Benefits of Compression Therapy
Compression therapy is the use of compressed air in specialized boots and attachments to massage your arms, hips, or legs. The equipment uses the compressed air to gently massage your limbs and speed recovery by flushing out your lymphatic system and improving blood flow. The compression technology uses hold pressures to keep fluids from being forced in the wrong direction.
Compression therapy is known to decrease muscle pain and inflammation, while increasing blood flow and improving athletic performance.
Compression therapy increases the oxygen in muscles and keeps them warm.
This allows for faster recovery and increased mobility and flexibility.
Compression therapy reduces aching pains by making blood flow back to your heart. This process drains metabolic wastes such as lactic acid, thus speeding recovery.
Compression therapy is known to combat and prevent the affects of poor blood circulation and prevents the appearance of visible veins.