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Authorized Distributor of the Deep Muscle Stimulator (DMS)

Authorized Distributor of the DMS

The DMS is an FDA-approved medical device. It is a vibrational massage tool that delivers kinetic forms of percussive and concussive vibration to the tissue to which it is applied. It does not deliver an electrical stimulation, but rather a deep vibration that, in our skilled hands, quickly and comfortably dissolves stubborn myofascial trigger points; increases circulation; and induces thixotropy (the transformation of fascial tissue from a solid to a gel state), thereby facilitating myofascial restructuring.

The DMS differs from the vibrational devices that other practitioners may use in a number of ways. As mentioned previously, The DMS is an FDA-approved medical device. This means that the DMS has been subject to clinical trials, has been proven effective in those trials, and has obtained FDA approval. The DMS also differs from consumer versions of vibrational massage devices in that it delivers kinetic forms of percussive and concussive vibration at an unparalleled rate of 2,200 rpm (revolutions per minute). The DMS was also designed by a doctor, not an engineer. Dr. Jake Pivaroff, D.C., created the DMS for use with his own patients. Therefore, the DMS has been designed and fine-tuned to provide the ultimate clinical effectiveness in settings including physical therapy offices, chiropractic clinics, hospital rehabilitation centers, sports trainers’ facilities, and clinical massage therapists’ clinics. No other device on the market matches the effectiveness of the DMS.
Muscle pain can stem from various conditions, including, but not limited to: strain, lactic acid build up, and scar tissue. The DMS uses kinetic forms of percussive and concussive mechanical vibrations that reach deep into the muscle tissue to stimulate proprioceptive functions.

The unmatched rate of vibration that the DMS provides delivers the following benefits to clients: increased circulation; reduced pain; faster post-injury rehabilitation; increased lymphatic flow; the resolution of muscular scar tissue; reduced lactic acid build up; tissue regeneration; and soft & active tissue release.

The DMS also allows you to concentrate its vibration on general or local muscle spasms. It increases muscle metabolism and increases the lactic acid cycle, which in turn relieves pain. The DMS can be used in the effective management of acute and chronic pain, including, but not exclusive to: headaches, sciatica, TMJ, carpal tunnel syndrome, tendonitis, bursitis, edema, myofascial pain, and frozen joints.

The Deep Muscle Stimulator is known to increase the circulation of blood and the flow of lymph. The direct mechanical effect of rhythmical pressure and movement employed by the DMS can dramatically increase the rate of blood flow. Furthermore, the stimulation of nerve receptors causes the blood vessels to dilate, which also facilitates blood flow.
Use of the DMS can also be helpful in facilitating recovery from soft tissue injuries such as sprains and strains. This is possible because the growth and repair of tissue are accelerated by the efficient circulation that the DMS delivers to the injured areas.

The incorporation of the DMS into your massage session can help loosen contracted, shortened muscles and can stimulate weak, flaccid muscles. This muscle "balancing" can help improve dysfunctional posture and promote more efficient movement. The DMS also provides a gentle stretching action to both the muscles and connective tissues that surround and support the muscles and many other structures, which helps keep these tissues elastic.

Please feel free to contact us at (512) 809-6708 with any additional questions that you may have regarding the DMS (Deep Muscle Stimulator).

To place an order for a DMS (Deep Muscle Stimulator) unit,
please call 512-809-6708 today.


  • High-quality stainless steel and titanium
  • Portable; use wherever electricity is available
  • Includes DVD manual
  • Price:  Call for price