Changing the Way the World Deals with Pain
A posture and movement program designed to enhance motion, improve posture, and reduce pain
...regardless of age, body type, or condition
Vibrate-A-Way approaches symptoms related to balance, pain and posture as a physics equation, rather than a chemical or health-related problem. Our programs are designed to restore the brain-muscle connection using sequential vibration techniques and undo accommodations the brain has previously instated.
Applying these modules has shown to improve and even fully correct one's posture, allowing for greater mobility, balance, strength and overall well-being.
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The Vibrate-A-Way Program
Analysis - a whole body approach to correct postural deviations & accommodative patterns
In the first phase, posture, gait, and joint motion are investigated to detect accommodative changes the brain has made to the body. This is done in conjunction with a thorough history of injuries, surgeries, and repetitive usage events. Posture-correcting aids may be recommended or required, such as a vestibular disc, cervical orthosis, or laser-cut custom-made orthotics. An analysis is often conducted in under an hour.
Decoding - joint-specific deviations of posture and movement receive more detailed attention
During this phase, vibration and percussion are applied to modulate the nerves communicating with the brain about movement requirements regarding the body's position in time and space.
Recoding - joint-specific deviations are given greater care & restored to a non-accommodated state
New posture and movement parameters will be introduced. This phase is more intensive and can take a few weeks up to a few months, depending on how long the accommodative pattern has existed and how severely it was introduced if through injury.
*Good posture & movement are maintained through brain & body exercises. However, reinforcement for some period of time might be necessary for a patient to maintain results. This less-intensive phase will consist of vibration and percussion application only on areas of improper change. Physical activity that encourages joint movement and muscle demand is also undertaken.