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The NEW Hifi Wellness HiFiVibe Anti Gravity Chair was very popular!!

These 2 chairs were occupied through most of the conference! The most common response was that the sensation was very relaxing and reduced stress in a “matter of seconds”.

Many people reported a reduction in pain including the person in the center who was experiencing back pain and happens to be pregnant. She was back in the chair shortly after this picture was taken as her previous session had relieved much of the back pain from sitting in regular hotel conference chair.

The sensation is safe for her and her baby because this is low level vibrational excitation using clinically identified natural sine wave frequencies and music. My wife used this technology during 3 pregnancies to alleviate lower back pain and quell kicking babies, in the womb, using classical music, as the Multi Sensory media source. Our daughters are very healthy and have perfect pitch.

To hear them sing together is a rare treat!

Utilizing the new Enviro System to energize the chairs is a very effective way of adding High Fidelity, True Sine wave Multi Sensory Stimulation to your practice or for personal use.

Purchase any of our systems and receive sound files via e-mail. Download to your Smart Device to provide a Blue Tooth signal to the amplifier. Send wireless signals for clinically identified frequencies that have been shown to: Increase Blood Flow, Reduce Hypertension, Muscle Relaxation, Stress Reduction, Pulmonary Clearing, Pain Reduction, Lymphatic Cleansing, Clear Peripheral Neuropathies, Reestablish Connection Between Brain Hemispheres, and NASA approved frequencies for increasing Bone and Muscle Mass.

Use your favorite Music to create the ultimate Sensory Immersion experience. Connect to YouTube to relive that front row seat experience at your favorite concert.

Studies have shown that using music can be a very powerful tool to amoreliate the negative effects of Alzheimer’s disease. The addition of 4 more sensory inputs shows promise to create a lasting effect.

And it all starts with this little Neodymium powered driver

Interview by Kelly Haugh


https://m.facebook.com/story.php?story_fbid=3699922456693858&id=100000284209111&sfnsn=mo

Thank you Kelly and Darlene for being willing subjects!


Here is link to full report https://www.ncbi.nlm.nih.gov/pmc/articles/PMC2427054/


New hope for diabetics with chronic wounds and pain.

http://app.mdtmag.com/news/2014/04/vibration-may-help-heal-chronic-wounds?et_cid=3857550

“The exciting thing about this intervention is how easily it could be translated to people,” Koh said. “It’s a procedure that’s non-invasive, doesn’t require any drugs, and is already being tested in human trials to see if it’s protective of bone loss.” A clinical study, in collaboration with Dr. William Ennis, director of the Wound Healing Clinic at UIC, is planned, Koh said.

The frequencies used in this study can be produced on the HiFi wellness portable massage table…available now.

“The exciting thing about this intervention is how easily it could be translated to people,” Koh said. “It’s a procedure that’s non-invasive, doesn’t require any drugs, and is already being tested in human trials to see if it’s protective of bone loss.” A clinical study, in collaboration with Dr. William Ennis, director of the Wound Healing Clinic at UIC, is planned, Koh said.

Other recent studies have show promise for Parkinson’s and Fibromyalgia

http://www.news.utoronto.ca/good-vibrations-using-sound-treat-disease

Many of us love massages, but imagine a massage so deep that tissues, organs and cells could also be ‘massaged’.

That’s exactly what Vibroacoustic Therapy, a low frequency sound massage, is clinically proven to do, and new research at U of T suggests that it may help people with debilitating diseases

“There have been several studies using vibration from sound with Parkinson’s,” said Bartel   “It has been known for over 100 years that vibration (like riding in a wagon on cobblestones) helped relieve some symptoms. So the scientific study of the effect of low frequency sound was a natural connection. Also known is that 40 Hz brain waves seem to be carriers of information between the parts of the brain that control movement. So adding extra stimulation in that zone should help that communication and so assist in movement control.”

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