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Vibration platforms can reduce pain and disability by improving local circulation to the painful area. They can even reverse the effects naturally. For example, using a modified push up on a vibration platform has shown to help with hand neural efficiency for patients with Rheumatoid Arthritis (Lacerda et al., 2019). Routine whole body vibration therapy can provide stretching exercise of connective tissues. This can give effective and sometimes immediate relief of arthritis and rheumatism.

The vibrations from Lifetimevibe deliver mechanical loading to the skeletal muscles. This increases strength and improving circulation and flexibility (Salmon et al., 2012) and “muscle strength increased significantly” (Trans et al., 2009). “New treatment methods like Whole Body Vibration training also seek to improve muscle coordination and thereby optimize affected joint loading” (Stein et al., 2010).


  1. Wilcock, I.; Whatman, C.; Harris, N.; Keogh, J. Vibration Training: Could It Enhance the Strength, Power, or Speed of Athletes? Journal of strength and conditioning research 2009, 23, 593-603.
  2. Torvinen, S.; Kannus, P.; SIEVÄNEN, H.; JÄRVINEN, T. A. H.; PASANEN, M.; KONTULAINEN, S.; JÄRVINEN, T. L. N.; JÄRVINEN, M.; OJA, P.; VUORI, I. Effect of four-month vertical whole body vibration on performance and balance. Medicine and science in sports and exercise 2002, 34, 1523-1528.
Athletic Performance

A vibration machine can help to increase athletic performance. Increased blood flow and oxygenation of the muscles prompts elasticity, strength, and power (Wilcock et al., 2009). Holding a pose for up to 60 seconds at a time can activate targeted muscle groups.

Studies have shown vibration therapy improves vertical jump (Torvinen et al., 2002). The exercises using a vibrating plate can improve physical condition for athletes from many sports.

  1. Wilcock, I.; Whatman, C.; Harris, N.; Keogh, J. Vibration Training: Could It Enhance the Strength, Power, or Speed of Athletes? Journal of strength and conditioning research 2009, 23, 593-603.
  2. Torvinen, S.; Kannus, P.; SIEVÄNEN, H.; JÄRVINEN, T. A. H.; PASANEN, M.; KONTULAINEN, S.; JÄRVINEN, T. L. N.; JÄRVINEN, M.; OJA, P.; VUORI, I. Effect of four-month vertical whole body vibration on performance and balance. Medicine and science in sports and exercise 2002, 34, 1523-1528.
Back Pain

Routine whole body vibration therapy can provide effective relief of back pain. Back pain can make daily tasks and exercising difficult and painful. A common treatment of back pain is to stretch and strengthen the muscles in the back and core. Vibrtion machines can and strengthen connective tissues without straining them.

The frequent vibrations strengthes muscles to improve posture and spinal health to prevent and eliminate back pain. Back pain due to extended sitting decreased in workers of a 2017 study after vibration treatment (Kaeding et al., 2017).  Rittwinger also found vibration machines can reduce  chronic lower back pain (Rittweger et al., 2002). 

  1. Kaeding, T. S.; Karch, A.; Schwarz, R.; Flor, T.; Wittke, T. -.; Kück, M.; Böselt, G.; Tegtbur, U.; Stein, L. Whole-body vibration training as a workplace-based sports activity for employees with chronic low-back pain. Scand J Med Sci Sports 2017, 27, 2027-2039.
  2. Rittweger, J.; Just, K.; Kautzsch, K.; Reeg, P.; Felsenberg, D. Treatment of Chronic Lower Back Pain with Lumbar Extension and Whole-Body Vibration Exercise: A Randomized Controlled Trial. Spine 2002, 27, 1829–1834.


Incontinence is the lack of control over defecation and urination. Urinary and fecal discharge is controlled by the pelvic floor muscles. These are also called kegel muscles and sphincter muscles. These muscles are the “valves” that control the flow of fluids. Sphincter muscles control fecal discharge and kegel muscles control urine discharge from the bladder.


Vibration plates have been shown to restore continence. (Guedes-Aguiar et al., 2019) Recent studies have shown that the rapid vibrations are effective in strengthening the pelvic floor muscle and reducing the severity of incontinence. (Farzinmehr et al., 2015) Healthy and strong sphincters and kegel muscles provide the pressure needed to control continence and prevent leakage.

This frequent vibration exercise strengthens the pelvic floor muscle and muscles involved in closing the bladder. Kegel exercises while on a vibration platform improve muscle tone by strengthening the muscles of the pelvic floor. The exercises are helpful for vaginal and uterine prolapse in women and for treating prostate pain in men.  Vibration platform exercise has also been shown to help patients regain continence after prostate cancer surgery. (Crevenna et al., 2017; Tantawy et al., 2019) 


  1. Guedes-Aguiar, E. d. O.; de Sá-Caputo, Danúbia da Cunha; Moreira-Marconi, E.; de Macêdo Uchôa, Silvana Maria; de Barros, P. Z.; Valentin, E. K.; Bergmann, A.; Taiar, R.; Bernardo-Filho, M. Effect of whole-body vibration exercise in the pelvic floor muscles of healthy and unhealthy individuals: a narrative review. Transl Androl Urol 2019, 8, 395-404.
  2. Crevenna, R.; Crevenna, R.; Cenik, F.; Cenik, F.; Margreiter, M.; Margreiter, M.; Marhold, M.; Marhold, M.; Sedghi Komanadj, T.; Sedghi Komanadj, T.; Keilani, M.; Keilani, M. Whole body vibration therapy on a treatment bed as additional means to treat postprostatectomy urinary incontinence. Wien Med Wochenschr 2017, 167, 139-141.
  3. Tantawy, S. A.; Elgohary, H. M. I.; Abdelbasset, W. K.; Kamel, D. M. Effect of 4 weeks of whole-body vibration training in treating stress urinary incontinence after prostate cancer surgery: a randomised controlled trial. Physiotherapy 2019, 105, 338-345.


Insomnia is a condition in which an individual has a hard time falling asleep and/or staying asleep. Insomnia can have many causes. These include illness, medications, habits, depression, lack of physical activity, and stress. Insomnia can be short-term or chronic. This lack of sleep can affect balance, weaken the immune system, and decrease resistance to disease. 


Studies have shown that vibration platforms can help reduce stress and may be a helpful treatment for insomnia.(Tuomi et al., 2016) Sleeping habits, stress, and lack of physical activity can all contribute to insomnia. Standing on a vibrating plate contracts most body muscles and can help to relieve built up stress.


1. Tuomi, J.; Kuurne-Koivisto, M.; Partinen, M. The effects of Whole-Body Vibration therapy on patients with primary insomnia. 2016.



Neuropathy is a group of diseases that cause the dysfunction or damage to one or more nerves. This can cause weakness, pain, tingling, and/or numbness in the extremities. Common forms of neuropathy include Peripheral, Autonomic, and Diabetic neuropathy. Pain can vary from slight numbness, mild tingling, or severe pain. This can cause loss of coordination and balance due to the numbness and pain in the legs and feet.

More than 20 million people in the United States have Neuropathy. This includes 60-70% of diabetics (Kernich, 2001). Many treatments seek to subdue the effects temporarily, but often are ineffective in curing the disease. Whole body vibration is an all-natural treatment which can provide relief for many cases.


Vibration machines can improve blood flow, and heal and strengthen the body. Hong found that exercising on a vibration plate decreased pain and improved balance of neuropathy patients with type II Diabetes (Junggi Hong, 2011).

In another study, vibration exercises improved symptoms for people with neuropathy and diabetes.  This improvement came because patients had increased blood flow, providing oxygen and healing (Johnson et al., 2014).


  1. Kernich, C. A. Patient and family fact sheet. Peripheral neuropathy. The Neurologist (Baltimore, Md.) 2001, 7, 315-316.
  2. Junggi Hong Whole Body Vibration Therapy for Diabetic Peripheral Neuropathic Pain: A Case Report. Health science journal 2011, 5, 66.
  3. Johnson, P. K.; Feland, J. B.; Johnson, A. W.; Mack, G. W.; Mitchell, U. H. Effect of Whole Body Vibration on Skin Blood Flow and Nitric Oxide Production. Journal of diabetes science and technology 2014, 8, 889-894.


Osteoporosis is a disease characterized by low bone mass density, as well as rapid bone deterioration and/or brittleness. Osteoporosis increases the risk of bone fractures especially in the hips, ribs, spine and wrists. 


Exercise is essential for someone with Osteoporosis. Weight and resistance training exercises minimize bone fragility. However, it can be difficult to exercise with osteoporosis, and simple movements can sometimes cause fracturing. Careful, calculated exercise can prevent injury and maximize benefits. 

Whole body vibration therapy is a promising treatment for people with Osteoporosis. Low-impact whole body vibration delivers mechanical loading to the skeleton. This  exercise can increase bone mass and improve balance (Rubin et al., 2001). Animal studies have also shown vibration platforms improves bone growth and especially when used in conjunction with prescribed medications (Stuermer et al., 2014).

Using a vibration plate in conjunction with other medicinal treatments have also helped women with post-menopause osteoporosis. It has been proven to be a safe and effective way for women with osteoporosis to exercise and prevent further bone deterioration (Iwamoto et al., 2012; Swe et al., 2016).

Similarly, whole body vibration has been used to help astronauts. NASA found astronauts using vibration platforms maintained bone mass while in space. They also recovered more quickly after returning home (Barry, 2001).


  1. Rubin, C. T.; Sommerfeldt, D. W.; Judex, S.; Qin, Y. Inhibition of osteopenia by low magnitude, high-frequency mechanical stimuli. Drug Discovery Today 2001, 6, 848-858.
  2. Stuermer, E. K.; Komrakova, M.; Sehmisch, S.; Tezval, M.; Dullin, C.; Schaefer, N.; Hallecker, J.; Stuermer, K. M. Whole body vibration during fracture healing intensifies the effects of estradiol and raloxifene in estrogen-deficient rats. Bone (New York, N.Y.) 2014, 64, 187-194.
  3. Iwamoto, J.; Sato, Y.; Takeda, T.; Matsumoto, H. Whole body vibration exercise improves body balance and walking velocity in postmenopausal osteoporotic women treated with alendronate: Galileo and Alendronate Intervention Trail (GAIT). Journal of musculoskeletal & neuronal interactions 2012, 12, 136-143.
  4. Swe, M.; Benjamin, B.; Tun, A. A.; Sugathan, S. Role of the Whole Body Vibration Machine in the Prevention and Management of Osteoporosis in Old Age: A Systematic Review. The Malaysian journal of medical sciences 2016, 23, 8-16.
  5. Barry, P. L. Good Vibrations. A new treatment under study by NASA-funded doctors could reverse bone loss experienced by astronauts in space.
Parkinson's Disease


Parkinson’s disease is a neurodegenerative disorder of the central nervous system that affects movement. Abnormal brain activity is triggered by the loss of brain cells that produce dopamine. Deterioration of these cells cause tremors, stiffness, loss of balance, poor coordination, speech difficulty, and trouble when walking. For the most part Parkinson’s disease is not hereditary. Instead, it is caused by genetic mutations caused by external stimuli. 


Vibration plates can significantly reduce tremors and rigidity in persons with Parkinson’s Disease (Haas et al., 2006). Significant improvements have been seen in movement velocity, postural alignment, and balance (Gomez, 2018). Controlled studies found significant improvements in posture with those who used vibrating platforms. (Ebersbach et al., 2008)


  1. Haas, C. T.; Turbanski, S.; Kessler, K.; Schmidtbleicher, D. The effects of random whole-body-vibration on motor symptoms in Parkinson’s disease. NeuroRehabilitation (Reading, Mass.) 2006, 21, 29-36. Full Text Here.
  2. Gomez, S. The Effect of Whole Body Vibration vs Agility Training on Postural Instability in Subjects with Parkinson’s Disease: A Pilot Study, ProQuest Dissertations Publishing, 2018.
  3. Ebersbach, G.; Edler, D.; Kaufhold, O.; Wissel, J. Whole Body Vibration Versus Conventional Physiotherapy to Improve Balance and Gait in Parkinson’s Disease. Archives of Physical Medicine and Rehabilitation 2008, 89, 399-403.


Plantar Fasciitis


Plantar fasciitis is the inflammation of the ligaments (fascia) on the bottom of the foot that connect the heel bone to the toes. Under normal circumstances, your plantar fascia acts like a shock-absorber, supporting the arch in your foot. When overused or over-pressured, the fascia can tear. Repetitive tearing can irritate or inflame the fascia.


Inflammation is caused by an accumulation of acids that congregate as the body tries to repair the torn ligaments. Common treatments for plantar fasciitis are stretching and massage therapy. The vibrating platform provides rapid massage and increased circulation to accelerate healing. Resting a foot on the vibration plate can also help to strengthen ligaments and muscles in the foot (Stein et al., 2010).


1. Stein, G.; Knoell, P.; Faymonville, C.; Kaulhausen, T.; Siewe, J.; Otto, C.; Eysel, P.; Zarghooni, K. Whole body vibration compared to conventional physiotherapy in patients with gonarthrosis: a protocol for a randomized, controlled study. BMC musculoskeletal disorders 2010, 11, 128.