Matrix Rhythm Therapy
An academic medicine of the 21st century.
A new therapy which eases pain and mobility restrictions.
Matrix Rhythm Therapy eases and cures different kinds of pain.
How does the treatment work?
Our body cells move rhythmically – as long as they are healthy.
If this no longer works properly, there are delays and congestions in the matrix – i.e. the interstitial spaces around the cell.
Therefore the relevant parts of the body no longer receive sufficient nutrition and toxic waste products are not being eliminated fast enough.
The first minor irritations resulting from this malfunction are hardly even noticed by the patient.
Soon, however, serious and – more importantly – painful disturbances, can gradually affect the entire cell apparatus of muscle, bone, cartilage, vascular and nervous tissues.
Matrix Rhythm Therapy counteracts these processes. The therapy tool has a specially designed resonator which creates mechanical pulsations which will gently and harmoniously induce the cells to accept again their own body analogue oscillations; this is particularly effective for the skeletal musculature and the nervous system. Thereby the metabolic processes are normalised in a short time. The curing and the regeneration begin.
Where was the therapy developed?
The Matrix Rhythm Therapy is a therapy which has been developed from the applied cell biological research at the University of Erlangen, Germany. With the help of vital video microscope, scientists discovered a new world of physical therapy possibilities. Further information can be read at:
What can be treated?
The Matrix Rhythm Therapy is already used in the medical field to treat the following symptoms:
- Acute and chronic pain (migraine, phantom pain)
- Acceleration of the neuroregeneration
- Reduction of oedemas
- Improvement of flexibility and stretchability e.g. as in the case of pes equinus, scar tissue, adhesions, contracture, posture damage
- Tensions, spasticity, stress in the joint capsules
- Faster regeneration in the case of illnesses of a chronic degenerative character like rheumatism, fibromyalgia, osteoporosis or osteoarthrosis
- Regeneration of the fine vascular system as in venous ulcer, cellulite or varicose veins