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Fortbildungsreihe Matrix-Rhythmus-Therapie: Modul I-V

Lernen im Matrix-Center München

Von Mis-Management im Mikrokosmos der Zellen und ihrer extrazellulären Matrix zu Störungen im Makrokosmos.

Die Kursserie unterteilt den Körper topografisch in fünf Module, beginnend beim Körperstamm bis zu den Extremitäten. Gemeinsam spannen wir den Bogen von der Entgleisung im Mikrokosmos zu makroskopisch sichtbare Fehlfunktionen von u.a. Muskelsynergien und Biomechanik, um so die Ätiologie von Symptomen und Pathogenese nachzuvollziehen. Daraus resultierend lernen Sie die Prinzipien der Behandlung verschiedener Befunde mit dem Matrixmobil ausführlich kennen und erarbeiten zusammen mit den anderen Kursteilnehmern praktische Herangehensweisen und Behandlungsprinzipien.

Jede Region wird im Kurs nach dem Prinzip „von Mikro zu Makro – von passiv zu aktiv“ mit den entsprechenden theoretischen Hintergründen und praktischen Konsequenzen behandelt.

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Matrix-Workshop in Izmir

It’s that time again – a week of intensive workshop and exchange of experiences with other practically active matrix rhythm therapists, basic researchers and clinicians.

From 08 to 15 October 2022 in Izmir/Turkey

Ilica Htoel
The workshop takes place in a 5-star hotel – Spa & Thermal Resort – right by the sea. The pretty Aegean villages of Ilıca, Alaçatı and Çeşme are in the immediate vicinity and invite you to stroll around.
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Efficacy of matrix rhythm therapy (MaRhyThe) in venous ulcer healing: a case study

Author: Harish Kumar Rajendran, Physiotherapist, Head of the department, Sai Healthcare Foundation, Chennai, India

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A Case Study: Matrix-Rhythm-Therapy for Child with Spastic Deplegic Cerebral Palsy

Authors: Sonali S, Senior PhD Research Scholar, Srinivas University, Head of Department and Associate
professor, Department of Physiotherapy, SSIMS, India and Edwin Dias, Head of Pediatric Department, SIMS, Mangalore, India

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Matrix Workshop Ischia 2021

From September 26 to October 1, 2021

In Giardini Poseidon Terme Ischia

It’s that time again – a week of intensive workshops and exchange of experiences with other practical matrix rhythm therapists and clinicians.

Here you will find the program and details about participation and travel information – in German Language. (PDF)

Matrix Rhythm Therapy (MaRhyThe) of Decubitus Ulcer in Cancer

A Case Study: Application of Matrix Rhythm Therapy (MaRhyThe) for the Treatment of Decubitus Ulcer in Cander

Authors: Varsha Huddar, Renu Pattanshetty, Department of Oncology Physiotherapy, KAHER Institute of Physiotherapy, Belagavi, Karnataka, India

Fallstudie Decubitus Ulcer
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Matrix Rhythm Therapy (MaRhyThe) in trigeminal neuralgia

A Case Report: Application of Matrix Rhythm Therapy (MaRhyThe®) as a Novel Treatment in Trigeminal Neuralgia

Authors: Varun Naik, Basavaraj Motimath(1), Tanvi Pathania(2)
CVTS Physiotherapy Department, KAHER Institute of Physiotherapy, (1)Sports Physiotherapy Department, KAHER Institute of Physiotherapy, (2)Clinical Physiotherapist at Niramay Physiotherapy Center, Belagavi, Karnataka, India


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MaRhyThe versus IASTM on forward head posture and buffalo hump

Effect of MaRhyThe® versus Myofascial Mobility Tool in Female individuals with or without Neck Pain Having Forward Head Posture and Buffalo Hump – A Randomized Clinical Trial

Authors: Nikita Shamine Miranda, Vijay Kage
Department of Orthopaedic Physiotherapy, KAHER Institute of Physiotherapy, Belagavi, Karnataka, India

Women mith Buffolo Hump - pre post treatment

Pre-Post difference with MaRhyThe® on Buffolo Hump


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Advanced Trainings in Matrix Center Munich

First Thursday of every month we offer personalized trainings in small groups.

With max. 6 participants

Dates for 2021 (January – June): Intensive Anwendungspraxis – monatliche Termine(PDF)

Effect of matrix rhythm therapy in Diabetic foot ulcer healing: A Case Report

Author: Varun Naik, Chandra Bahadur Khatri, Ganesh BR, Department of Cardiovascular and Pulmonary Physiotherapy, KAHER’s Institute of Physiotherapy, Belagavi, Karnataka, India.

Abstract

Diabetic foot ulcer is one of the major complications following diabetes. In India, 15% of diabetic patient develop DFU once in their lifetime. Neuropathy associated with diabetes is a major factor in development of foot ulcer in such patients. Infection, peripheral arterial diseases, altered functions of white blood cells, stem cells and regenerating tissues and co-morbidities lead to delayed wound healing. Matrix rhythm therapy is a recent advancement in the field of Physiotherapy. It provides external oscillation that activates normal rhythm of cell that is between 8-12 Hz which improves cellular function within cell and extracellular matrix, enhancing tissue healing.

A 70 year female presented with infected diabetic foot ulcer on her right foot in out-patient department of KLE hospital. She had non-healing ulcer since one and half months and undergone conservative treatment of wound care along with strategies of diabetic foot care.

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