Find out more about the history of the Marodyne LiV device, involving NASA astronauts, some of the world’s leading scientists and over $70million of investment.
Professor Clinton Rubin’s Research
Over 35 years of research led to the development of Low-intensity Vibration (LiV) therapy and the Marodyne LiV device.
What is Low-intensity Vibration (LiV)?
Find out more about the science behind Marodyne LiV and how Low-intensity Vibration therapy improves bone density while delivering a host of other benefits.
Who is Low-intensity Vibration (LiV) for?
Low-intensity Vibration (LiV) is certified to be safe for people of all ages, from children to the elderly.
Types of vibration
Not all vibration is the same. Low-intensity Vibration is safe for all people as it has no contraindications but not all types of vibration are safe. Read on to find out what to watch out for.
Royal Osteoporosis Society
MyBones is a proud supporter of the Royal Osteoporosis Society. For more information or to join as a member, visit www.theros.org.uk or Freephone 0808 800 003.
The ROS is a registered charity. Charity No. 11002712
Patricia Cox, 71, High Wycombe
Dorothy Wood, 72, Sheffield
Danah Witkin, 57, London
Trevor Dyson, 66, Northamptonshire
Lis Harding, 79, Chester
Mavis Ahern, 73, Brecon
Geraldine Chamberlain, 67, Colchester
Lesley Wilkinson, 65, Ripon, North Yorkshire
Julie Arnold, 65, Beaconsfield
Judith Darling, 58, Shropshire
MyBones, trading under LivMD UK.
LiVMD is the exclusive UK and Éire distributor for the Marodyne LiV Device.
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