Rebounder Therapy — Dr. Rawls’ Ratings
Efficacy: 3 stars
Safety: 4 stars
Cost: 1 out of 5 dollar signs
Ways to Administer: jumping on a mini-trampoline, ideally with support bars.
Bottom Line: Rebounding is an excellent way to clear out the lymphatic system, and people often feel better after a session.


A rebounder is a small personal trampoline. Rebounding stimulates an integral part of your immune system called the lymphatic system, a vast drainage network of organs, vessels, and other structures throughout the body. Although it’s not a treatment for Lyme disease, rebounding is a reasonable-priced, supportive therapy that helps many people feel better.


Bouncing for 10-30 minutes per session gets your blood flowing, strengthens the autonomic nervous system, and increases lymphatic flow to support your body’s natural detoxification processes.


If engaging in exercise is a challenge, a rebounder provides a safe and low-impact way to get some exercise without the energy expenditure and physical demands required by more strenuous activities. Consider one with a support bar for extra safety precautions.


Most mini-trampolines can be purchased for $100 or less.

Dr. Bill Rawls Treatment Guide

Dr. Bill Rawls’ Treatment Guide

Want to see more Lyme disease treatment ratings? See What Dr. Rawls has to say about popular treatments and therapies in his Lyme Disease Treatment Guide.

Dr. Rawls is a physician who overcame Lyme disease through natural herbal therapy. You can learn more about Lyme disease in Dr. Rawls’ new best selling book, Unlocking Lyme.
You can also learn about Dr. Rawls’ personal journey in overcoming Lyme disease and fibromyalgia in his popular blog post, My Chronic Lyme Journey.