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
In connection with the event at norama Spa og Huspleje in Nykøbing Falster, we are looking for 5 test persons from the local area, who will receive 10 Intelligent Pressure Therapy sessions free of charge. Application deadline: May 16, 2016 by email:...
Don't miss this chance to join an exclusive Intelligent Pressure Therapy event at norama Spa og Hudpleje in Nykøbing Falster on Thursday May 18, 2017, at 6-8 PM. Join our presentation of the technology behind the amazing Intelligent Pressure Therapy machine, which is...
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