Effects of MaRhyThe®

Effect and Efficacy of the Matrix Rhythm Therapy®

Matrix Rhythm Therapy restores the good tissue resonance, Characteristic for the skeletal musculature, by frequency and amplitude modulation. The applicator produces a lifting action at the same time as a horizontal micro extension movement, which is transferred to adjacent inner organs, bones and skin. As the neural α-γ tension is normalized, the venous and lymphatic flow of the entire area of improvedmicro circulation is accelerated. Extra cellular matrix clearance increases.(Entrainment)
The biological and physiological effectiveness of the Matrix Rhythm Therapy is achieved through individual resonance spectrum adaptation in the skeletal musculature by means of the resonator appliance head, via:

  • Adaptation of the appliance head frequency to the corresponding individual tissue resonance (by manual selection at the electronic control unit).
  • Adaptation of the amplitude (amplitude modulation) because of the ex-centric design of the appliance head to the shaft (and then rotation of the head during treatment).
  • Gentle locking into phase of the oscillating resonator into the tissue, even for unforeseen resistance such as scars, adhesion and fibroses.
  • Deep acting, rhythmic micro extension of the tendons and fascias.

The resonator will re-establish the elasticity of the musculature (its characteristic resonance quality) through synchronous phasing of the mechanical – magnetic alternating fields because of the possibility of modulating frequency and amplitude.
Specific Effects of the Matrix Rhythm Therapy®

  • Activation of metabolism
  • Acceleration of venous and lymphatic flow
  • Activation of the immune system
  • Normalisation of α-γ tension of the musculature
  • Neuromuscular activation via the reflex arcs
  • Targeted relaxation of local muscular spasms
  • Targeted removal of muscular remanence(contraction residue)

  • Acceleration of the thixotropic reaction from gel to fluid.
  • Reduction of Viscosity
  • Regulation of the interstitial pH value
  • Increase of tissue temperature to normal temperature.

  • Reduction of tissue fluid absorption
  • Targeted strengthening of the muscle’s own resonance
  • Triggering the ‘direct piezoelectric effect’
  • Triggering the ‘indirect piezoelectric effect’
  • Restoration of the colloid osmotic tissue tonus
  • Establishment of individual good resonance through resonance spectrum adaptation
  • Support action for the tissue characteristic attractor
  • Improvement of the mechanical-magnetic coherence