Selected Bibliography
Journal Articles & Research Papers

Selected Bibliography
Journal Articles & Research Papers

Asselin, P, et al.  (2011)
  Transmission Of Low-Intensity Vibration Through The Axial Skeleton Of Persons With Spinal Cord Injury Aa A Potential Intervention For Preservation of Bone Quantity And Quality

J of Spinal Cord Medicine, Vol 34(1):52-59
Biodex #93-131 

Bianchi, ML, et al. 
  Effects of Low-magnitude High-frequency Vibration on Bone Density, Bone Resorption and Muscular Strength in Ambulant Children Affected by Duchenne Muscular Dystrophy 

Biodex #93-140   

Gilsanz, V, et al.  (2006)
  Low-Level, High-Frequency Mechanical Signals Enhance Musculoskeletal Develoopment Of Young Women With Low BMD

J of Bone and Mineral Research, Vol 21(9):1464-1474
Biodex #93-128   

Hwang, SJ, et al.  (2009)
  Extremely Small-Magnitude Accelerations Enhance Bone Regeneration

Clin Orthop Relat Res, 467:1083-1091
Biodex #93-129   

Isaac, C, et al.  (2012)
  Biologic Approaches To Enhance Rotator Cuff Healing After Injury

J Shoulder Elbow Surg, 21:181-190
Biodex #93-137   

Kiiski, J, et al.  (2008)
  Transmission Of Vertical Whole Body Vibration To The Human Body

J of Bone and Mineral Research, Vol 23(8):1318-1325
Biodex #93-141  

Lancet, The (2001)
  Good, Good, Good…Good Vibrations:  The Best Option For Better Bones?

The Lancet, Vol 358:1924-1925
Biodex #93-120   

Leung, KS, et al.  (2014)
  Effects Of 18-Month Low-Magnitude High-Frequency Vibration On Fall Rate And Fracture Risks In 710 Community Elderly – A Cluster-Randomized Controlled Trial

Osteoporosis Int, DOI 10.1007/s00198-014-3693-6
Biodex #92-307   

Luu, YK, et al. (2009)
  Development Of Diet-Induced Fatty Liver Disease In The Aging Mouse Is Suppressed By Brief Daily Exposure To Low-Magnitude Mechanical Signals

Intl J of Obesity, 1-5   DOI:  10.1038/ijo.2009.240
Biodex #93-135   

Luu, YK, et al. (2009)
  Mechanical Stimulation Of Mesenchymal Stem Cell Proliferation And Differentiation Promotes Osteogenesis While Preventing Dietary-Induced Obesity

J of Bone and Mineral Research, Vol 24(1):50-61
Biodex #93-136   

Luu, YK, et al. (2009)
  Mechanical Signals As A Non-Invasive Means To Influence Mesenchymal Stem Cell Fate, Promoting Bone And Suppressing The Fat Phenotype

IBMS BoneKEy,  6(4):132-149
Biodex #93-134  

Marodyne Medical
  The Role Of Low-Intensity Vibration In The Prevention Of Falls:  A Situation And Technology Opportunity

Marodyne Medical
Biodex #92-313   

Mettlach, G, et al.  (2013)
  Enhancement Of Neuromuscular Dynamics And Strength Behavior Using Extremely Low Magnitude Mechanical Signals In Mice

J of Biomechanics, http://dx.doi/org/10.1016/j.jbiomech.2013.09.024
Biodex #93-139   

Muir, J, et al.  (2011) 
  Postural Instability Caused By Extended Bed Rest Is Alleviated By Brief Daily Exposure To Low Magnitude Mechanical Signals

Gait & Posture, 33:429-435
Biodex #92-306   

Muir, J, et al.  (2013)
  Safety And Severity Of Accelerations Delivered From Whole Body Vibration Exercise Devices To Standing Adults

J of Science and Medicine in Sport, 16:526531
Biodex #93-142   

Nature (2001)
  Low Mechanical Signals Strengthen Long Bones

Nature, Vol 412:603-604
Biodex #93-121   

Ozcivici, E, et al.  (2010)
  Mechanical Signals As Anabolic Agents In Bone

Nature, Vol 6:50-59
Biodex  #93-130   

Reyes, ML, et al.  (2011)
  High-Frequency, Low-Intensity Vibrations Increase Bone Mass And Muscle Strength In Upper Limbls, Improving Autonomy In Disabled Children

J of Bone and Mineral Research, Vol 26(8):1759-1766
Biodex #93-138   

Rubin, CT, et al.  (2007)
  Adipogenesis Is Inhibited By Brief, Daily Exposure To High-Frequency, Extremely Low-Magnitude Mechanical Signals

PNAS, Vol 104(45):17879-17884
Biodex #93-133   

Rubin, CT, et al.  (2006)
  Low-Level Mechanical Signals And Their Potential As A Non-Pharmacological Intervention For Osteoporosis

Age and Ageing, 35-S2:  ii32-ii36
Biodex #93-124   

Rubin, CT, et al.  (2004)
  Prevention Of Postmenopausal Bone Loss By A Low-Magnitude, High-Frequency Mechanical Stimuli:  A Clinical Trial Assessing Compliance, Efficacy, And Safety

J of Bone and Minereal Reserach, Vol 19(3):343-351
Biodex #93-122   

Ward, K, et al.  (2004)
  Low Magnitude Mechanical Loading Is Osteogenic In Children With Disabling Conditions

J of Bone and Mineral Research, Vol 19(3):360-369
Biodex #93-123   

Weinheimer-Haus, EM, et al.  (2014)
  Low-Intensity Vibration Improves Angiogenesis And Wound Healing In Diabetic Mice

PLoS ONE, 9(3):e91355     doi: 10.1371/journal.pone.0091355
Biodex #93-143