International (EN)

International (EN)

Non-invasive Matrix Rhythm Therapy was my way out of Failed Back Surgery Syndrome (FBSS)

The Story behind establishing MaRhyThe® in the United Kingdom My name is Andrew Hammond. I am an advanced instructor for Matrix Rhythm Therapy and I am the founder of MaRhyThe® in the UK. For the reason that I could do this: I was suffering from Failed Back Surgery Syndrome (FBSS). Because of that I have been constantly on pain killers,...

Movement Restrictions after Vertebral Fractures

How I became fully mobile and able to work again thanks to the matrix rhythm therapy Report by: Silke Kaupp Headfirst - the fall from the horse On 27.12.2015 I fell off my horse and rolled head over heels and landed on my back. I fractured the 7th cervical vertebra, as well as other vertebral fractures, including thoracic vertebrae 3 and 4. At...

My way to Matrix Rhythm Therapy

by Dr. Aarti Prasad, Physiotherapist, Matrix Rhythm Therapy Instructor, Bangalore In December 2012, I got an oppurtunity to attend  a seminar on Matrix Rhythm Therapy at Bangalore. There I witnessed a speech by Dr. Randoll. Though I was aware about Matrix Rhythm Therapy, I wasn’t really sure how it benefits practically. After that I requested Mr. Anil Deshpande for the...

Back to Toplevel Diving

How National Diving Champion Hrutika regained her full Performance Capability. Back to high performance thanks to Dr Sandeep Bhagwat and Matrix Rhythm Therapy. Hrutika Shriram Prasad is a well-known international diver. At the present she is current National Champion 2017 in India. Hrutika is the only Indian diver to win eight gold medals at National Games held at Assam in...

Seven Years MaRhyThe® in India

Dr. Sandeep Bhagwat is one of the first physiotherapists in India to introduce Matrix Rhythm Therapy. He has a vast experience of using Matrix Rhythm Therapy in his clinical practices. He is also a certified Matrix Rhythm Therapy Trainer. In his speech in honour of the ceremony of Seven Years of Matrix Rhythm Therapy in India he talks about...

First Workshop on Matrix Rhythm Therapy at Dr. D. Y. Patil College of Physiotherapy in Pune

We are proud to announce that certified instructor and Matrix Health Partner Dr. Meenakshi Pandit has held her first workshop on Matrix Rhythm Therapy at the Dr. D. Y. Patil College of Physiotherapy (DPU) in Pune on February 22nd and 23rd, 2017. The DPY College is a prestigious institute and belongs to one of the top physiotherapy teaching and research...

Launch of Matrix Rhythm Therapy UK

This picture shows Matrix Rhythm Therapy Team in the United Kingdom with Sema Randoll and Dr Ulrich Randoll
We are very proud and pleased to announce the start of Matrix Rhythm Therapy UK which took place yesterday on the 23rd of February 2017 in London. Albert Einstein thought that ‘Coincidence is God’s way of staying anonymous’. Sometimes coincidence is a chance for something new. This happens when people meet, talk and interact. Sometime ago Dr. Ulrich Randoll met someone...

Exchange is key for progress

In the year 2013 we decided to found Matrix Health Partner – a platform for therapists and patients. Since November 12th 2016 this platform is now also home for Matrix Health Partner International. Over the years therapists worldwide told us that they want exchange. Practical exchange as well as scientific exchange. Exchange is key for progress. Nobody can do everything...
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In diesem Magazin erfahren Sie Aktuelles über das Matrix-Therapie-Konzept und zur Matrix-Rhythmus-Therapie (MaRhyThe®). Sie lernen medizinische Dienstleister, ihre Expertise und Behandlungs­konzepte kennen.

Sie erhalten Tipps für die Gesundheit und können Einzelfall­beispiele und Erfahrungs­berichte von Patienten lesen, die mit der Matrix-Rhythmus-Therapie behandelt wurden.

 

Hinweis

Bitte beachten Sie dabei folgenden Hinweis: Die »Matrix-Rhythmus-Therapie« als solche und mithin die dem Gerätesystem »Matrixmobil®« im folgenden beigegebenen Zweck­bestimmungen, Wirkungsweisen und medizinischen Einsatz­bereiche entstammen der Komplementär­medizin und begründen sich als Alternative und Ergänzung zu wissenschaftlich begründeten Behandlungs­methoden der Schulmedizin. Den Aussagen zu den genannten Therapie­feldern und Behandlungs­methoden liegen aktuell lediglich Studien kleiner Kohorten­gruppen, Pilotstudien, Anwendungs­beobachtungen und Erfahrungs­berichte zugrunde. Es liegen keine Studien des Evidenzgrad Ib (methodisch hochwertige randomisierte placebo-kontrollierte Studie mit ausreichender Probandenzahl) oder der Stufe Ia (Metaanalyse auf der Basis mehrerer methodisch hochwertiger Studien der Stufe Ib) vor, sodass die Therapie, Methodik und die beschriebenen Behandlungs­möglichkeiten bislang als schul­medizinisch-wissenschaft­lich nicht hinreichend gesichert und so als zumindest umstritten gelten.