Neuromuscular Reeducation (NMR)
Patients with spinal injuries and reoccurring back problems benefit greatly from neuromuscular reeducation, also called NMR. In fact, anyone who has suffered an injury or developed a poorly controlled set of muscles due to a health condition will be well served by the therapy. It not only trains your body to move in ways to prevent further problems, it also teaches your body and brain to communicate again. The result is reduced pain, increased confidence, improved mood and a lasting solution for long-term pain sufferers.
Do You Need a Neuromuscular Reeducation Vibration Machine?
NMR uses several different techniques in an effort to teach the body and brain how to communicate effectively. Those sizzling pangs that run down your back as you bend or stretch can be rooted out of your life completely. Depending on the reasons behind your reoccurring pain, there are numerous therapies you can put to good use. Unfortunately, if you suffer from chronic back issues, physical exercises can be a big problem.
What do you do for exercise when your body hates to move? Consider the benefits of vibration stimulus therapy.
Vibration platforms repeatedly trigger the stretch-reflex-contraction response needed to strengthen the muscles in and around your core. Instead of repeating exercises that require bending, stretching and lifting, your muscles benefit from micro-movements created by a vibrating platform. Repeated in quick succession, the impact of these responses builds up in relatively short time. Studies show significant improvement in just a few minutes of therapy each week.
If you’re low on energy or are suffering from pain that limits your participation, neuromuscular reeducation vibration platforms are a perfect addition to your therapy routine. Likewise, if you’re a physical therapist or another professional involved in rehabilitation an NMR vibration machine is a worthy investment you can use to improve your patients’ lives seemingly overnight.
Maximizing the Benefits of WBV Platforms
At the same time that your body is being taught to communicate with your brain effectively, you’re getting secondary results from vibration therapy. You improve your posture, your balance and your flexibility. You gain muscle strength and improve cardiovascular function. You even improve your mood as your hormone production reaches healthy levels. Though not a cure-all – and not for every patient – vibration therapy offers too many benefits to ignore.
Given the mechanics behind vibration therapy, there are unfortunately a few patients who should opt out. The following people should seek other alternatives:
- Pregnant women
- Acute thrombosis sufferers
- Patients with bone tumors
- Those who have recently had surgery to restore joints
Order a VibePlate to Train Your Body and Mind
Whether you run your own sports rehab clinic or you’re looking to avoid surgery on your spine, our VibePlate Whole Body Vibration Machine is the key to an effective therapy routine. Try it before invasive methods are your only options left. Call us today for improved control and long-lasting pain relief! Our knowledgeable sales staff is standing by to answer your questions. Dial 402.796.2025 to get started.
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.