Body vibration therapy helps treat spinal cord injuries

<P>By Cecilia Oleck, October 6, 2006 (Detroit Free Press)- Dayna Schultz looks as if there is an earthquake going on under her feet.</P> <P>She stands ramrod-straight, teeth clenched, gripping a gray walker for support as her body shakes like a jackhammer, the walker every so often slipping off the side of the large metal plate she is on.</P> <P>Yet for all the motion, Schultz, 19, of Morris, Minn., is calm. The vibrations she experiences aren’t the result of seismic shifting. They’re part of a therapy called whole body vibration…<BR></P>