The TSVS stimulatesthe body’s own healing response as well as stimulating the regeneration ofhealthy cells. Using the TSVS alsoprevents loss of muscular strength from surgery due to lack of exercise duringthe initial recovery period. Athletes use the TSVS to maintain higher levels of overall fitness and to hasten recovery frominjuries.
The following are more specific clinical uses of the TSVS.
Emphysema: Under normal circumstances, it is nearly impossible for patients with emphysemato undertake any kind of physical exercise. The TSVS enables these patients to achieve most of the benefits of a regular workout andhelp them to do cardio fitness training such as walking, or even running.
MS/ ALS and spinal chord injury: Patients with multiple sclerosis and amyotrophic lateral sclerosisare unable to train because the nerves are no longer capable of controlling themuscles properly. The TSVS activatesthe muscles directly without relying on the nervous system. Patients then feelbetter, have more energy to cope with everyday activities, experience less painand are less dependent on others.
Osteoporosis: Millions of Americans, especially women are at risk of developingthis disease, which results from the decalcification of the bone due tohormonal imbalances. Bones become fragile with a tendency to break easily. The TSVS increasesbone density, usually reversing the effects of osteoporosis by increasingthe mechanical stress on the bones via the involuntary muscle contractionscreated by the machine as well as by balancing the hormones within the body.
Arthritis and Rheumatism: TSVS can reducethe pain and discomfort of these conditions. It has been proven to increaseblood circulation in the joints and dramatically improve flexibility and rangeof motion.
Lowerback pain: The TSVS can strengthen the lower back musclesthat cause back pain. Patients with acute back hernias should not use vibrationtherapy.