Frequently Asked Questions
What are the benefits of implementing Vibrate-A-Way?
Many individuals who have received sequential vibration treatment see increased range of motion and decreased pain. Some have also been able to avoid surgeries and opiate drug usage. We've heard from many satisfied clients that they feel better than they have in years!
How long can I expect the results to last?
Longevity of results varies from person to person and depends on various factors. These include age, activity level, and duration of current problem. For some, results last for months or even years. But just like any other physical program, consistent applications yield results!
I'm not a doctor, can I learn how to perform Vibrate-A-Way?
Yes! If you can hold a handheld massager and learn from an easy-to-follow pattern, then you are qualified to perform Vibrate-A-Way. With our courses, you can learn this technique from home!
Is Vibrate-A-Way safe for me to practice?
Utilizing sequential vibration on the human body is a safe and effective approach for musculoskeletal pain. It is suggested to consult with your physician before undergoing any activity that you are unsure about, especially if you have cancer, fracture, infection, or other health conditions.
Do I have to know anatomy or health related classes?
No, especially if you read Dr. Woodruff's book and/or take one of our educational courses, you will be taught the basics to be able to utilize sequential vibration. It is designed in a conversational manner and will teach you what you need to know.
Is this a treatment or workout program?
It's both - just like healthy eating or an exercise program, consistent application of Vibrate-A-Way should be a normal part of healthy living. Utilizing Vibrate-A-Way 10 minutes per day, 3-5 days per week can make a significant change for your musculoskeletal health.
Can I get the same results from massage or physical therapy?
No - massage and physical therapy focus on making changes directly to the muscle itself. Vibrate-A-Way stimulates nerves which causes your brain to change those muscles.