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stiivii - the NOVAFON original

Local vibration therapy is a non-invasive, effective and drug-free solution for pain, effects of a stroke and muscle, nerve & joint conditions. It was found to be an effective method in:

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  • local vibration therapy was found to be effective to:

  • reduce pain
    chronic & acute pain such as back pain, arthritis, tennis elbow, myalgia, phantom pain
  • enhance mobility
    in the elderly and after stroke
  • reduce spasticity
    in stroke, cerebral palsy, multiple sclerosis
  • reduce hemineglect
    spatial neglect due to brain damage
  • facilitate motor control tasks
    in stroke, multiple sclerosis, after hand surgery
  • enhance voice function
    in muscle tension dysphonia or vocal fold paralysis
  • reduce sensory disturbances
    in limb weakness, autism or weakness due to nerve damage
  • Our Devices

  • Evidence based treatment

    Several studies have found local vibration therapy to be an effective method in pain management, post surgery treatment and neurorehabilitation.

  • Easy, soft and non-invasive

    Mechanical vibrations are applied to the affected area of the body and increase blood flow, regulate the muscle tension and stimulate the nervous system.

  • Recommended by health professionals

    Stiivii is widely used by Physiotherapists, Occupational Therapists and Speech and Language Therapists to support their treatments.

  • Quality made in Germany

  • Research

  • Prof Roland Staud, 2011. University of Florida

    “The vibration truly represents an analgesic effect. This is exciting because it is something that provides pain relief that is not associated with great cost.”

  • Casale et al. 2014. European Journal of Physical and Rehabilitation Medicine

    "Vibration has been suggested as a possible non-pharmacological way to control spasticity. Combined with physiotherapy it was shown to reduce spasticity significantly.”

  • Schindler et al. 2002. Journal of Neurology, Neurosurgery, and Psychiatry

    "Neck muscle vibration is a decisive factor in the rehabilitation of spatial neglect and induces lasting recovery when given as a supplement to conventional exploration training."

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