Dr. Christoph Michlmayr
For an orthopedist, topics such as fatigue and the resulting poor movement quality are important. Fatigue plays a significant role in both acute and chronic injuries of the musculoskeletal system. Furthermore, there is increasing evidence that there are receptors in cells, fascia, and connective tissues that respond to electrical stimuli. While it is not yet completely clear how to optimally influence these factors, the approaches pursued by the Powerinsole are understandable and comprehensible.
As an enthusiastic amateur athlete (tennis player), I now use the Powerinsole in all of my athletic shoes. To what extent my performance improvement in recent months is due to this is difficult to determine. The fact is that I have noticed a significant improvement in my favorite sport, tennis, for some time now (an almost 20% improvement in ITN).
About Dr. Christoph Michlmayr
Former instructor for the Austrian Society of Manual Medicine,
Lecturer at the Medical Academy of the Medical Chamber for Upper Austria
Speaker at the Medical Days in Grado
Speaker on the topic of shockwave therapy
Involvement in Sports
Supervisor at 2 Olympic Games (2006 Turin, 2010 Vancouver)
Supervisor at several World Championships
Active championship tennis player
Motto: I can't perform miracles, but I'll do my best.
Reimbursement practice since January 1, 2001
Training at the Orthopedic Hospital Vienna Speising
Diploma in Manual Medicine
Continuing education diploma from the Austrian Medical Chamber
Training in extracorporeal shock wave therapy
(Certificate from ARTRAD, Society for Radial Pain Therapy)
Training in sling training (Slingtraining Austria, AMS Germany)
Training in Matrix Rhythm Therapy
Former board member and instructor at the Austrian Society of Manual Medicine e.V.
(President Univ.Prof.Dr. Hans Tilscher)
Former board member of SOS Körper