Intelligent Pressure Therapy – Fit
Effectively boosts your blood circulation in combination with exercise.
Promotes your physical capabilities and your body’s own healing processes.
Intelligent Pressure Therapy – Fit is an effective way to boost your blood circulation in combination with regular exercise. Intelligent Pressure Therapy – Fit promotes your physical capability and helps the body to discharge waste products faster through improved perfusion. Intelligent Pressure Therapy – Fit helps tighten connective tissue, which reduces the formation of cellulite. Combining Intelligent Pressure Therapy – Fit treatments with weight-lifting helps the body to restitute faster, giving you the opportunity to exercise more frequently. Studies show a markedly improvement of blood circulation, particularly to body extremitites, which helps the body to restitute faster after hard physical exercise.
Intelligent Pressure Therapy – Fit is primarily targeted at people who wish to strengthen their blood circulation in relation to doing sports/physical exercise. In addition, the therapy is targeted at customers who wish to tighten their connective tissue to achieve a healthier and smoother-looking skin.
The technique behind Intelligent Pressure Therapy – Fit involves exposing the body’s lower extremities to alternating low pressure (vacuum) and normal atmospheric pressure in sequences. This technique expands the blood vessels, which in turn increases the blood flow to the body’s extremities. The treatment is relaxing, risk-free and has no negative side-effects.
- Spasticity – stiff muscles
- Varicose veins and broken capillaries
- Cold/tired feet/legs
- Regeneration of muscle fibres
- Diseases and conditions related to the venous system
- Intermittent claudication – walking pains
- Chronic wounds
- Swelling and oedema
- Pain relief
- Restless legs
- Involuntary urination
- Diabetes complications
- Shin splints
- Reduced walking function
- Reduced energy levels
- Increased muscular tone
- Stronger connective tissue
Research and and positive experiences, for example within aviation medicine and vascular medicine, conclude that Intermittent Vacuum Therapy is a safe method of treatment.
IVT cannot be used under these circumstances:
- The first 12 weeks after a coronary
- Infectious skin diseases/wounds
- The first 12 hours after finalized dialysis treatment
- Aorta aneurysm – a bulge on the main coronary artery
- Ongoing chemotherapy
- Acute fractures and acute inguinal hernia