Medical Vibration Therapy

Vibration healing (medical vibration therapy) is the use of mechanical vibration to supposedly prevent, treat, and promote recovery from a variety of physical ailments, including muscle pain, sports injuries, and bone density loss.

Vibration therapy involves the application of vibration to part of the body. This vibration is delivered through specialized equipment.

The therapist applies the vibration using specialized piece of equipment. Visits may last from 8-12 minutes to an hour. The duration of treatment in patients with an injury lasts until recovery. For patients seeking the therapy as a preventative measure, sessions may be ongoing.