- Activation of metabolism
- Acceleration of venous and lymphatic flow
Pain and restrictions of movement are systemic and local consequences of disturbances in the logistics of the living process. They can be successfully treated by optimising cell biological processes.
The Matrix-Rhythm-Therapy according to Dr. Randoll is a method to maintain the body's good health (prevention) and to support the healing of muscular-skeletal problems, post-operatively as well as re-habilitatively...Read more
By rhythmic micro-extension the MaRhyThe® has an effect on the cytological level, leading finally to the structuring of cellular micro-processes, which is a requirement for well-working cell regenerations and healing...Read more
Matrix Rhythm Therapy® helps in various acute and chronic conditions with pain and restricted mobility. It is very helpful for neurological conditions, vascular conditions, SPA, sports and fitness and others.It is also extremely light which helps in...Read More
Dr. Ulrich G. Randall is a medical doctor, researcher, author, lecturer and Director of the Dr. Randoll Institut in Munich, Germany. He is cofounder of the Working Group “Electrophysiology of Bone Tissue in the German Association for Osteology”, which he directed from 1993 until 2006.
From the standpoint of coherent ﬁelds he created the scientiﬁc foundations for Matrix Rhythm Therapy (MaRhyThe’), an in-depth, rhythmical micro-extensions technique.
With the development of the Matrixmobil, the results of Dr. Randoll‘s research has found their utilization in daily clinical practice. Dr. U Randoll has already trained over 3000 therapists in the use of Matrix Rhythm Therapy. His book, “The Matrix Concept: is available in its second edition both in German and English.
The Matrix-Rhythm-Therapy according to Dr. Randoll is a method to maintain the body's good health (prevention) and to support the healing of muscular-skeletal problems, post-operatively as well as re-habilitatively.
The Matrix-Rhythm-Therapy is a basic kind of therapy - directly derived from the fundamental research of Erlangen University- that settles on the matter of fact that cells are rhythmically vibrating between 8-12 Hz as long as they are alive. These oscillating characteristics can be observed with single muscle cells in their culture medium by the usage of video microscopy.