Nebraska Physical Therapist

Nebraska Physical Therapist

Nebraska Physical Therapist

Nebraska Physical Therapist

Nebraska Physical Therapist

Nebraska Physical Therapist

Nebraska Physical Therapist

Nebraska Physical Therapist

Nebraska Physical Therapist

Nebraska Physical Therapist

Nebraska Physical Therapist

Nebraska Physical Therapist

Diabetic | Flexibility | Flexibility | Fracture | Health & Fitness | Medical & Rehab | Neuro | Neuro | Neuropathy | Pain | Peripheral | Peripheral Neuropathy | Reviews | Sprain | Strain

Randy, per our phone discussion here are some of the things we have found out when it comes to the use of the VibePlate®: 1) Patients with soft tissue tightness following fractures, sprains, strains, or just a generalized lack of flexibility the plate is very helpful in ecreasing that range anywhere from 30-40 Hz. 2) With Diabetic Neuropathy 30 Hz works really well in calming down symptoms/pain complaints. 3) Peripheral Neuropathy has as a rule responded better to more of a massage setting 50 Hz plus as high of an amplitude as possible. Thanks again.
Nebraska PT

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