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Hypervibe Now in Tucson

Mar 01, 2019 01:00AM

Hypervibe vibration platform is now in Tucson, exclusively at Wholistic Family Medicine.

This technology helps patients gain better balance coordination, and can help those who have suffered an injury or stroke, or have any neuro-degenerative disease like multiple sclerosis or Parkinson’s disease.

Originally developed by NASA, frequency vibration platforms were created to stop bone loss in astronauts due to extended time intervals in a weightless environment. For those who have osteopenia or osteoporosis, this is the most effective treatment available to safely and naturally increase bone density.

“It’s important to know that frequency vibration machines are not created equal. There are many knock-offs that are really toys compared to those machines that are medically certified like the Hypervibe,” explains Dr. Lance Morris, of Wholistic Family Medicine. “To induce benefits increasing bone density, the machine has to be able to generate frequencies above 20Hz. In this range, it also improves circulation, muscle strength, fat burning and cellulite reduction.”

This therapy can help with: muscles that are too tight or twitchy, restless leg syndrome, creating more flexibility or mobility, pain reduction, swollen legs/ankles, generalized lymphatic congestion and a stronger immune system. “If you have diabetic or post-chemo neuropathy and other treatments have failed or offer little help, maybe it’s time to try frequency vibration therapy,” says Morris.

Location: 2310 N. Wyatt Dr., Tucson. For more information, call 520-322-8122. See ad, page 20.

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