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Matrix Rhytm Therapy

What is Matrix Rhythm Therapy?

Matrix Rhythm Therapy is a method developed by scientists from clinical-based scientific studies related to cell biology, conducted at Erlangen University in Germany. This new therapy method is used successfully for physiotherapy and physical treatment, which is based on the characteristics of cells, examined under special microscopes called “vital microscopes”, which show the vital conditions of cells.

 

 

How is Matrix Rhythm Therapy applied?

The cells in our body move with a certain rhythm when they are healthy. When these rhythmic movements are defective for any reason, disorders occur in the tissue where these cells live, called connective tissue or the “Matrix”, and cellular movement there is reduced.  The cells cannot receive adequate nutrition and metabolic wastes cannot be removed from the area. Initially, a slight immune reaction, which cannot be felt, occurs in the area. Subsequently, serious problems begin which manifest themselves as pain. In time, these will have an impact on the muscle, bone, cartilage, tissue, vein and nerve tissues

 

What are the benefits of Matrix Rhythm Therapy?

The headpiece of this specially shaped therapy device is designed to cause the same physiological vibrations that are unique to our body. These vibrations are mechanically applied externally to the Body to stimulate the skeletal muscles and the nervous system harmonically and rhythmically without causing pain. As a result, metabolism (the process of nutrition and waste removal in the cells and cellular environment) will return to normal in a very short period of time, thus restoring the healing and renewal process in the tissues at a cellular level.  

 

 

Who can not benefit from Matrix Rhythm Therapy?

Matrix Rhythm Therapy is not recommended in following cases:

Conditions where there are chances of any embolism. You must provide detailed history about your health conditions and medicines you are taking to your therapist.