Pressotherapy

What is Pressotherapy?

Pressotherapy is a gentle, painless, non-invasive detoxifying and recovery treatment. This is a revolutionary process that promotes the body’s natural functions and a technique with a physiotherapy origin. It is widely used in vascular treatment for the drainage of the lower limbs, an excellent means of treatment for oedematous cellulite in the legs. Pressotherapy is used to unblock and enhance the flow of the lymphatic system; the network of organs and vessels that circulate body fluids throughout our body and plays a huge part in our immune system. The flow of lymph fluid can get congested as proteins and toxins become trapped around the lymph nodes and causes sluggish and slow lymphatic flow.

A computer controlled compression system inflates individual sections of a special multi-chambered garment, forcing toxins and fatty deposits into the circulatory system. This enhances extra-cellular fluid clearance, increasing venous flow (blood flow to the heart). The toxins are then naturally flushed by the body through the lymphatic system. It is a great alternative to liposuction and can duplicate the action of a deep body massage (without feeling of pain or discomfort).  Pressotherapy can be up to 400 times stronger than a manual massage, which can make it the perfect treatment to help cellulite and inch loss and enhance the results of fat reduction treatments.

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What does Pressotherapy help with?

Studies have shown benefits for people with:

- Cardiovascular disease
- Diabetes
- High blood pressure
- Congestive heart failure
- Rheumatoid arthritis
- Chronic fatigue
- Poor digestion
- Poor Immunity
- Depression and mood disturbance
- Chronic muscle and joint pains

Does Pressotherapy Treatment has side effects or contraindications?

This is a block of Pressotherapy treatment has no side effect. So far, the pressotherapy treatment is very safe to all ages.

However, pressotherapy is not for those with severe diabetes, heart diseases, hemorrhage, acalcerosis, pregnancy, fever, uncontrolled hypertension, acute/chronic bronchitis, emphysema, liver cirrhosis, nephritides, dermatosis, uncontrolled asthma, chronic appendicitis, chronic cholecystitis, severe ascites.
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