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The Matrix – The Foundation for Life

Fische im Wasser
The cells surrounded by the extracellular matrix are like fish in water; both depend on the state and quality of the fluid around them

The human being is a complex system made up of approximately 70 trillion cells. Each of the cells is surrounded by the extracellular matrix. All communication and transport of substances between the cells, takes place via the matrix. There is no transit route to or from a cell which does not pass through this medium. The extracellular matrix pervades the entire body.


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DRI-Themenheft-0-EN-500pxThe first publication of the Dr. Randoll Institute: The Principles of Matrix Rhythm Therapy – MaRhyThe

The 32-page booklet presents the development of Matrix Rhythm Therapy (weiterlesen…)

A Therapy Concept for the 21st Century

Das Buch zum Matrix-Konzept

In 2013 Dr. Randoll published his basic book about the Matrix Concept and the scientific foundations of Matrix Rhythm Therapy. (weiterlesen…)

Non-Profit Institute

Beginning in 1998 a number of research projects were carried out, which produced important scientific results and insights concerning the Matrix Concept. In 2013 the Dr. Randoll Institute was founded as a non-profit organization.

The Institute is devoted to continuing the research work already begun, to disseminating its results and integrating knowledge derived from Matrix Research into therapeutic praxis, in the interest of the common good. (weiterlesen…)

Therapy for the matrix


Many illnesses – for example diabetes mellitus, chronic pain, diseases of the  musculoskeletal system  — can be explained in terms of a derailment of cell processes and their extracellular environment. It makes sense, on this biological background, to apply a multilayered approach to the therapy of complex systems.

The Matrix Concept of Dr. Randoll concentrates on the level of cell-biological regulation:


Physiological Foundations

The extracellular Matrix is the medium in which the cell lives!

The first cells were formed in the primordial ocean. Single-celled organisms exchanged substances with this boundless ocean practically without any changes occurring in its physical characteristics (electrolytes, minerals, acid-base parameters, temperature, trace elements etc.)

Zelle_StoffaustauschThe cells of the human body “bathe” in the extracellular fluid, whose volume is smaller than the cellular volume.