The Leader in Whole Body Vibration

The Power Plate is a whole body vibration platform that can allow you to get an incredible workout in only a few minutes.  The vibrations cause the muscles in every part of your body to have microscopic contractions, and therefore, bring you to fatigue much faster than traditional exercise.  It can also boost your circulation, help to improve your balance, increase flexibility, and have a positive impact on bone density.  There are many vibration plates out there, but the Power Plate and its patented tri-planar motion is the leader in the industry.  Contact us today to set up your free consultation and come learn about how the Power Plate can help you!

Vibration Workouts

Your Personal Exercise Specialist will identify your specific goals and design your personalized exercise routine. It could include simply standing on the machine or more intensive workout routines to target specific muscle groups.  Each individual exercise routine will vary depending on your unique abilities and limitations.

Therapeutic Routines

The Power Plate can increase the flexibility of all tissue in the body, improving range of motion and making more movement possible. By applying certain stretching routines and yoga inspired exercises, we can help you increase blood flow, relieve chronic pain from stiff muscles, and improve balance.

Intensive Training

As you improve your strength and physical ability, we will continue to challenge you with more intensive exercise routines. We may also incorporate supplemental equipment such as hand weights, resistance bands, and medicine balls to provide a total body workout. Intensity levels vary depending on your ability.

Research

Scientific research on the effects of whole body vibration (WBV) therapy has been conducted all over the world. The results suggest that people with debilitating conditions such as Osteoporosis, Arthritis, Multiple Sclerosis, Parkinson’s Disease, stroke victims, and many other conditions may achieve the many benefits of exercise while working within their personal limitations and minimizing stress on their joints and ligaments. Here are just some of the many clinical research studies that have been performed:

1. WBV vs. Walking
2. Effects of WBV on Multiple Sclerosis Symptoms
3. Effects of WBV on Circulation

All of these studies and more can be found on the website for Dr. David Lipman, DC