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Vibration therapy boosts the circulatory system by delivering oxygen and nutrients to the damaged tissue cells and dispersing metabolic waste. After injury, a muscle will take a long time to recover due to the lack of oxygen (hypoxia) within the area. Muscle knots and scar tissue formation is developed which reduces flexibility, lowers blood circulation and weakens the area. The likelihood of reinjury is high therefore treatment is needed to increase the efficiency of the muscle. The best thing about vibration therapy is the micro movement it produces to break-down tough scar tissue and muscle knots on the surface. The percussive movement of the device activates muscular contractions which increases its strength and stimulates cell repair regeneration.
Risks and Limitations
Vibration therapy is considered as a safe and non-invasive treatment. However, the mechanical forces can impact organs and tissues adversely if not used properly or usedexcessively. Vibration therapy is not recommended for certain health conditions. Please discuss vibration therapy with your practitioner to decide if it is a good fit for your situation. People with serious heart conditions and pregnant women should not use vibration therapy.