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April 12, 2012 at 6:14 pm in reply to: Effects of a low-frequency sound wave therapy programme on functional capacity #10599
Our research was introduced here much earlier, but it seems that this area is recognized by very small group of professionals at this point. I promise this will change asap
PsychotherapistNovember 24, 2011 at 8:58 pm in reply to: Neurosonic #10871
Neurosonic-method is quite unique in sleeping disorders and recovery. We get great results from all clinics and the people get rid of sleeping pills quickly. Similarly, psycho-physical recovery is remarkably fast and efficient. We are launching two separate studies on these topics related to this during the winter. The results are expected next year.
Low-frequency therapy will revolutionize the treatment area within a few years, especially in sleep disorders. My faith is so strong and I will do everything so that this becomes possible.
MarcoJuly 19, 2011 at 7:27 pm in reply to: Neurosonic #11145
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The founder of Neurosonic Finland Ltd.October 10, 2009 at 7:14 pm in reply to: relevant reduction of leiomioma ( uterus fibroma) #11128
Great. It sounds like metabolism and blood circulation increase in her uterus and guts by vibroacoustic treatment. That is a very common effect, I believe. I think that Leiomioma do not fade away completely because it is a tumor in a muscle, but the size of it will reduce by increased metabolism. The quality of life improves because pain decreases, of course. If it is possible to study this case, I suggest you focus in hormone levels also because it’s quite obvious that vibration effects in those too.
One way to treat and reduce the size of leiomioma is a use of hormones like GnRH-agonists. I believe(by my observations and research) that vibration increases the level of noradrenaline in the body and this can explain the reduction of leiomioma. It is because noradrenaline stimulates the excretion of hormones (which GnRH-agonists also stimulate) and reduces the size of the tumor automatically. I have to say that vibration will help the body in it’s own healing process. It’s getting really interesting, thanks for sharing this case Diego..