Pressure therapy

Technology grants us a natural remedy for swollen, tired legs and circulation problems

Interventions and Treatments:

What it is

Pressure therapy is carried out by a special unit that massages the parts of the body to which it's applied (usually the legs, but it can also be applied to the abdomen) in a "sequential" way, i.e. compressing in succession. The machine is equipped with special cushions (applicators) of air that, especially in the lower limbs but also the abdomen, may improve or even restore functionality to venous and lymphatic circulation and microcirculation, thus combating diseases and imperfections related to circulatory problems.


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