Pressotherapy is an exclusive detoxifying treatment, which through effective lymphatic drainage, helps to promote the body's natural toxin clearing functions. The lymphatic system is responsible for helping fluid and waste leave the body and for regulating the immune system. When the lymphatic system becomes blocked, fluid builds up and stagnates, causing the entire system to become toxic, making us feel sluggish and more susceptible to viral or contagious diseases.

By stimulating this system through massage, it works more efficiently, which in turn boosts the immune system, clears blockages, eliminates toxins, transports nutrients to cells and increases the metabolism.

Pressotherapy is a painless, non-invasive detoxifying treatment. This is a revolutionary process that promotes the body’s natural functions and is a technique with a physiotherapeutic origin, widely used in vascular treatment for the drainage of the lower limbs. It is an excellent means of treatment for oedematose cellulite in the lower limbs.

The deep skin pressure and stimulation may help to promote proper blood flow. If blood flows properly throughout the body, it is thought to possibly prevent swelling of internal body tissues by ensuring they are exposed to as much oxygen as possible. Receiving enough oxygen may help restore any damaged tissues and make the skin feel tighter and prevent loose or floppy skin.

In addition to being used for cosmetic purposes to smooth the texture of the skin, pressotherapy may also be implemented as an option for certain medical conditions. People who have medical conditions that cause poor blood circulation, such as hypertension or diabetes, may have the therapy performed to attempt to promote better blood flow. Proper blood flow can help relieve numbness or pain in the limbs and prevent skin discoloration from lack of blood flow.

The procedure

Pressotherapy treatment is applied by means of special cuffs for legs, arms, waist and thighs. 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.

Normally, one pressotherapy session lasts about 30 minutes (45 minutes maximum). It is recommended to undertake such sessions 3-4 times a week for several weeks. But to get individual therapy plan and to know special features in your particular case, we strongly recommend to consult a doctor.

The result

Pressotherapy aids local circulation, decrease swelling, muscle tension, stress, pain, dilates vessels, aids in venous return, increasees perfusion or the flow of blood in the tissues, provides a physiological replacement for the plantar pump, the muscle pump and the elastic activity of the vein wall. Compression from the outside also allows more excessive interstitial fluid to return to the circulatory system.The revitalization and oxygenation of the tissue helps to slim and redefine the legs, stomach and arms while enhancing skin tone. Pressotherapy is also useful for the treatment of cellulitis and is a non-invasive alternative to liposuction.

Circulatory System: Pressure massage can improve the circulation of blood throughout the body increasing oxygen. Helps remove metabolic waste and can be beneficial in decreasing blood pressure.
Lymphatic System: Pressotherapy can help increase lymph circulation, aids in the elimination of metabolic wastes, stimulates the immune system, and enhance Endermologie treatment of lymphatic drainage.
Muscular System: Massage stimulates and tones muscles and joints, and strengthens connective tissues. Aids in relaxation, relieves fatigue and provides relief from muscle spasms. The massage stimulates motor nerve points, alleviates stress and tension, and promotes a feeling a well being.
Skin Toning: Massage increases the supply of blood to the skin nourishing tissues and thus facilitating cell regeneration.

In case you suffer from any medical condition, please consult a doctor before use.

Pressotherapy contraindications

    High blood pressure (hipertensia)
    Hemorrhage (internal or extenal)
    Menstruation and pregnancy (starting fromс 4th month and in cases of termination risk)
    Acute feverish states, higher body temperature
    Renal or liver failure
    Varicose veins on last stages
    Acute inflammatory process
    Acute and recent thrombosis, trombophlebitis, deep venous thrombosis
    Cardiovascular collapse (IIb – III class), cardiac edemas
    Vascular, aortic, cardial aneurysm
    Condition after acute myocardial infarction or stroke
    Fractures, dislocations near the area of usage
    Pulmonary edema
    Micro- and macroangiopathy in pancreatic diabetes
    Paresthesia or skin injuries, suppurations
    Malignant tumors; benugn tumors prone to growth
    Electronic medical implants
    Undesireability of venuous or limphatic outflow increase

We strongly recommend you to consult a doctor to clarify if you have any of contraindications and in case you doubt the possibility of system usage.