From theory to reality
The history of the device started 30 years ago. Prof. Dr. Clinton Rubin from the Stony Brook State University of New York spent the entire 30 years of his scientific career to understand how mechanical signals influence the muscoloskeletal system.
Even NASA supported the development of this vibration treatment as astronauts get osteoporosis. Bone atrophy affects astronauts due to lack of load in space. Prof. Dr. Clinton Rubin led the NASA Vibe Project – officially entitled “A Low Intensity Mechanical Counter Measure to Prohibit Osteoporosis in Astronauts During Long-Term Spaceflight” (ILSRA-2001-079).