Chiropractic Vibration Therapy
"The positive effects of whole body vertical vibration are abundantly known. Using the VibePlate makes adding vibration therapy to your office simple and professional."
- facilitates healing
- helps joint pain
- re-structure the spine
- range of motion
- increase mobility
- lymphatic circulation
- back pain
- spinal stability
- post adjustment
- spinal stenosis
- kinesthetic sense
- low impact muscle strengthening
- improve balance & stability
- weight loss
- neck pain
- post head weighting
- Increase Circulation
- Reduce Joint Pain
- Increase Flexibility and Range of Motion
- Faster Healing
- Improve Balance
- Increase Bone Density
- More Energy
- Increase Reach of Practice
- Improve Patient Outcomes
- Takes Up Little Space
- Time Efficient Therapy Tool
- Bring in More Patients
- Revolutionary Form of Treatment
- Patients Can Use While Waiting
“I have been utilizing vibration therapy for three years now and having tremendous success with my patients from regular aches and pains to neurological disorders such as strokes, neuropathy, spinal cord injuries, and Parkinson’s. Since I started using the VibePlate my results have drastically improved with increases in muscle strength, endurance, flexibility, and balance with my patient’s and athletes. We have cut our patient’s recovery time in almost half with adding our exercises on the VibePlate as our daily treatment regimen. Vibration is a crucial tool to use in rehabbing a patient or athlete because of the many neurological benefits. I recommend VibePlate to any therapist who wants to have the extra competitive advantage!”
– Kyle Daigle, DC – Ultimate Performance Sports & Rehab
Although using vibration therapy to improve muscle, bone and circulatory health isn’t new, chiropractic vibration therapy is a recent development rapidly rising in popularity among chiropractors. Research studies are now providing solid results that show short-duration, low-frequency mechanical stimulation of the body is a safe and viable method of:
- Strengthening the musculoskeletal system
- Improving posture and proprioception
- Improving motor cell pathways
- Reducing joint and back pain
- Stimulating production of beneficial hormones, especially serotonin and human growth hormone
- Dilating blood vessels to help lower blood pressure
- Relaxing musculoligamentous structures
Since chiropractic techniques focus primarily on treating musculoskeletal disorders and diseases, Whole Body Vibration (WBV) is the perfect complementary therapy that chiropractors can easily incorporate into their practice.
HOW CHIROPRACTIC VIBRATION THERAPY WORKS
Your body depends on many mechanisms and structures to coordinate the transmission of vibrations and forceful impacts throughout your body. These mechanisms and structures — including synovial fluids, bone cartilage, joint kinematics, muscular activity and soft tissues — are the same ones that chiropractors manipulate and guide when applying chiropractic techniques.
By combining Whole Body Vibration and chiropractic models simultaneously, chiropractors can provide better results. Not only are they reinforcing the effectiveness of their own methods, but they’re also accelerating pain relief and recovery from a wide range of neuromusculoskeletal disorders.
CHIROPRACTIC VIBRATION MACHINE FOR RELIEF OF CHRONIC LOWER BACK PAIN
Chiropractic vibration therapy is proving to be especially helpful if you suffer from chronic lower back pain, a common complaint heard by chiropractors. Lower back pain is also one of the most frustrating conditions to treat since many cases do not respond to traditional medicine.
A chiropractic approach to lower back pain involves a complete assessment of the patient’s medical history and musculoskeletal system. This helps the chiropractor determine whether the pain results from postural deficiencies, spinal misalignment, subluxation, lifestyle issues or a merger of all possible health problems.
Chiropractic vibration therapy improves upon manipulation and adjustments, traction, and therapeutic massage techniques by gently forcing your muscles to contract and relax repeatedly. Your muscles and bones initiate a corresponding response to electrical stimulation by stimulating muscle fibers, muscle cells and nerves, and increasing blood oxygenation through vasodilation. In addition, chiropractic vibration therapy is also capable of improving the health of deeper stabilizing and postural muscles — such as pelvic floor muscles, spinal erector muscles and transverse abdominal muscles — that are difficult for chiropractors to reach.
Since Whole Body Vibration platforms can change frequencies of muscle contractions, using a combination of WBV and chiropractic methods places less stress on ligaments, joints and supportive tissues.
Find out more about how our made-in-the-USA VibePlate can enhance chiropractic treatments by calling 866.858.9481 today.
“VibePlate is an integral part of rehab and reconditioning programs with acute and chronic patients.”
River Park South Chiropractic, Manitoba
“I’ve been using the VibePlate® daily for almost a year now and I have to say that we are getting results faster than ever before. For example: Last week we were able to help reduce a 26 degree scoliosis down to 6 degrees in only 4 weeks! This would not have been possible without the VibePlate®. The VibePlate® is the best option out there for patients that need specific neuromuscular re-education.”
The Chiropractic Life Centre, Manitoba
Disclaimer: These statements have not been evaluated by the Food and Drug Administration. This product is not intended to diagnose, treat, cure or prevent any disease. The benefits listed on this web site are based on independent studies which reference years of research into (WBV) whole body vibration exercise.