When is treatment with the Spineliner not recommended?
It is not recommended in the event of severe inflammations, fresh injuries, bone fractures or bone metastases in the area to be treated, very severe osteoporosis and severe pain.
How is the spine diagnosed and therapised?
A computer-controlled device transmits gentle mechanical impulses to the vertebral joints. When a vertebra is pushed, it swings at a certain frequency. The standard frequency is between 45 and 55 Hertz. A restricted vertebra, e.g. one whose mobility is inhibited, whether through dysfunction, restriction or wear and tear, has a higher frequency.
These frequencies and other diagnostic information are displayed on the monitor and serve as a guide for the user.
The Spineliner’s characteristics:
- non-invasive technique (no incision)
- substitute for infiltrations and medicine
- usually completely painless treatment – immediately improved mobility
- immediately less or no pain
- objective analysis
- treatment results are displayed immediately
- visualisation and documentation of data and healing process.
What is the principle behind analysis and therapy?
The Spineliner is based on the principle of oscillating impulse technology. Scientific research has confirmed that the therapeutic application of frequencies of 6–12 Hertz positively impacts the musculoskeletal system. Material tests for space travel using this resonance technique resulted in the development of the Spineliner.