Pressure therapy (lymphatic drainage) is a method based on the rhythmic stimulation of muscles in a certain sequence in order to stimulate the natural drainage of lymph and reduce the content of fluid and toxins in body tissues.
This method is effective in a treatment of cellulitis, fatty degeneration, edema and other disease connected with blood and lymph circulationdisorders, and is also a good prevention of varicose vein disease of the lower limbs.
Pressure therapy effects:
- excretes excess fluids and harmful materials from body
- restores fluid balance (because of that appears normalization of lymph and intercellular fluid circulation)
- improves venous circulation
- activates metabolic processes in skin cells and fat cells (stimulates cells’ receptors responsible for the lipolytic digestion).
On average, one procedure carried out with a pressure therapy apparatus replaces 20-30 sessions of manual massage.
The patient wears special pants equipped with pneumonic cell (with working mode of pressure band for measuring pressure). The cameras in a certain order are blown away or filled with air. The massage carried out by this method allows you to get rid of edema, significantly reduce body volume. The apparatus operation for pressure therapy imitates muscle contractions. The procedure does not cause discomfort and takes about 40 minutes.
The most effective result can be got by using anti-cellulite products (creams) during the procedure. Before the procedure, experts recommend drinking 2 glasses of water.
After the first session, the volume of the hips may decrease by one and a half to two centimeters, due to excrete of excess fluid from tissues. The course usually consists of 8-12 procedures. During the procedure, pleasant warmth is felt throughout the body, the mood improves, and the effect of deep relaxation is achieved. After the procedure, the person feels rested and full of energy, and the skin glows with health, striking with its elasticity. Do not lose the opportunity to be attractive and healthy.
Contraindications for pressure therapy:
- Slight wounds, scratchs, pustulations, eczema and other skin failures.
- Not healing fractures, sprain.
- pregnancy, lactation period.
- thrombosis and thrombophlebitis, as well as higher risk of developing these diseases.
- renal disorder.
- If there is a cardiostimulator or any other electronic device.
- Exacerbation of chronic virulent disease
- After peritonitis.
- Healing period after surgical interference.
- Uterine fibroids