Benefits of vibration therapy
Advocates claim that whole-body and localized vibration therapy have a range of health benefits. For example, some people claim vibration therapy can help:
- Increase bone density
- Increase muscle mass
- Improve circulation
- Reduce joint pain
- Reduce back pain
- Alleviate stress
- Boost metabolism
More research on vibration therapy is needed. But early findings suggest it may have some benefits for helping treating certain conditions, such as Parkinson’s, Multiple Sclerosis, Arthritis, Fibromyalgia, Autism.
There is currently studies being done in Austria on the benefits of smoveyMED but will take at least another year (from April 2019) before they are completed. However, the actual findings by clients using smoveyMED have been undisputed. Please check the personal testimonial pages where you will find clients have reported
- . Improved Strength
- . Improved Coordination
- . Improved Balance
- . Improved Mobility
- . Increased Circulation
- . Increased Energy
- . Increased Flexibility
- . Reduce Inflammation
And much more
smoveyMED Medical Team
The smoveyMED models feature a smovey design that has been specially modified for use in the healthcare sector and adapted accordingly, in the course of a collaborative alliance between smovey GmbH and Dr Ivan Di Stefano, following a thorough needs analysis of the principal users.
Dr Philip McMillan
Dr Philip McMillan is a Consultant in the NHS with over 23 years of medical expertise. His primary focus has been around Geriatrics and Neurological Rehabilitation and has developed unique perspectives on the capacity of the brain to recover from injuries and disease. Through international collaboration he has proposed a nutritional protocol for dementia reversal and has recently had a breakthrough theory on the pathology of dementia. His current aim is to lead the field of dementia to a new direction of research and treatment of this devastating disease.
Dr Robert Schleip
Robert Schleip (*1954 in Göppingen) is a human biologist and psychologist. His area of expertise is fascia research. In 2006 he received his doctorate in human biology from the University of Ulm. His doctoral thesis on active fascial contractility was awarded with the Vladimir Janda Prize for Musculoskeletal Medicine.
Schleip was co-initiator of the first International Fascia Congress 2007 at the Harvard Medical School in Boston (1st Fascia Research Congress), which marked the breakthrough for modern fascia research, as well as the subsequent congresses. He was a member of the scientific committee at all events in this series.Schleip has been Director of the Fascia Research Group, Division of Neurophysiology at the University of Ulm since 2008.As a lecturer he teaches in physiotherapy, orthopaedics and training science. He is the author and publisher of specialist publications on the subject of "Fascia" and is present in the media on this subject.
Prof. Dr Nelson F. Annunciato Ph.D.
After completing his studies, he worked and researched for 6 years as an assistant at the University of Sao Paulo (specializing in biomedicine in the Department of Functional Neuroanatomy), where he was involved in the study of the nervous system.Between 1989 and 1991 he continued his brain research at the Institute of Anatomy at the Medical University of Lübeck, Germany.
From 1996 to 1998 he was (post-doc) at the German Academy for Developmental Rehabilitation in Munich with the neurological rehabilitation program (Regenerationsvermögen the nervous system).From 1999, as a private lecturer at the University of Mackenzie in Sao Paulo, Brazil, he explored the developmental disorders of the child's brain. In 2001 he got a chair as a professor and head of the Department of Developmental Disorders at the same university.From 2004 to 2010 he was the scientific director of the ZiFF (Center for Integrative Funding and Further Education) in Essen, Germany.In addition, from 2009 to 2016 he was guest professor at the University of Murcia, Spain.In March 2018, he completed a postgraduate education in nutritional medicine focusing on the prevention and treatment of age-related diseases at the University of Uningá, Brazil. Since 2019 scientific advisor and biomedicine in the research group Dr. med. Feil active. International lecture and seminar activities in South, North America and Europe.
Please consult your health care professional before beginning this or any other health or fitness program. The creators, producers or distributers of Smovey disclaim any liabilities or loss in connections with the exercises, instructions and advice herein.
For best and optimum results, it's recommended to use smovey for at least 15 mintues every day and best time is the morning. It's not recommended to use any smovey after 8pm as the vibrations create energy and may cause difficulty getting to sleep.
Disclaimer: These products are 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 vibration exercise and actual personal testimonials of Smovey and smoveyMED clients.