USA (PRWEB) January 19, 2014
As the number of Whole Body Vibration machines hitting the market rapidly increases, a new demand for membership at WBV studios has emerged. International research has pointed to the whole body vibration machine’s effectiveness for a large array of people in an equal variety of applications, but understanding the machine’s proper use is critical to its efficacy. Motion Health, a supplier of high quality commercial grade whole body vibration machines, has teamed up with ReVibe, WBV studio developers and Canada’s top authority on Whole Body Vibration training, in order to assist users in getting the full benefits of the machine. Wellness clinics, entrepreneurs, and business owners all fall into a key demographic that could find great benefit from these services, but many have failed to realize the importance of the quality, performance, and life expectancy of WBV machines in a commercial setting.
“No one’s doing their homework,” says Motion Health president, Peter Mueller. Even with good intentions, offering the benefits of these accelerated resistance training platforms through sales alone is not enough. The importance of the Whole Body Vibration platform’s performance cannot be understated and proper instruction in their use is critical. In order to realize the full potential of this ground breaking therapy, aftersales support in training, service and business development is a must.
Motion Health represents the Galileo® line, one of the few WBV platforms that has proven itself as a reliable and highly effective system, delivering the results that vibration machines promise. The Galileo® line has found itself the centerpiece of WBV research, discussion, and literature all over the world. This flagship product line uses highly innovative technology that is patented and protected internationally.
In addition to the new partnership with ReVibe, Motion Health, Inc. has partnerships with Orthometrix, Inc. of New York and Andante Medical Devices, Inc. of Delaware.
The Galileo® 2000, produced by medical technologies firm, Orthometrix, Inc., was released in North America as the VibraFlex®, bringing with it the first glimpse of the Whole Body Vibration platform to Canadians and US citizens. The ground breaking technology used in the Galileo® 2000/VibraFlex® takes advantage of the two key elements required for a successful WBV machine: a functional teeter-totter vibration pattern and the correct frequency range. When used properly, this powerful training platform can benefit many Canadian and US citizens.
Whole Body Vibration has been around since the late 19th century. In 1898, French neurologist, Dr. Jean-Martin Charcot, published an article claiming improvement in the symptoms of Parkinson’s patients as a result of vibrations caused by horse and buggy rides to his office. In Europe, Whole Body Vibration has been effectively used as treatment in a wide variety of cases, including the treatment of cosmonauts and the training of Olympic athletes, for a great many years. WBV training was only introduced to the North American population within the last ten years.
“It is our mission to counteract the ‘de-conditioning downward spiral’ of Canadians and bring ‘Vitality to Life’ regardless of the age, location or physical condition of individuals who use our products.” writes, a Motion Health representative. “We will innovatively meet this challenge by offering individuals, businesses and medical professionals safe, reliable, science based technologies and services to enhance health, fitness, wellness, and human function.”
About Motion Health
Motion Health Inc. is a Canada based and a leading supplier of high quality commercial grade whole body vibration machines.
Check out the company at http://www.motionhealth.com for more info.