The phenomenon of stochastic resonance is based on the use of vibrations and noise, which stimulate the musculoskeletal apparatus to improve motor coordination. Pulse changes are aimed at training the interaction of receptors, brain and muscles, resulting in more effective, tailored motion patterns.

Stochastic resonance is an exceptionally effective prophylactic and therapeutic treatment in the case of numerous neurological and orthopedic diseases and injuries, especially in the case of movement disorders.

Stochastic Resonance:

improves motor learning by optimizing the selection of information in the brain and the release of neurotransmitters (e.g. dopamine) and activation of brain areas,
improves walking ability by activating core rhythm generators,
improves the control of reflexes, optimally regulating reflexes,
improves the way nerve cells work and grows, and protects nerve cells,
improves the timing of movements by activating the cerebellum.
In stochastic resonance therapy, the patient upsets quickly, in a variable and unpredictable manner. These stimuli train the neuromuscular system and lead, inter alia, to that the patient is better able to control his movements.