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Marodyne Medical Announces LivMD Therapeutic Vibration Medical Device Now Approved for Export to European Union

Fighting conditions that come with aging such as bone, joint and muscle issues are large priorities for many people. LivMD is a product that has had great success using therapeutic vibration to treat these issues in the USA.

(PRWEB) October 20, 2015

Treating musculoskeletal conditions can often be a challenge. One method which is becoming more popular among medical professionals is using therapeutic vibration. Biomedical research and development company Marodyne Medical, along with their partners at Stony Brook University (New York, USA) have been leaders in the United States in this area, with their therapeutic low intensity vibration device LivMD. The company recently announced after great success in the United States, the LivMD was recently approved for export to all of the European Union for treatment of Osteoporosis and other musculoskeletal conditions.

“We are extremely excited about the opportunity to offer our customers in Europe a technology that has the potential to improve a myriad of musculoskeletal conditions,” commented Dr. Clinton Rubin, Marodyne Chief Scientific Officer and Chair of Biomedical Engineering at Stony Brook University. “LivMD is a remarkable device developed from 30 years of research.”

According to Mardoyne Medical some of the uses the LivMD has been approved for in the European Union include: Safe and effective treatment of osteoporosis; relief of minor aches and pains; restores range of motion to joints; improves circulation and lymphatic drainage; to name just a few of the device's indications for use.

LivMD's low intensity therapeutic vibration technology was developed over three decades ago at New York's Stony Brook University using funding from NASA, NIH and the US Army. The LivMD is the only device of its kind. It has become a popular therapy tool used by seniors, athletes, those with flexibility issues, the injured, and many more.

Feedback from the medical world has been very positive.

Stephan Becker, MD, recently stated, “I am very much looking forward to being able to offer Marodyne’s LivMD (Low Intensity Vibration Medical Device) to my patients through our clinics in Austria, Spain, Korea, France and Finland.”

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US: 1-877-712-6565
EU: +31 13 8080 0008

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