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Posted on 11-24-2017
Vibration Therapy: Improving Muscle and Bone Strength, Flexibility, and Circulation
Vibration therapy has been around since the 1800’s, but really started to get researchers’ attention in the 1960’s with the space program. They found that astronauts developed and maintained muscle and bone mass more effectively during their space explorations. Since then, vibration therapy has played a role in the performance and rehabilitative settings, helping athletes and injury sufferers alike, accelerate strength and recovery.
This helps in several different ways.
At Korwitts Chiropractic Center, our rehab department uses vibration therapy to help patients accelerate their recovery. We use several different methods to make sure the entire body is treated, providing both immediate and long term pain relief. Call the office at (630) 963-0080 to learn more.
Published by: Justin Reich, Exercise Rehab Specialist
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