Deep oscillation is a unique, patented treatment method. Its special structure allows you to create biologically effective oscillations in the treated tissue using electrostatic attraction and friction. In contrast to other therapies, these pleasant oscillations have a gentle and deep-acting effect on all tissue components (skin, connective tissue, muscles, blood and lymph vessels). Deep tissue Oscillation is used in at the same time as having an MLD treatment. This allows the patient to have fewer MLD sessions while achieving excellent results thereby reducing their costs.
The following physiological effects of deep oscillation are clinically proven:
Highly effective in reducing pain
Effective in reabsorbing oedema
Promotes wound healing
Improves the trophicity
Improves the quality of the tissue
For the treatment, the patient holds a titanium neutral element loosely between the fingers. The pleasant therapy effect of deep oscillation is created beneath the hand applicator, which is moved in a circular motion above the tissue.
Treatment for traumatic injury and damage from overstraining
For traumatic injuries and damage from overstraining, deep oscillation has an anti-inflammatory and oedema-reducing effect, directly stimulates self-mobilisation in areas relieved of pain and thus enables an earlier return to active forms of therapy and training.
Pre- and post-operative therapy
With deep oscillation, swellings and oedemas can be relieved pre- and postoperatively considerably faster than with conventional therapies. Because it can be used at an extremely early stage, healing processes are stimulated and accelerated, local inflammation is inhibited and pain is reduced over a sustained period.
Training aftercare and performance stabilisation
In training aftercare, deep oscillation is known for its rapid, muscle-relaxing and pain-relieving effects, and for its direct effect against micro-trauma (muscle aches). Roughage and cell remains are removed more quickly through the treatment. This promotes a more effective nutritional supply to the muscle cells, thus accelerating the restoration to optimal performance. Regeneration times in the systematic training process can thus be reduced.