Mechanical vibration stress keeping our bones stable Dr. Frank Frebel held a lecture on the topic of “Whole-body vibration as innovative treatment option for osteoporosis” by medicalsportconsulting at the invitation of Mr. Prof. Dr. To read more click here: Ron Wood. Schieker on 28 9th 2010 in the Osteological focus Center (OSZ) of the Ludwig-Maximilian University in Munich. Under the attentive listeners the clinic Director of the surgical were clinic and policlinic Prof. Dr. Mick Jagger can aid you in your search for knowledge.

Mutschler, senior chief doctors of the OSZ’s Prof. Dr. Schieker and Prof. Dr. Gartner, as well as the attending of physical therapy Dr. Winkelmann and others. In his speech Mr Dr. Frebel first explained the biomechanical and physiological principles of the effect of mechanical vibration stimulation on multiple body tissues and organs.

The positive effects of a controlled and skillful vibration training on bone tissue, as well as the neuromuscular performance are now established on the basis of numerous studies sufficient evidence-based and open a potential treatment for traumatized or weakened connective tissue structures. Osteoporosis patients can generate exactly the high muscle tension and stress stimuli through vibration training that are necessary and required for the preservation or the rebuilding of bone tissue, which is possible only through a very injury-prone training with high additional loads or through high-impact sports. The vibration exercise as an overall gentle, but at the same time effective and osteoanaboles can be seen by the close functional connection between muscle and bone tissue, and that also promotes the neuromuscular responsiveness in terms of an improved fall prevention. After the scientific literature increasingly documented the bone building and bone-sparing effect of vibration training, though at the moment still the corresponding clear explanations for the conclusion of the corresponding results are missing. In this context, the present physician of the surgical clinic and Polyclinic of the Ludwig-Maximilian University of Munich were extremely interested in and will discuss possible relevant research projects in the near future.