Vibratherapeutics™ [Vibration therapy, Vibratherapeutician™]

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The object of this Course of Study is to furnish the general practitioner in as simple and compact form as possible, the CLINICAL TECHNIQUES to be used in the treatment of various conditions by Mechanical Vibratory Stimulation.

To the ordinary practitioner, accustomed to rely exculsively on his pharmaceutic allies, it seems a presumptuous and illogical innovation to attempt to induce specific physiologic reactions, by means of which definite therapeutic results may be confidently expected, through rhythmic mechanical measures, however intelligently adapted and applied ; but a very little clinical experience will prove thoroughly convincing, and is usually a very gratifying surprise. That such means can be made helpful to some extent in incipient paralyses, in atrophy of muscles, and in case of sluggish functions, would be naturally inferred and generally admitted, even by those who are skeptical as to more ambitious claims; but it is a genuine surprise, to even the favorably impressed and expectant clinician, when he sees serious engorgements and congestions, and even marked and more or less chronic hypertrophies dispersed or absorbed, as a result of mechanical vibration, applied at a distant and apparently indifferent point. For example, the prompt emptying of recent hemorrhoidal tumors and varicose veins, or the reduction and virtual abortion of hyperplasias and forming abscesses, through absorption, rapidly induced by vibratory stimulation of elminating organs, — liver, spleen, neighboring lymphatics, etc.

This suggests a wide field in which rhythmic vibratory treatment is clearly and rationally indicated as safe, sane and synergetic of any and all other approved measures.

In writing this Course it has not been deemed necessary to include anatomy and physiology, with which all practitioners of massage, chiropractic, and medicine are familiar. All theory has been left out, and only a practical working basis given, so that any physician possessing a vibrator may take any individual case and in a moment's time be able to learn just how and where to apply vibration. The technique which is furnished here is based upon an experience of a number of years in which thousands of treatments have been given, covering many hundred individual cases of a widely varying lot of conditions. The techniques which are described are ones which has proven most efficacious in the clinical experience for what is written and that it will enable the practitioner to broaden the applications of a medical vibrator.


The second object of this Course of Study is to furnish the general practitioner in as simple and compact form as possible, the secrets of using Vibratory Stimulation as a toning system, wherein the musical 'note' from the device being used can have profound secondary healing effects that will further propel a healing resolution after vibratory stimulation has been applied.

Sound is a powerful, primordial force. For centuries, healers have intuitively used the therapeutic powers of sound. In the native traditions of ancient cultures, examples of sound and vibration--as elemental in creation and to wholeness--abound. Many tools have been used since the beginning of time to create music, and to aid healing: planetary gongs and Tibetan bowls, didgeridoos, rattles and drums. Today, a growing number of modern practitioners are rediscovering sound as a tool for healing and realignment. More modern sound therapy tools are--tuning forks, chimes, resonator plates, sound discs, and sound tables. All play an important role in healing. Sound is that which is produced when some object is vibrating in a random or periodic repeated motion. Every object has a frequency/vibration and therefore creates sound. All matter, broken down into subatomic particles consists of pulsing energy fields. This includes the human body in all its facets, from physical to emotional to spiritual; the body gives off and is affected by frequency/vibration.

Human tissues have the capacity to transduce pressure waves, (sound waves) into electrical stimuli primarily by means of the pacinian corpuscles (mechanoreceptors) located in the body tissues. The frequency range of the human body's transducing cells are said to lie between 20 and 20,000 cycles per second. Combined mechanical vibration with sonic frequencies can effect a state of resonance with specific cell structures, particularly for therapeutic purposes. The frequency transmission faculty of tissues will vary with their state of health, and we apply stimulatory or inhibitory waves to achieve a therapeutic response.


Vibrational Sound Analysis Therapy is a relatively new diagnosis and therapy which is researching the effects of low frequency sounds and vibration on human health and wellness. By the voice, which we analyze with a computer, is not only a great indicator of vitality, but it also helps us find the missing note(s). The voice is one of the most powerful avenues of human expression and as such, provides a very useful analog for the systems of the body. According to Dr. Alfred Tomatis, among others, the voice is not able to reproduce what the ear cannot hear. In other words, we are partially deaf to certain tones and reciprocally, our voice box cannot intonate (utter with a particular tone or modulation of voice) the same musical note. Most of us have one note we do not produce regularly from our voice. In other words, we are all partially deaf and dumb. We know the brain controls all healing. Perhaps the ear cannot hear what the brain cannot generate. There is evidence that the brain, in addition to being a master chemist, is a very complex tone generator and commands the systems of the body through frequency.

The audio waveform analysis of the voice is analyzed for frequencies in stress which are then compared to our experimental frequency assignments of vitamins, minerals, amino acids, bones, muscles and all manner of substances, including bacteria, viruses, drugs and toxins.

Once these missing frequencies (notes) in need are identified, Vibrational Therapy utilizes low frequency waveforms generated with mechanical vibrator of these same, exact missing notes. These low frequency waveforms are non-invasively delivered to the body by simple yet frequency-specific massage, most often resulting in immediate remarkable changes in tissue tone with a concomitant draining of the impediments (tissue swelling and edema is reduced).

In this way, Frequency-specific Vibrational Therapy goes one step beyond simple mechanical massage.

This course requires an enrolment key