Vibroacoustic therapy a new way to treat
Linda Sweet, a natural health care practitioner, including care in reflexology and Reiki, has also studied and completed vibroacoustic training, which uses sound to produce vibrations that are applied directly to the body by using a special mattress or pad.
“Vibroacoustic therapy is being studied more and more. The vibrations can have a positive effect on the body,” Sweet says.
During the vibroacoustic therapy process, a client lies on a specially designed mat or bed or sits in a chair that is embedded with speakers or transducers which transmit specific computer-generated frequencies into vibrations, according to the vibroacoustic therapy website, vibroacoustictherapy.com.
Since the human body is more than 70 per cent water and sound travels five times more efficiently through water than through air, sound frequency stimulation directly into the body is a highly efficient means for total body stimulation at a deep cellular level, the website continues.
Vibrational healing and sound frequencies do not diagnose medical conditions, nor do they cure or heal diseases. However, as a noninvasive, energy-based alternative health approach to wellness, vibroacoustic therapy has been used for more than 40 years to successfully treat patients with chronic and acute pain, neurological issues including stroke rehabilitation and Parkinson’s Disease, COPD and various other lung problems including asthma, and for faster recovery from surgeries including knee and hip replacements.
For more information visit vibroacoustictherapy.com