MLDUK Conference 2018: Dr. Jens Reinhold Presentation - Deep Oscillation and Pain Relief
Julie Soroczyn and I were delighted to welcome Dr Jens Reinhold, CEO of Physiomed Elektromedizin to the UK in May to present on "Deep Oscillation and Pain Relief" at the MLD UK Annual Conference. The talk was enthusiastically received by the healthcare professionals in attendance and it was was captured on film by SilverIsland TV. This is now available to view here and on YouTube.
Dr. Kirsten Mathiske-Schmidt and Dr. Max Emmanuel Liebl are both from
About DEEP OSCILLATION®
Deep oscillation refers to an electromechanical therapy method in which electrostatic attraction and friction, produced by the use of a glove or hand-held applicator, create resonance vibrations in treated tissue.
In contrast to other therapies deep oscillation has a gentle and deep-acting effect on all tissue components to a depth of 8cm (Solangel, 2010) through skin, connective tissue, subcutaneous fat, muscles, blood and lymph vessels. Lifting and release of tissue speed is dependent on frequency used – 5Hz – 5 times per second – 250 Hz – 250 times per second. Contraindications are the same as normal massage, plus pregnancy and pacemaker.
Because of the non-invasive, non-traumatic nature of this modality, there are very early possibilities of application: following injury and from Day One post operatively, in acute pain and in wound healing, also. As no pressure is required to deliver the therapy, the practitioners hands are protected.
Deep oscillation has been successfully applied therapeutically for more than two decades and concomitantly examined scientifically with respect to its tissue effects and clinical results. Currently there exists a substantial number of RCTs, pilot studies, case studies, field reports and studies (several in PubMed-indexed international journals) to provide a medical evidence base for deep oscillation.
To read more on evidence please visit https://www.physiomed.de/en/products/deep-oscillation-evident-clinics/#bibliography