3344 Secor Rd,
Toledo, OH 43606

Vibration Platform





Using programmable vibrating platforms to create fitness and increase bone density in Cosmonauts who had long stays in space has always been a big issue for every space program. The Russians came up with technology and now the whole world has caught on. It is being used in weight loss clinics, fitness centers, and therapy rooms such as Chiropractors and Physiotherapists all over the world.

Scientific research on the effects of vibration platforms has been conducted all over the world. Resulting publications in leading medical research journals suggests that people with debilitating conditions such as osteoporosis, arthritis, multiple sclerosis, Parkinson's Disease, and stroke victims can yield the benefits of exercise while working within their personal limitations and minimizing stress on the joints and ligaments.

Research suggests Vibration Technology may increase the production of regenerative and repair hormones, improve blood circulation, strengthen bone tissue, improve lymph drainage and increase basal metabolic rate. Oscillating platforms may even support skeletal realignment.

Whole Body Vibration is great for anyone wanting to improve their strength, tone and flexibility as well as increasing their balance and coordination. The vibration platforms have also been used to help a wide variety of physical health complaints and reported benefits include an increase in a feeling of optimism; the stimulating effects of the vibration machine can help counteract certain types of depression and loss of motivation. 

Whole Body Vibration test results suggest it may have beneficial effects on:  

  • Osteoporosis
  • Arthritis
  • Sports Injuries
  • Skin healing
  • Joint Pain
  • Bone Loss
  • Stress
  • Sleep Problems
  • Aging conditions
  • Lymphatic Drainage Problems
  • Poor Circulation
  • Parkinson's Disease
  • Diabetes
  • Anxiety
  • Emotional Conditions
  • Hormonal Disturbances
  • Bladder weakness
  • Chronic Fatigue
  • Memory Loss
  • Headaches

On osteoporosis: One of the most devastating complications of long-term space flight is bone loss. So we think of a post-menopausal woman as losing 2-3% of their bone per year, astronauts are losing 2% of their bone per month. The muscular stimulation of the oscillating platform puts tiny stresses on your bones and your bones respond by growing stronger. The technology also aims to inhibit cells that attack the bone. Health experts warn that osteoporosis, if not properly treated, can have a deadly cascade effect.  

3344 Secor Rd.
Toledo, Ohio 43606

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