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Revolutionary Physical Therapy with Power Plate

Monmouth Pain & Rehabilitation now offers the ground breaking equipment of Power Plate®. This revolutionary machine uses vibration to maximize blood circulation and distribution which is very important when restoring damaged muscles and tissue throughout the body. Additionally, the Power Plate can activate 200% more muscle spindle activity during exercise which can lead to extraordinary results.

The Power Plate equipment at our Shrewsbury, Freehold, Wall, & Lacey physical therapy practices is utilized in many of our patients’ physical therapy programs. Our physical therapists have found that integrating this cutting-edge equipment into our patient’s programs help with the rebuilding of bones, muscle strength, conditioning, and overall exercising performance. This state-of-the-art equipment can also assist in extending flexibility and range of motion as well as increasing our body’s metabolism and fat-burning abilities. Our Power Plate® equipment at Monmouth Pain & Rehabilitation is also very beneficial for our patients that want to build muscle and strength but do not have the ability to handle heavy weights or resistance training. The Power Plate is a great tool for natural weight loss.

The Power Plate® machines consists of a positioning plate that creates a vibration which when stood, kneeled, or laid upon distributes vibrating currents through the patient’s body. These vibrations stimulate our patient’s muscles and tissues and creates the same muscular contractions and reflexes that occur when traditional weight-training techniques are performed. The Power Plate’s vibration components are also capable of targeting an individual muscle group which works out the targeted region to its fullest component.

The Power Plate line of equipment is world renowned and used by professional athletes for condition training and rehabilitation. Among many well-known names, world famous basketball player, Shaquille O’Neal has relied heavily on the Power Plate equipment to combat injuries and even rehabilitation after surgeries.