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vibration and blood flow research?

Discussion in 'Introductions' started by GlynnJ, Jan 21, 2010.

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  1. GlynnJ

    GlynnJ Member


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    Has there been any research into vibration and blood flow in patients with peripheral ischaemia?

    I have been searching for information on the use of vibration to increase blood flow to ischeamic ulcers after one of my long term ischaemic ulcer clients had rapid healing after he started using a foot massage/vibration machine. Completely anicdotal but interesting.

    Can anyone help?
     
  2. davsur08

    davsur08 Active Member

    Hi ,
    Interesting. ive not heard of any relation. did it really work? ive used TENs and infrared light but with no success. would love to try your vibration Tx.
     
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