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Degenerative Disease conditions, accelerated aging, and all diminished capacities ultimately can be attributed to insufficient cellular stimulation. As the living cell struggles with poor nutrition, low oxygen levels, environmental toxins and stagnation of lymphatic fluids, disease conditions develop that shorten the life span. Whole Body Vibration can reverse that process.

Whole Body Vibration was first developed in the Soviet Union to condition Soviet cosmonauts to withstand the effects of weightlessness in outer space for months at a time.

  • The Soviets conducted rigorous scientific studies spanning several decades that confirmed the remarkable restorative powers and safety of whole body vibration.

  • Soviet cosmonauts have lived in space for more than a year (420 days) without suffering the serious health effects of weight-lessness. American astronauts who did not use whole body vibration conditioning were able to live in space for only 120 days due to muscle weakness and lowered bone density.

Why TurboSonic?

  • Unlike mechanical vibration training devices that can be extremely noisy, TurboSonic vibration produces almost no audible sound.

  • No muscular exertion is required with sonic vibration

  • Muscle groups are worked selectively by a broad range of varying frequencies.

  • Intensity can be adjusted to enable fine-tuning or body sculpting, a capacity difficult to accomplish with mechanical vibration devices.

  • The seven TurboSonic training sequences were designed by the Korean Qigong Association to direct the flow of vital energy to specific areas of the body during the selected mode of operation.

  • One stands upright on the platform plate.

  • Each training session is 10 minutes.

  • TurboSonic is registered with the FDA as a Class 1 Powered Exercise Equipment/Vibrational Therapy Device.

Clinical Applications of TurboSonic Vibration Therapy

Vibration Therapy is used in the medical/physical therapy field for the treatment and prevention of a variety of illnesses, injuries, and other adverse health conditions including:

Emphysema: Ordinarily, patients with emphysema find it nearly impossible to undertake any kind of physical exercise. TurboSonic Vibration Therapy enables patients to achieve most of the benefits of a regular workout and helps them do cardio-fitness training such as walking or even running.

MS and ALS: Patients with Multiple Sclerosis and Amyotrophic Lateral Sclerosis are usually unable to train because the nerves are no longer capable of controlling the muscles properly. TurboSonic Vibration activates the muscles directly without relying on the nervous system. Patients tend to feel better, have more energy to cope with normal every day activities, experience less pain and become less dependent on others.

Osteoporosis: Millions of Americans, especially women, are at risk of developing this disease, which results from the de-calcification of the bones due to hormonal imbalances. The bones become fragile with a tendency to break easily. TurboSonic Vibration Therapy increases bone density, usually reversing the effects of osteoporosis.

Arthritis and Rheumatism: Millions of Americans, especially women, are at risk of developing this disease. Results from the TurboSonic Vibration Therapy can reportedly reduce the pain and discomfort of these conditions. In fact, it has been proven to increase blood circulation in the joints and dramatically improve flexibility and range of motion.

Lower Back Pain: Use of the Turbosonic, has been shown to strengthen weakened lower back muscles that cause back pain. However, we do not recommend that patients with an acute back hernia use Vibration Therapy.

Pelvic Instability: This condition usually results from weakening of the connective tissue during pregnancy. TurboSonic Vibration Therapy quickly brings the hormonal system into balance, enabling connective tissue to recover its strength and firmness.


Training: Improves body balance, flexibility and general health. Strengthens all muscles.

Appearance: Dissolves excess fat and cellulite effortlessly, thickens and tightens skin.

Mood: Improves how one feels and fosters a sense of well-being.

TurboSonic Vibration Therapy Stimulates the Body's Own Healing Response

Prevents loss of muscular strength, which commonly results from surgery due to lack of exercise during recovery.

By exercising the whole body, it improves lymph and blood circulation to promote a more rapid recovery.

Vibration Therapy is widely used by many professional athletic teams to maintain higher levels of fitness (despite injuries) and to hasten recovery from injuries.

Human Growth Hormone released by whole body vibration, stimulates regeneration of the skin, tones the muscles, restores some organ functions, and accelerates the healing process.

TurboSonic Vibration Therapy releases beneficial hormones and neurotransmitters:

Serotonin: 'the hormone of happiness, relaxation and well-being.'

Neurotrophine: a hormone that stimulates brain activity.

Testosterone: the male hormone that keeps men and women frisky and feeling young, increased by 7%.

Human Growth Hormone - dramatically increases, up to 460%. IGF-1: another growth hormone that slows the aging process and in many cases, even reverses its effects.

TurboSonic Vibration Therapy slows aging by also improving blood and lymph circulation,
digestion, and muscular flexibility.

Overall Benefits of TurboSonic Vibration Therapy - More Strength and Vitality

  • Provides enhanced power training to principal muscle groups in less time.

  • Improves mobility and flexibility of joints, exercises the body without undue stress to joints, ligaments, or tendons.

  • Improves physical strength, dexterity, and endurance.

Healthier Body

  • Improves and prevents many joint conditions; can reverse Osteoporosis by increasing bone density.

  • Relieves tension and chronic pain in ankles, knees, lower back and neck.

  • Effective in treating geriatric conditions and hormonal imbalances during menopause.

  • Restores and enhances sexual response in both women and men.

Greater Sense of Self-Esteem

  • Reduces body fat; dissolves cellulite.

  • Increases skin tone, tightens and thickens skin, smoothes out wrinkles.

  • Enhances one's sense of well-being and peace of mind.

Excess Body Fat: This therapy works in several ways to dissolve excess body fat. It increases metabolism, which burns calories more rapidly, and increases blood circulation and lymphatic drainage, thereby removing toxins faster. Human Growth Hormone secretion increases dramatically (460%). Excess body fat melts away effortlessly. People who use the TurboSonic Vibration Trainer for 10 minutes, three times a week, lose significantly more fat than those who engage in aerobic activity for one hour three times a week!

Cellulite: Those lumpy, fatty deposits that form an unattractive dimpling effect around the thighs and other parts of the body, simply melt away with TurboSonic Vibration Therapy.

Stress: As we all know, modern life is quite stressful, causing the release of toxic stress hormones such as cortisol and epinephrine, that throw the immune system out of balance and destroy brain cells by the millions. Sonic Vibration Therapy increases Human Growth Hormone and serotonin (the 'happiness, relaxation and well-being hormone') secretions, that lower cortisol and epinephrine secretion by 31%, and enhances circulation, all of which counteract the effects of stress on the body, mind and spirit.

A New Dimension in Health and Well-being
Of the 75-100 trillion cells in the human body, 40% to 50% are bacteria, necessary for the assimilation of food. Another 40% to 45% make up blood, lymphatic, and spinal fluids. The remaining 10% comprises solid tissues, muscle, bone, organs, brain and skin. Human cells go through their own life cycle. They are created, then wear out and are replaced in a cycle that varies from two weeks to seven years, in accordance with the body's built-in DNA cell replication blueprint. Vigorous exercise can only affect a small percentage of these cells.
Revitalization, Rejuvenation
and Recovery.
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