SOMATRON CORPORATION

Introduction to Somatron Corporation

As the world’s most widely used and recommended music vibration equipment, the patented Somatron products are involved extensively in programs conducted by hospitals, universities, private and government facilities, including U.S. Air Force, the Bethesda Naval Medical Center and the National Institutes of Health. In 2015, Somatron Corporation was purchased and no interruption of service or changes in policies will be made.

 

How Does Somatron works?

Sound vibrations travel five times more efficiently through water than air, and since the human body is made up of over 70% of water, VAT has been proven to provide a highly efficient method for the deepest, cellular level body stimulation. This therapeutic stimulation can help the body to relax and heal more efficiently. Clinically proven low frequency vibration and sound therapy stimulates the body’s cells to transition into a therapeutic state of relaxation. In this relaxed state, the body’s tissues, blood vessels and lymphatic pathways open up allowing a sense of well-being to set in and for healing to begin. Once this relaxed point has been achieved, the body and mind integrate into a place of peace and calm. Some health benefits include: a balanced limbic system that allows one to handle stress more effectively, increased sense of calm, lower blood pressure and heart rate, muscle relaxation, reduced pain, reduced anxiety, increased circulation, better sleep quality and quicker healing times.


How do Somatron products help people with disabilities?
Stimulation is one of the most common and successful treatment approaches for disabilities.

Somatrons have been successful in providing both unique stimulation and total relaxation.

They contribute to reaching even the most difficult non-verbal patients. Positioning can also be difficult, yet it is necessary for comfort and relaxation. Many of our Soma Seating products are design with this specifically in mind, especially the Recliners and the Body Pillow.

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