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Low Intensity Vibration Device:
As simple to use as it is enjoyable.

 

box1_imgYou’ll enjoy the LIVs soothing, gentle and buzzing vibrations as much as you will the long-term benefits to your health and wellbeing.

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Did you miss our webinar on low-intensity vibration?

drRubin Dr. Clinton Rubin and Sara Meeks discuss low-intensity vibration uses and application.

Watch a recorded version of our recent webinar.

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News

marodyne-logo-80NEW: Marodyne LivMD: Product Sale Date Update

The Marodyne LivMD will be available for sale spring 2013.

Marodyne:  Committed to Science

The Marodyne LivMD is a product of Marodyne Medical, the world’s leading researcher and developer of safe, low intensity vibration therapy devices.

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New Updated WHO Fracture Risk Assessment Tool (FRAX)

The World Health Organization have released the latest version of their Fracture Risk Assessment Tool (FRAX)

Recent Videos

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Liv Therapy Awarded Bioscience Catalyst Grant

The new Bioscience Technology Commercialization Fund from Stony Brook University.

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Dr. Clint Rubin at the University Medical Innovation Showcase

The Medical Device and Manufacturing Showcase in New York, June 7th, 2011

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Fosamax and other Osteoporosis drugs could be contributing to broken bones.

There’s new research that suggests that Fosamax, Actonel, Boniva and Reclast and other Osteoporosis drugs could be contributing to broken bones.

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Osteoporosis Drugs Linked to Rare Fractures.

The American Society of Bone and Mineral Research has determined that popular osteoporosis drugs may increase the risk of painful thigh bone fractures.

nytlogo_smThe Dangers of Being Inactive: Is Sitting Lethal?The NY Times has recently reported on the dangers of sedentary lifestyle in an article titled “Is Sitting a Lethal Activity”.