When Russian cosmonauts were in space for extended amounts of time, their muscles and bones degenerated quickly due to the prolonged lack of gravitational pull on their bodies.
The theory of the TSVS was developed around the vertical effects that gravity has on our body, in order to minimize those effects of the weightless environment. Earths gravity works on the vertical plane of our body, so it is natural and more effective for the human body to work in a vertical direction. For example, running vertically causes all the body organs such as the brain, chest, abdomen and muscles to repeatedly contract and relax. This stimulates growth plates, improves blood circulation, activates the lymph system and even helps remove cellulite among many other benefits.
What these scientists developed not only succeeded in combating this degeneration, but actually increased and improved their muscle strength and bone density more than gravity could do alone and doubled the amount of time that cosmonauts/astronauts could remain in space without negative muscle and bone effects (240 days versus 120 days).
Researchers in Germany developed the first commercial whole body vibrational device, however it was driven by electrical motors based on simple mechanical principles. The more sophisticated, less harmful Turbosonic Sonic Therapy System was further developed and perfected by TS Korea that eliminates many of the limitations of earlier vibrational devices. In collaboration with the Qigong (Chi Kung) Masters in Korea, TS Korea incorporated improvement in a persons “Chi” within the protocols using the lower frequencies and amplitudes to address overall vitality and energy as well.
The TSVS has only been introduced to the United States since April of 2006. It is now being widely distributed for use by Orthopedists, Physical Therapists, Trainers, Chiropractors, Senior Centers, Gyms and Athletic Centers, as well as by Olympic and top sports athletes and entertainers. Most recently it is available to be leased to buy for your home or office.