In 1996, Novotec developed and patented the Galileo vibration platform in Germany.
The simulator works at different frequencies and amplitudes. Thanks to the sinusoidal form of vibration, the platform stimulates physiological movements of the body when walking. This allows to engage muscles, namely, to normalize tonus, increase muscle strength, coordination, and balance.
- neurological diseases (cerebral palsy, spina bifida)
- neuromuscular diseases (multiple sclerosis)
- orthopaedic diseases (pathological axes of the lower extremities, feet deformities)
- restoration of muscle tonus and strength after injuries
- reduction of myofascial pain syndrome
- improving balance and coordination.