscle strength and balance
(makes you less likely to fall)
- Increases flexibility and your range
- Increases bone density
- Boosts circulation
- Promotes faster recovery
- Reduces cellulite
- Reduces pain and soreness
- Stimulates testosterone production
and is used in some ED protocols
- Decreases the stress hormone Cortisol
Dr. Tucker’s recommendation is 15 minutes a day, three times a week or a total of 45 minutes a week. Call Dr. Tucker for a special package to use the VibraGenix Vibration and Sound Plate.
After the age of 50, about half of women will have a fracture related to osteoporosis in their remaining lifetime. But there is hope without drugs. Lowering inflammatory signaling in the bone improves bone strength and lowers bone loss.
There are specific supplements, diet choices, and exercises that can be personalized for each person to help decrease inflammation. Many patients have reported to me over the years and I have seen improvement in bone density using a few specific supplements. I’ve also seen patients improve bone density using vibration plate therapy. That’s one of the reasons I got the VibraGenix vibration plate with sound frequencies for my patients. I’m happy to help you create a personalized supplement program, eating plan, exercise plan, and to make available the innovative technology by VibraGenix.
A 12-week course of low-frequency vibration appears to be safe and feasible for improving dynamic balance in women with fibromyalgia, new research findings suggest.
Narcis Gusi, PhD, with the University of Extremadura in Caceres, Spain,
and colleagues reported their findings in the August 2010 issue of
Arthritis Care & Research.
As most of you know I use the Deep Muscle Stimulator (DMS) for neural and musculoskeletal rehab, but this article discusses whole-body vibration (WBV). In WBV, a patient stands on a platform that oscillates at a particular frequency and amplitude, causing muscle contractions through stimulation of sensory receptors.
The study included 41 women aged 41 to 65 years who were randomized
either to a control group or to the vibration intervention, which
included a 30-minute session of instruction plus 3 sessions of
self-administered WBV per week for 12 weeks. Each session consisted of 6
repetitions of a 45- to 60-second, 12.5-Hz vibration.
WBV has been shown to improve body balance and bone mass density (osteoporosis) in women. It may help muscle conditioning, endurance, and pain.
Arthritis Care Res. 2010;62:1072–1078.