We are excited to announce our newest service, the Migun Massage Thermal Energy Bed with red light therapy in our facility in March 2016!
The Massage Energy Thermal Massage System represents the fusion of acupressure, acupuncture, heat-therapy (moxibustion), chiropractic, and massage. The bed provides electronic heating with Helium-Jade stones; it produces far infrared rays that penetrate the surface of the body, so that the massage heads compress the autonomic nervous system and capillary blood vessels of the neck, thorax, lumbar spine, and sacral region of the pelvis. The jade eggs continually massage along the hamstring muscles of the thighs, which enhances the blood circulation in the lower limbs. It also has an external 15-way jade massage probe that stimulates the surface of the abdomen and pelvis, resulting in increased blood flow.
What does all this mean to your health? Live better and feel better. Users of the Massage Energy Bed have reported many different health benefits, some of which include:
Reduced Chronic Pain
Lowered Blood Pressure
Reduced Digestive Disorders
Detoxification of the Body
Increased Lymphatic Flow
Reduced Lactic Acid
The Technology developed by Migun has almost unlimited health benefits on the body while being used long term. Far-Infrared rays penetrate the surface of the body, allowing for the expansion of collagen tissues which then allow the mechanical jade heads to effectively push out all of the impurities that are stored in those tissues. The FDA approved Massage Bed also acts as a mechanical traction device stretching and straightening the spine, allowing your nerves and in turn your entire body to function more efficiently.
A recent study done by Dr. Steven Suh, a professor at UC Irvine, School of Medicine produced some amazing results. The study on T-Lymphocryte and Natural Killer Cell function suggests that long term Migun massage therapy may have immunostimulatory effects in healthy subjects and may have potential importance in the therapeutic use of the Migun HY-7000 massage in old subjects with impaired immune system function.