Compression Therapy

NormaTec Compression is a type of dynamic compression therapy used to improve circulation, reduce inflammation and help with recovery.

COMPRESSION THERAPY Benefits

Compression Therapy may help...

Improve flexibility

Improve Flexibility

Improve cardiovascular health

Improve Circulation

Promote lymphatic function

Promote lymphatic

Accelerate recovery

Accelerate Recovery

NormaTec compression therapy is a cutting-edge treatment that utilizes specialized garments to apply therapeutic pressure, mobilize lymphatic fluids, and improve blood flow. By utilizing a dynamic massage pattern that progressively moves fluids from the limbs towards the core of the body, this therapy is able to reduce swelling and inflammation, increase circulation, and speed up recovery times. The system consists of a control unit and inflatable attachments that are designed to fit over the arms, legs, or hips. By applying compressed air to the attachments, they are able to deliver targeted pressure to the affected area. The benefits of this therapy include faster exercise recovery, improved management of chronic injuries, and reduced risk of developing circulatory or lymphatic disorders such as venous thrombosis and deep vein thrombosis.
  • WHAT IS COMPRESSION THERAPY
NormaTec compression therapy is a cutting-edge treatment that utilizes specialized garments to apply therapeutic pressure, mobilize lymphatic fluids, and improve blood flow. By utilizing a dynamic massage pattern that progressively moves fluids from the limbs towards the core of the body, this therapy is able to reduce swelling and inflammation, increase circulation, and speed up recovery times. The system consists of a control unit and inflatable attachments that are designed to fit over the arms, legs, or hips. By applying compressed air to the attachments, they are able to deliver targeted pressure to the affected area. The benefits of this therapy include faster exercise recovery, improved management of chronic injuries, and reduced risk of developing circulatory or lymphatic disorders such as venous thrombosis and deep vein thrombosis.