SCAM: Claiming medical research
Okay, this is the probably the biggest confusion for EVERYONE looking for a whole body vibration machine!! All these Google pay-per-click websites that come up first, are all playing this game, as they think they can try to catch the customer "offguard".
They know this because customers only have so much time in the day and they don't research further. Even if they do like the site, the research claimed is usually plagiarized for sure. I know where these companies are buying their machines from and there is no way they their machines complete do exactly what they claim. These companies tout their research, and it's not even their research. They add in their marketing hype, like its some bedtime fairytale story and we, the consumer trying to find reliable research, must accept it for what it is.
It's like, " A long time ago, in a toxic world far far away", vibration machines cured everyone of all their health problems (see our huge list of every problem in the world here), so today we have this machine that is designed just for your problem.
Is this really your research or someone else's research on their machine that costs 2500 bucks while you are trying to sell your 400 dollar machine.
People will want to know where they can get the results from a machine that someone knows that someone ACTUALLY got those same results from that SAME machine, not just some generic vibration machine mass produced in some other country sold for 400 bucks that everyone seems to keep asking about because it's what is in everyone's face no matter where they look on the internet.
There are only a handful of vibration machine companies that did research on their machine to prove their claims. Some have been studied in colleges while others are registered as class one medical devices. So, before I promote a machine I need to hear proven claims. I need to talk to people who have used different machines. If people are calling me about a certain machine saying they got no results, I take notes. The only 2 machines I know of that are class one medical devices are the Noblerex K1 that came out many years ago and the current ZaaZ machine. If any insurance is going to pay for one of these its probably going to have to be a registered as a medical device.
If you are interested in a vibration machine for medical reasons, make contact and I will try to help you.