Vibrational therapy Málaga ❤️ Body aesthetic medicine clinic
Aesthetic doctors specialists in vibrational therapy in Málaga
At Clínica Renova we use vibrational therapy as a complement to other treatments of slimming or figure-remodeling circuits. Basically the Vibrational platform produces an oscillating movement of adjustable frequency, which produces an involuntary reflex at the muscular level.
The contraction of the stimulated muscle fibers at the limit of their contraction speed is around 25-30 contractions per second. If we compare this with conventional exercise, we will see that the muscle contraction in conventional exercise affects a maximum of 30% of the muscle fibers, and that however the joint structures, ligaments and tendons suffer more wear.
What is the process?
During the exercise with the vibrational platform, the body of the subject tries to keep the head in a horizontal line, with the torso straight and without movement. All the muscles that sustain the body, will respond by the oscillations produced by the platform. In this way the patient’s postural balance learns to find and maintain a stability of the body under this disturbance of movements.
If you want more information about this treatment you can call the phone number 952 333 444 and we will inform you without obligation.
There are two main types of vibration therapy: whole-body and localized.
During whole-body vibration therapy, your therapist will ask you to stand, sit, or lay on a machine supported by a vibrating platform. For example, they may ask you to stand in a half-squat position with your knees bent.
During localized vibration therapy, your therapist will place a hand-held vibrating device on certain parts of your body. For example, they may place it on your calf or thigh muscles.
When the vibrations are transmitted to your body, they cause your muscles to contract and relax. Certain types of vibrations may also cause your body to produce more osteoblasts. These are cells that produce bone.
The direction and intensity of vibrations may determine how well vibration therapy works. Some machines produce only vertical vibrations. Others produce vibrations that go up and down, front and back, and sideways. Up and down vibrations are believed to be the most effective for producing rapid muscle contractions.
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 treating certain conditions.
The reflex muscle contractions caused create an increase in muscular strength and power. Rapid and cyclic stimulation causes internal coordination of the muscle itself. This type of exercise through the Vibrational Platform allows working all the muscular structures of the body with more power and intensity and with less joint suffering and in a very limited period of time since the sessions are of 10 minutes.
It is interesting because it helps to combat stress, increases elasticity and muscle strength, improves overall blood flow and has a postural corrective effect. It is a great adjunct in rehabilitation after injuries, helps maintain physical fitness. It helps prevent neuromuscular degenerative diseases, prevents osteoporosis, and is a good tool in the rehabilitation treatment of muscle injuries.
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The information contained in this page in no case can, nor does it pretend, to replace the information provided individually by your plastic surgeon. In case of doubt, your plastic surgeon will provide you with the necessary clarifications. If you are thinking of undergoing a Plastic or Aesthetic Surgery, go to a Specialist in Plastic, Reconstructive and Aesthetic Surgery.
Basically the Vibrational platform produces an oscillating movement of adjustable frequency, which produces an involuntary reflex at the muscular level.