Pain Reduction
Acute and chronic musculoskeletal and neurogenic pain: (arthritis/arthralgia, muscle spasms, muscle strains, neuralgia and myalgia, fibromyalgia, tendonitis and epicondylitis, generalized muscle pain, poor flexibility, poor digital blood flow in patients with connective tissue disease such as Scleroderma and other vascular diseases, peripheral neuropathy and plantar fasciitis.)
Transcutaneous Electrical Stimulation (TENS) has been compared to Vibration training in multiple studies, and patients preferred Vibration therapy to TENS and it has been shown to be more effective in relieving myofascial and musculoskeletal pain.
EMS (Electrical Muscle Stimulation) is purported to increase muscle strength, but studies show that Vibration treatment was more effective increasing muscle strength and power.  EMS effects muscle groups only while Vibration effects muscle groups as well as bones, joints, tendons and ligaments.  In addition, injuries have been reported with EMS treatments, but not with Vibration therapy.
Although most patients with musculoskeletal pain show excellent results with Vibrotherapy, our experience with plantar fasciitis has been remarkable, and most patients have been able to avoid surgery.  We have shown that patients with peripheral neuropathy who have failed pharmacological therapy have achieved excellent results as well.