The Intermittent Vacuum Therapy (IVT) provides an effective treatment and relief of various symptoms related to peripheral artery disease (PAD).
Studies show a significant improvement in blood circulation, which enhances blood flow – especially to the lower extremities of the body (arms, hands, legs and feet). With intermittent vacuum therapy, the microcirculation seems to be stimulated and the return blood flow is likely to be strengthened. Intermittent vacuum therapy enhances the quality of life for patients suffering from PAD.
What if injuries, muscle aches and fatigue was not a problem?
Intelligent Pressure Therapy strengthens the blood circulation, improve the wellbeing and helps faster recovery.
- Higher energy (experience) after training
- Less fatigue after training
- Better muscle feel after training
- Preserves performance after high-intensity training
- Improves neuromuscular recovery
- Helps faster recovery
- Faster regeneration after high-intensity training
- Lowers/normalizes lactate levels faster
”Before I tried Intelligent Pressure Therapy, I experienced leg cramps and restless legs day and night, which ruined my sleep. After only four treatments, the cramps started to disappear, and I can finally get a good night’s sleep again.”...
”After just two Intelligent Pressure Therapy sessions, the mobility of my leg had improved. Before, I couldn’t even bend it due to a thigh contusion, but now I can bend it more than 90 degrees. I feel an ongoing improvement, and I recover faster after every...
”I experienced severe pains in my legs and feet; it felt like my feet were on fire. I used to take strong pain killers, but I still slept very poorly at night. After receiving Intelligent Pressure Therapy, I’m able to sleep through the night and go to work again. My...
* Sources: J., Himmelstrup, H., Himmelstrup, B., Winther, K., & Trap-Jensen, J. (1993). Beneficial effects of intermittent suction and pressure treatment in intermittent claudication. Angiology – The Journal of Vascular Diseases, 16-20. Rithalia, S., Gonsalkorale, M., & Edwards, J. (1989). Effects of vacuum compression therapy on blood flow in lower limbs. International Journal of Rehabilitation Research, 320-323. Sundby, O., Hoiseth, L., Mathiesen, I., Jorgensen, J., Sundhagen, J., & Hisdal, J. (2016). The effects of intermittent negative pressure on the lower extremities’ peripheral circulation and wound healing in four patients with lower limb ischemia and hard-to-heal leg ulcers: a case report. Physiological Reports, 1-7.