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The number of people who are afflicted with musculoskeletal disorders is increasing driven by the ageing population and lifestyle choices. The severity of the conditions (intensity of pain and duration) is also on the increase. The increase in people who are suffering coincides with a decline in resources in the healthcare system and declining confidence in conventional medicine in addressing the needs of chronic and long-term conditions. 

This has lead to a rise in the number of the general public engaging with and using complementary and alternative medicine (CAM). The rise in use of CAM therapy's for chronic and systemic musculoskeletal disorders present a particular opportunity for CAM therapy's specialising in soft tissue and bodywork, i.e., manual therapists (massage therapists, chiropractors, osteopaths and physiotherapists). 

Although an increase in demand for therapists is good for business for therapists that use the most physical demanding techniques this can place great strain on their bodies. We believe there is a great opportunity for therapists that are best equipped to reduce the symptoms of patients with recalcitrant chronic musculoskeletal disorders without putting undue stress on their own bodies.

Watch the video below, where Dr U Randoll explains the Matrix Rhythm Therapy Concept...

Matrix Rhythm Therapy

Matrix Rhythm Therapy

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Pain Therapy ~ a Holistic Perspective

Matrix Rhythm Therapy is applied in the field of human medicine in order to maintain health (preventive medicine) as well as to optimise post-operative rehabilitation.


Chronic muscle pain, especially in the neck and spinal areas, is today quite prevalent in many patients. In Germany, for example, more than 30% of population suffer from multiple problems of the supportive tissues, the nervous and muscular skeletal system. Classic healing methods involving treatment with conventional diagnostic and therapeutic concepts often prove to be insufficient.


  • Reduction of swelling – haematoma, oedema, problems in the lymph stream; 

  • Improvement of flexibility and stretching – pes equninus, scars, adhesion, contractures, postural deformity; 

  • Regulation of local or systematic muscular hypo- or hyper-tonus – hardening, remanence, spasticity, cyst problems; 

  • Improvement of limited joint mobility – post-traumatic or after immobilisation, cyst fibrosis; 

  • Palliation of acute or chronic pain – over-expansion of muscle fibres, zoster, neuralgia, migraine, phantom pain; 

  • Increase in the functional and structural regeneration of nerve – Carpal Tunnel syndrome, damage of N. Peroneus Sudeck syndrome, tinnitus, nerve immobility; 

  • Improvement in the regeneration of chronic degenerative illnesses – rheumatism, fibromyalgia, osteoporosis, osteoarthrosis; and

  • Improvement in the regeneration of illness concerning the capillary vascular system in cutis and subcutis – ulcus cruris, cellulitis.


  • Open, inflamed or infected skin surfaces;

  • New fractures;

  • Increased bleeding tendencies or haemorrhaging;

  • Tendency for embolism;

  • Cardiac pacemakers;

  • Mucous membranes;

  • Direct bone contact;

  • Direct eye contact.


Matrix Rhythm Therapy in competitive sports could be considered before the competitive event to prepare muscles, for precision, strength and best performance and after the event for the reduction of muscle induration (scaring) or hardening for optimal restoring of function. The muscles of top athletes are subject to permanent stress and require a special kind of care. Many competitive athletes and physiotherapists have already bought the Matrixmobil® and use it regularly in order to optimise regeneration after training or after a competition. 

Due to the specific course of motion, marathon runners in particular characteristically show contractions in femoral muscles, pain and hardening in the back, in the abdominal muscles and the pectoral girdle. The Matrix Rhythm Therapy helps to systematically relax these muscles. It alleviates pain and prevents injuries of muscles or tendons.

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