Colorful LCD screen Non walking patients pressotherapy for clients
is a mechanized lymphatic drainage technique that fights water retention by applying intermittent compression on one or more parts of the body. It is a compression technique designed to help improve overall circulation and tone up the circulatory system for faster detoxification and elimination.
Treatment benefits include:
• Immediate relief and comfort for heavy legs, water retention, cellulite, and poor circulation
• Body shaping and profiling
• Weight management
• Pre and post liposuction treatment
• Reduced localized lipolytic edema
• Effective lymphatic drainage
• Relieves leg pain and swelling
• Helps prevent venous stasis
• Helps prevent deep vein thrombosis
• Improves blood flow and oxygenation
• Provides athletic performance enhancement
Function of far infrared and air-pressure massage
1). Fat dissolving. Far infrared works on fat tissue and dissolve fat cells with heat radiation. Regular Inflation, deflation and variational air pressure can accelerate fat burning.
2). Fat elimination. Far infrared energy can speed up blood circulation and promote metabolism.
3). Lymph Drainage. Pressothreapy speed up the blood circulation and metabolism which enable dissolved fat entering into the blood and lymph. Air chamber works more regularly and directively through air pressure, promoting lymphatic system reflux and draining the toxin out of body.
4). Others. Inflammation diminishing, analgesia, promote regeneration of tissue and soften scar.
What is Pressotherapy?
The Pressotherapy is a compression system designed to increase the venous and lymphatic flow and enhance extra-cellular fluid clearance.
How does the Pressotherapy equipment work?
A computer-controlled pump inflates the individual sections of the multi- chambered garments, which are positioned around the limbs. The pump inflates each chamber of the garment individually. Once a chamber has been inflated, its pneumatic circuit closes. This enables the pump to maintain the preset level and avoid the balancing of pressure with the other chambers. When one chamber is inflated, this causes an increase in pressure of the previously inflated chamber, creating an Automatic Double Pressure Gradient.
Who should use Pressotherapy?
Clients who rely on lymphatic drainage to detoxify their body.
Clients that receives regular body or body contouring.
Clients suffering from lymphedema of the lower extremities, post surgical or congenital conditions. Pre, intra and post phases of surgery benefit greatly from the complement of Pressotherapy.
Clients having discomfort, fatigue or fluid retention.
How often should Pressotherapy be used?
For best results, it is recommended that clients receive a series of treatments, ranging from 8-15 treatments, depending on specific individual needs. Weekly treatments are recommended to achieve individual results.