Key Benefits


The benefits of Niagara® Therapy, such as those in electric adjustable beds, have been proven through extensive Medical Research that with regular use may….

  • Increase local area blood flow.
  • Assist in the reduction of musculoskeletal pain.
  • Increase joint mobilisation.
  • Reduce excess oedema (Swelling) whether the cause is vascular or lymphatic.
  • Assist in the treatment of wounds where an improvement in local circulation is a factor.
  • Assist in the treatment of pressure ulcers where an improvement in local circulation is a factor.

Medical Research

Medical research has been conducted into the benefits of Niagara’s Cycloid Vibration Therapy since 1954 in the USA, Europe and Australia.

Some recent studies include;

  • Professor Neil Piller at the Flinders University School of Medicine conducted a large scale clinical trial into the benefits of Niagara Therapy for Lymphoedema.
  • Professor Pierre Lievens at the Brussels University, Belgium conducted a clinical trial into Niagara’s Cycloid Vibration Therapy improving joint mobility.
  • Leduc, Lievens and Dewald conducted a trial using Niagara’s Cycloid Vibration Therapy on wound healing.
  • Williams, Drury and Bierman conducted a trial into the effect of Niagara Therapy on trunk and joint flexibility.

Proud Suppliers to

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Click here to read about how the Australian Institute of Sports (AIS) uses Niagara CVT Devices.

Niagara CVT devices have been used by the Australian Institute of Sports (AIS) since 2006.

Niagara Therapy is a proud supplier to the Fremantle Dockers and Geelong Cats AFL Teams along with the Brisbane BroncosNorth QLD Cowboys and South Sydney Rabbitohs NRL Teams.

These clubs use Niagara CVT devices on players and management throughout their respective seasons and off-seasons.

Niagara is also committed to working with associations and organisations across a variety of health conditions. We are very proud to have become a Commercial Supporter to the Australian Spinal Research Foundation in 2020 and look forward to assisting them in the work they do with Spinal Research.