Isodynamics REVIVER

unique medical rehabilitation therapy device

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REVIVER is a unique medical rehabilitation device designed to exercise, tone and condition the entire body in order to 

prevent, reduce or slow the progress of disability and disease.  

REVIVER's unique relaxed style of exercise therapy has application for treating a wide range of neurological disorders including Parkinson's disease, Multiple Sclerosis, Cerebral Palsy, Autism and Stroke.

The unique motion device is designed to efficiently activate the natural strength and healing reactions that occur in the body when tilted against gravity, and moved in slow, radial wavelike motions  to stimulate reflexive muscle reactions  and beneficial gravitational epigenetic responses in different organs and tissues.

Over the past three years at Isodynamics REVIVER Clinic in Sydney Australia, exceptional outcomes have been reported by clients with a wide range of neurodegenerative impairments, in helping the following:

  • Return of mental and physical faculties

  • Increased strength, balance and mobility 

  • Relief of pain and disability

  • Improved quality of life and wellbeing 

Some of these benefits have been observed in the 22,000 patient therapy sessions, at Isodynamics REVIVER Rehabilitation Clinic. Beneficial results are often well beyond those achieved by existing exercise therapies. 

These results have warranted a first REVIVER clinical trial for patients with Parkinson's disease and Atypical Parkinson's at Australia's Monash University and Alfred Hospital, funded by the Federal Government and CSIRO (Commonwealth Scientific and Industrial Research Organisation).

The Story

Australian inventor Mr Geoffrey Redmond first noticed that his mother at the age of 86, was having great difficulty with her short-term memory and being able to walk without pain. He considered exercise as the obvious solution.

The problem being: “How do you exercise a person that cannot move without pain?” 

Solution: “Have a machine to do the moving for them. 

Allowing people of all ages and disabilities, to receive the full medicinal benefits of exercise.”

Since first using her REVIVER and now at the age of 91,

Mrs Redmond maintains her 3 to 4-minute daily exercise routine on the device. She continues to improve her memory and ability to walk distance without pain, while maintaining her happy disposition.

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Mrs Redmond at 91 years of age 2021

 

REVIVER is a unique device in its potential to promote recoveries in patients, that are often well beyond those previously achieved with other exercise devices and therapies.

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ISODYNAMICS REVIVER

Neuromuscular Rehabilitation Clinic

Sydney Australia

The REVIVER is a device that reduces the amount of effort required to exercise,
by using the body's balancing system and gravity to stimulate the nervous system and activate abilities that may have become dormant.

 

The REVIVER is designed to achieve this for a wide range of people across all ages, abilities and disabilities with a minimum amount of time and effort in a safe user-friendly manner whilst delivering beneficial results.

 

This newly discovered treatment option has been realized through use of the REVIVER's slow, radial wave-like motions and gravity, acting on the body's reflex balancing system. 

 

REVIVER devices are a unique treatment option for clients that need the benefits of exercise to improve strength, balance and mobility, even if the patient is only capable of laying, sitting or standing, due to pain or disability.

 

These devices enable the benefits of exercise to occur without the normal stress or impact associated with traditional exercise therapies.


REVIVER delivers exercise benefits well beyond current methods of exercise therapy.  

At present, REVIVER therapy is only available at the Isodynamics Neuromuscular Rehabilitation Clinic in Sydney Australia. Our clinic caters for a wide range of neuromuscular patients including those with Parkinson's disease.  

 

Bookings for consultation and therapy sessions are billed in half-hour increments at industry rates.
The unique REVIVER therapy sessions are supervised and conducted by university-qualified Physiotherapists and Exercise Physiologists (EP's), experienced in catering for individual patient needs.


All our EPs are accredited members of Exercise & Sports Science Australia (ESSA).

Contact the REVIVER Clinic today on +612 9524 2188 to find out more and book your unique REVIVER consultation and therapy experience.  

Health Funds

 

Fee assistance can be obtained from a range of Private Health Insurance providers depending on your specific cover and policy. Isodynamics Corporation Pty Ltd is also a registered NDIS (National Disability Insurance Scheme) provider for Allied Health Services who employ ​fully-qualified ESSA-certified Exercise Physiologists. Medicare and the Department of Veteran's Affairs also provide a level of fee assistance.

 

Call us on (02) 9524 2188 for more information.

After using the REVIVER device, some patients with differing physical and neurological impairments,
are experiencing regaining their ability to:

 

·Walk ·Talk ·Balance 
·Smell ·Smile ·Swim 

·Clap hands ·Write

·Walk Backwards 

 

As well as experiencing reduced anxiety and pain throughout their body, often at times within minutes of using the REVIVER device*.

 

Scientific research and clinical trials to better understand and validate these remarkable results from the Isodynamics REVIVER clinic in Sydney are already underway.

REVIVER: Scientific Principles and Future Research 

Stimulation of Reflexes to Promote Recovery 

 

The REVIVER effectively tilts the body “off-axis” to gravity in slow, passive and radial wavelike motions through 360 degrees.

The unique REVIVER motions rapidly activate the self-righting reflex by recruiting balance and sensory reflex signalling pathways within the spinal cord that are important for coordinating reflex-induced tone in the trunk and limb muscles required to maintain balance (1).

Activation of the self-righting reflex by the REVIVER motion stimulates neural signalling pathways that control movement and efficiently promotes a coordinated activation of large and small muscle groups throughout the body, that may have become weak through lack of use due to advanced age, disability or disease.

The REVIVER device technology is unique, as to our knowledge there are currently no published research studies of inducing reflexive muscular contractions in response to “off axis” gravity stimulation to treat patients with neurological disorders.

The Role of Neuroplasticity in Supporting Recovery 

 

The ability to efficiently increase blood flow, tone and coordinated activity of multiple muscle groups throughout the body is undoubtedly playing a significant role in the recovery of strength, balance and mobility reported by patients treated at the Isodynamics Sydney pilot clinic. 

However, the ability of REVIVER treatment to also activate dormant neural signalling pathways or promote the formation of new beneficial neural circuits in the brain and spinal cord (2),(3), a process known as “neuroplasticity”, may also contribute to the recovery of both physical and mental faculties reported by patients.

Through robustly stimulating coordinated activation of the vestibular “balance” system and multiple muscle groups throughout the body, REVIVER treatment has the potential to stimulate the nervous system by a process called “neuromodulation” that is known to drive neuroplasticity (4),(5).


Promoting beneficial neuroplasticity is widely accepted as a promising therapeutic approach for neurological disorders such as Parkinson’s disease (6), stroke (7), cerebral palsy (8),(9), and brain (4) and spinal cord injury (10) and is therefore likely again contributing to the recovery reported by patients with these disorders after REVIVER treatment at the Sydney clinic. 

REVIVER, Gravity and Epigenetics

 

Epigenetics can be defined as changes in cells and organs of the body caused by environmental stimuli that can modify gene expression without directly altering the genetic code itself (11),(12).

Gravity has been shown to promote epigenetic adaptions in cells and organs of plants and animals (13). Scientific studies of the effects of long-term space travel have in large part driven research into the effects of gravity on the nervous system (14) and other tissues of the body (15). Notably, changes in gravity can alter growth of axons (nerve fibres) (16), a key element of neuroplasticity.

At Isodynamics we consider the REVIVER to be a device for generating beneficial “epigenetic” effects of gravity in humans.

Future laboratory and clinic-based research will determine the epigenetic cellular adaptions to the radial motion “off axis” gravity stimuli provided by the REVIVER motion on the nervous system and other organs of the body.

References:

1. Allum, J.H., F. Honegger, and H. Acuna, Differential control of leg and trunk muscle activity by vestibulo-spinal and proprioceptive signals during human balance corrections. Acta Otolaryngol, 1995. 115(2): p. 124-9.

2. Brown, A.R. and M. Martinez, From cortex to cord: motor circuit plasticity after spinal cord injury. Neural Regen Res, 2019. 14(12): p. 2054-2062.

3. Xerri, C., Plasticity of cortical maps: multiple triggers for adaptive reorganization following brain damage and spinal cord injury. Neuroscientist, 2012. 18(2): p. 133-48.

4. D'Arcy, R.C.N., et al., Portable neuromodulation induces neuroplasticity to re-activate motor function recovery from brain injury: a high-density MEG case study. J Neuroeng Rehabil, 2020. 17(1): p. 158.

5. Hamilton, R.H., Neuroplasticity in the language system: Reorganization in post-stroke aphasia and in neuromodulation interventions. Restor Neurol Neurosci, 2016. 34(4): p. 467-71.

6. Johansson, H., et al., Exercise-Induced Neuroplasticity in Parkinson's Disease: A Metasynthesis of the Literature. Neural Plast, 2020. 2020: p. 8961493.

7. Xing, Y. and Y. Bai, A Review of Exercise-Induced Neuroplasticity in Ischemic Stroke: Pathology and Mechanisms. Mol Neurobiol, 2020. 57(10): p. 4218-4231.

8. Reid, L.B., et al., Measuring neuroplasticity associated with cerebral palsy rehabilitation: An MRI based power analysis. Int J Dev Neurosci, 2017. 58: p. 17-25.

9. Reid, L.B., S.E. Rose, and R.N. Boyd, Rehabilitation and neuroplasticity in children with unilateral cerebral palsy. Nat Rev Neurol, 2015. 11(7): p. 390-400.

10. Loy, K. and F.M. Bareyre, Rehabilitation following spinal cord injury: how animal models can help our understanding of exercise-induced neuroplasticity. Neural Regen Res, 2019. 14(3): p. 405-412.

11. Berger, S.L., et al., An operational definition of epigenetics. Genes Dev, 2009. 23(7): p. 781-3.

12. Cavalli, G. and E. Heard, Advances in epigenetics link genetics to the environment and disease. Nature, 2019. 571(7766): p. 489-499.

13. Takahashi, K., et al., Gravity sensing in plant and animal cells. NPJ Microgravity, 2021. 7(1): p. 2.

14. Buoite Stella, A., et al., Neurophysiological adaptations to spaceflight and simulated microgravity. Clin Neurophysiol, 2021. 132(2): p. 498-504.

15. Shiba, N., et al., Electrically Stimulated Antagonist Muscle Contraction Increased Muscle Mass and Bone Mineral Density of One Astronaut - Initial Verification on the International Space Station. PLoS One, 2015. 10(8): p. e0134736.

16. Kohn, F.P.M. and R. Ritzmann, Gravity and neuronal adaptation, in vitro and in vivo-from neuronal cells up to neuromuscular responses: a first model. Eur Biophys J, 2018. 47(2): p. 97-107.

Geoffrey's Testimonial

At 60, I was overweight with a number of health issues such as gout and joint pain, which limited my ability to be active and exercise. I use the manual ADAM REVIVER at home, once or twice a week for around 6 mins at a time.​


Now at the age of 63, I am doing a lot of the things that I used to do at a much younger age, such as boxing and sprinting. REVIVER is proving that balance is a fundamental foundation of exercise and its use provides benefits that go well beyond current methods of exercise, in activating areas of the body that may have become dormant.

"I believe the benefit of REVIVER is its ability to naturally produce strength and healing signals that consistently and uniformly radiate throughout the body - producing remarkable results for health and wellbeing." 

Geoffrey Redmond

Client using Isodynamics REVIVER

Our Mission

Our mission is to give people relief from pain and disability, by providing the miraculous benefits of exercise in its simplest and most user-friendly form.


One of the world's great philanthropists has organised for the REVIVER to be prepared for mass production, through global manufacturing and supply companies Asteelflash and Future Electronics, allowing REVIVER to be affordable and accessible throughout the world.

 

First REVIVER production models for home and commercial use may be available for sale by 2022. This supports our overall objective to have REVIVER in every home as a preventative measure against disease.

Pre-Order and Distribution enquiries can be made by emailing Isodynamics REVIVER Corporation Pty Ltd.

geoffrey@isodynamics.com.au 
enquiries@isodynamics.com.au

RELAX while REVIVER
naturally exercises, tones and conditions your entire body, 
using its unique and effective user friendly motion.