Good Vibrations

Reprinted from PN/Paraplegia News January 2015

A new five-year study at Shepherd Center’s Hulse Spinal Cord Injury Lab tests the effects of whole-body vibration on walking, leg strength and spasticity to improve mobility for people with incomplete spinal-cord injury.

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Above, Chip Hazelrig participates in training on a whole-body vibration device with Shepherd Center’s Beyond Therapy lead exercise specialist Nick Evans, DPT. For more information, visit


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