We are proud to offer the next generation of recovery, lymphatic drainage, and pain management.
Introducing Normatec Compression Therapy, the ultimate recovery solution to keep you active and out of pain. The patented compression technology mimics the body's natural muscle pumping action to enhance circulation, increase oxygen delivery, remove metabolic waste, speed up recovery time, and reduce muscle soreness, fatigue, and pain.
Be Your Best
Compression Therapy gives you relief faster, optimizes your recovery, and encourages a healthy cardiovascular and lymphatic system.
Whether you're a runner, cyclist, weightlifter, or just someone who wants to feel their best, Compression Therapy can help you recover faster and perform at your best. Say goodbye to tired, sore muscles and hello to better performance and a quicker recovery. Experience the difference for yourself!
"Compression Therapy helps to increase the blood flow and decrease my muscular tension in my legs. Since starting twice a week Compression Therapy, I've noticed that it has a huge impact on reducing the chronic pain level in my legs which allows me more mobility in my daily activities. I highly recommend those experiencing any tension or pain in their legs to give compression therapy a few sessions to see if it'll help you too!" - Cameron N
Professional athletes, trainers, and physical therapists have long understood and relied on the power of compression. But now everyday people are beginning to use compression as an integral part of their wellness plans
What Is Compression Therapy Used for?
Compression often relieves pain. When technology compress the muscles, it forces the blood back towards your heart. This makes your muscles feel lighter and also relieves discomfort.
Treating Problematic Veins
When blood pressure increases inside your veins, they become twisted and swollen. This makes it harder for blood to travel back to the heart. These veins are visible under the skin. If the pressure continues to build in your veins, the fluid that builds up can create a venous ulcer. CT, which improves circulation, can help each of these issues.
Improved Athletic Performance
Professional athletes, trainers, and physical therapists have long understood and relied on the power of compression. But now even everyday people are beginning to use compression as an integral part of their regular workouts and recovery.
Sometimes people experience swelling in an arm or leg or in the head and neck after cancer-related surgeries involving one of the lymph nodes. The body cannot drain lymphatic fluid from that part of the body any longer. Compression Therapy is used to help drain the affected area and promote recovery.
Pregnant women and anyone who has a job that requires them to stand for long periods of time, knows how hard it can be to keep your legs healthy and prevent swelling. Compression is a great option for anyone who spends long hours standing on their feet.
By compressing the veins, blood moves faster through your system. Metabolic waste that builds in the tissues are carried away in the veins and back toward the heart. CT helps drain these metabolic wastes more efficiently, which helps speed the recovery process. This is true of both recovering after an intense workout and after surgeries.
Increase Flexibility & ROM
Compression keeps muscles warm, which is a bonus for athletes. When your muscles are warm, they become more flexible and have a wider range of motion.
Scientists have found that patients can dramatically reduce the appearance of visible veins by regularly using compression therapies. Since these veins are caused when pressure builds in the veins, compression reduces the built-up pressure and helps blood flow more smoothly.
Increase Oxygen Levels in Muscles
Medical studies have found that compression increases the amount of oxygen found in muscles. Oxygen is fuel for your muscles, and it also helps heal any soreness after exertion.
Business travelers quickly learn of the aches and pains that come with poor circulation on long flights. Compression can also help in preventing blood clots and deep vein thrombosis which can occur during long flights.
Compression Therapy Health Benefits:
Reduce the Onset and Duration of Chronic Pain
Boost Physical Performance
Increases Lymphatic Drainage
Promotes Cardiac Health
Boost Immune Function
Improved Vascular Activity
Heal Leg Ulcers and Wounds Caused by Blood Pooling
Manage Chronic Venous Insufficiency
Manage Orthostatic Hypotension
Prevent Deep Vein Thrombosis
Less Dizziness and Nausea
Prevention and Treatment of Varicose Veins
Increase Levels of Oxygen in the Muscles
Aids in the Prevention and Reduction of Cellulite
Does external pneumatic compression treatment between bouts of overreaching resistance training sessions exert differential effects on molecular signaling and performance-related variables compared to passive recovery?
Conclusions: Our results indicate that an IPC unit is more effective in decreasing BLa concentrations than passive recovery following a WAnT.
Blood Flow and Healing
Conclusion: Study found a 42% increase in oxygenated hemoglobin and a 138% increase in total hemoglobin for the intervention group in comparison to the control group.
Enhancement of Tibialis Anterior Recovery by Intermittent Sequential Pneumatic Compression of the Legs
Conclusions: Normatec can be a useful tool to help athletes maintain desired muscle function and prevent excessive fatigue following strenuous workouts.
We conclude that PPDC is a promising means of accelerating and enhancing recovery following the normal aggressive training that occurs in Olympic and aspiring Olympic athletes.
Enhanced Range of Motion
Conclusion: PPDC provides a means of rapidly enhancing acute ROM requiring less discomfort and time.