VibLab general info
Connecting VibLab to Multivib
Connecting VibLab to PhysAc-chair
Connecting VibLab to Taikofon
- Do not use vibroacoustic treatment, if the client to have a any of these symptoms
Contra-indications and side effects:
-Pregnancy (At least in the first half of pregnancy should be avoided)
-Serious acute infections (excluding normal flu)
-Internal Or external bleeding (not menstrual)
-Serious Heart defects
-Angina Pectoris (usually associated with coronary artery disease)
-Acute baffle bulge
-Acute After the accident, head and neck injuries
- Prepared programmes
Prepared programmes may be saved through the “Factory presets” menu.
By opening the programme menú, you first come to VibLab’s prepared programme list and the self-saved treatment programmes.
By clicking on your chosen Factory preset-programme, you can see for what it can be used.
You may want to adjust the settings to your own preferences.
The programme begins by pressing Play. The program starts by pressing Play. Use the forward / reverse keys to jump from one section to another. You can change the order of the episodes by dragging a sequence.
- Save the client-specific changes
You can save the client-specific changes made to the programme. Pressing “Save-icon ” opens the save menu. You can change the name of the programme – these changes stay on your own computer. Saved programmes can be seen in the programme menú. You may still use these programmes later.
Frequency shows the sinusoidal sound in Hertz. The treatment area is 20-120Hz.
The volume can be set from 0 to 20. The default is 15. The volume also depends on both your computer’s and amplifier’s volume capacity.
- Rise time
Rise time determines how fast the sound wave intensity increases. Having a long rise time can relax the autonomic nervous system Faster rising time (less than 1 second) affords an activating effect in the autonomic nervous system.
The sound duration determines how long the sound wave remains at full intensity.
Decay determines how quickly the sound wave diminishes. Decay of longer tan 3 seconds can relax the autonomic nervous system. Faster decay (less than 1 second) activates the autonomic nervous system. Adjusting the Rise time, hold, and decay settings together customises the symmetrical and asymmetrical pulsation cycles occuring during the treatment sesión. By varying these settings one at a time, one gets the effect of a sound wave.
The fundamental freqeuncy variation is used to more easily find each respective muscle’s respective unique frequency. In practice, it has been found to work for example variably between 1 and 4 hz. This means in the programme that the frequency value of 40Hz and scan 2 pitch range from 38 to 42hz.
Speed controls adjust the pitch speed variation. With frequencies 40Hz, scan 2 speed 1, the pitch range changes from between 38 to 42 hz at an interval of 1 second. In increasing the speed value, the pitch variation slows down .
This indicates the amount of time which has passed. From this you know how many times the above constructed programme has been played in a row. The time is displayed in the Windows as minutes and seconds.
- Time displays
Throughout the program, you can see the top of the playlist. The remaining time is shown on the right. On the left is the program used time. For a single episode , you can see the right edge of the episode