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Matrix Rhytm 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, used successfully for physiotherapy and physical treatment, is based on the characterIstics of cells examined under special microscopes called “vital microscopes”, which show the vital conditions of cells.


How does this therapy work?

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.

Matrix Rhythm Treatment is used for the prevention of these conditions or their treatment if they have already started.

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.   


Uses for athletes: 

  • Loosens and relaxes the muscles that are contracted after intense training or competitions and prepares athletes for the next training; for injury prevention
  • Gets rid of muscle spasms
  • Treats tendon injuries or muscle tears
  • Prevents conditions such as tendon tears and ruptures
  • Triggers repair of ligament injuries
  • Treats joint capsule injuries or traumas

Uses for massage therapy:

  •  Increases the effect of massage by affecting deep muscle tissue during conventional massage therapy
  •  The relaxing effect on muscles and the nervous system ensures full relaxation
  •  Eliminates the acidic environments by relaxing spasms before the application of heat (hot water therapies, sauna, Turkish bath (hamam), etc.)
  •  Reduces sagging and wrinkles when applied to the face and head with the special massage headpiece

Uses for cosmetic purposes:

  •  Strengthens the muscles with the passive gymnastics effect from natural vibration (reduces fat tissue and increases muscle tissue)
  •  Helps with weight loss
  •  Ensures slimming and tightening
  •  Treats cellulite
  •  Treats blood vessel disorders like varicose veins
  •  Reduces wrinkles as a result of oxygenation and acceleration of blood flow,
  •  Reduces local swelling and treats edema
  •  Heals wounds and reduces of scars.

Uses for relaxation:          

  •  Because the vibration is between 8 and 12 Hz, the same as the brain’s alpha rhythm (the brain rhythm when in a fully relaxed, awake state), when applied to the muscles, the nerves transmit signals which trigger the alpha      rhythm in the brain. 
  •  Has a rapid relaxation effect.

Use for physical therapy:

  •  Muscle spasms and posture disorders
  •  Neck and herniated spinal discs
  •  Tissue and joint stiffness, spasms, mobility limitations,
  •  Pain reduction and acceleration of healing in conditions such as rheumatismal diseases, osteoporosis, arthrolith (degenerative arthritis) or soft tissue rheumatism (fibromyalgia), and diseases in the chronic-degenerative  disorders group
  •  Open wounds on the Body (decubitus ulcers) and lesions seen on the legs of diabetics (ulcus curiris)
  •  Entrapment neuropathies (Carpal Tunnel, Cupital Tunnel, Tennis Player and Golfer’s Elbow syndromes)
  •  Stress headaches and migraine attacks, acute and other chronic pains