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
Pre-Post difference with MaRhyThe® on Buffolo Hump
Author: Varun Naik, Chandra Bahadur Khatri, Ganesh BR, Department of Cardiovascular and Pulmonary Physiotherapy, KAHER’s Institute of Physiotherapy, Belagavi, Karnataka, India.
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.
Effectiveness of MET vs. MaRhyThe in Individuals with Chronic Lateral Epicondylitis: A randomized clinical trial
Author: Varun Naik, Rutuja A. Phadke, Pote Patil Aishwarya Vikrant, KAHER Institute of Physiotherapy, Belagavi.
Background: Lateral Epicondylitis is the tendinosis of the extensor musculature of the forearm that has their common origin from the lateral epicondyle of the humerus due to angioblastic degeneration. The study aimed to determine and
compare the effectiveness of MET and MaRhyThe in individuals with chronic lateral epicondylitis concerning pain, grip strength, and function.
Effect of Matrix Rhythm Therapy (MaRhyThe®) in Trismus – A Case Series
Author: Varun Naik, Physiotherapist, KLE University´s Institut of Physiotherapy, Belagavi, Karnataka, India.
One of the patients: A 33 years old female who developed restrictions in jaw moments reported after 1 month of a root canal treatment.
Dr. Anushree Phansalkar is a practising physiotherapist of Shree clinik in Pune, India. She was first introduced to Matrix Rhythm Therapy in 2011 where she first met Dr. Ulrich Randoll at a physiotherapy conference. But it was a own personal problem which made her completly believe in the Matrix Concept.