Intelligent Pressure Therapy – Med
Effective treatment and alleviation of various symptoms related to circulatory disorders.
Intelligent Pressure Therapy is an effective treatment and relief method for various symptoms related to circulatory disorders. In addition, Intelligent Pressure Therapy is effective for the prevention of circulatory disorders and for circulatory maintenance. Studies show a pronounced improvement of the blood circulation, which increases the blood flow, particularly to the body extremities. With vacuum therapy, the micro circulation is increased and the return flow is thereby boosted. Intelligent Pressure Therapy increases patients’ quality of life and assist the body’s healing processes.
Intelligent Pressure Therapy is primarily targeted at people with diabetes and circulatory disorders. Possible symptoms of such disorders include allergies, skin irritation, oedema, wounds, muscular pain, weak tissue, varicose veins and neuropathic disorders. Intelligent Pressure Therapy is also effective in cases of acute and chronic injuries as well as for regeneration after surgery.
The technique behind Intelligent Pressure Therapy involves exposing the body’s lower extremities to low pressures in various sequences. Exposing the body alternately to low pressure and normal atmospheric pressure expands the veins, thereby improving blood circulation and increasing the number of capillaries (small veins).
- Reduced blood circulation
- 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
- Wound healing
- Swelling and oedema
- Pain relief
- Restless legs
- Involuntary urination
- Diabetes complications
- Shin splints
- Reduced walking function
- Reduced energy levels
Research 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
“I feel a striking improvement after vacuum therapy…“
”For the last 4 years, I have suffered from calf muscle pains, heel spurs, cold feet and a shooting pain in my feet. After receiving vacuum therapy, I feel a striking improvement. My heel spur doesn’t hurt anymore, and my feet are no longer cold. The shooting pain has disappeared completely, and my calf muscles are not constantly tight.”Eva Olesen