- If you’re looking for a better way to recover from intense training or competitive events, Compression Therapy may be the answer you’ve been looking for. Compression therapy coupled with cryotherapy could significantly speed up your recovery time.
- Cryo Wellness Spa utilizes NormaTec Compression Therapy to assist athletes with recovery and rehabilitation following intensive workouts. This sleeve-like massage therapy method helps rid muscles of lactic acid and lymphatic fluids, clearing the way for enhanced recovery and shorter downtime between workouts. While this method is most popular among athletes, it can also be beneficial for anyone dealing with poor circulation or working on their feet all day. Whether you’re recovering from a marathon or interested in improving circulation following a day on your feet, Cryo Wellness Spa is here to help.
WHAT IS COMPRESSION THERAPY?
Compression Therapy is a cutting-edge recovery system that helps athletes recover and rehabilitate between training sessions or following competitive events. The therapy consists of a compression device that surrounds your arms, legs, or hips. These units utilize compressed air to massage your limbs, leading to mobilized fluid and faster recovery and recuperation following intense exertion. Instead of simply squeezing the limb using static compression, this technology utilizes pulsing, similar to what you would experience in a manual massage. The pulsing alternates between different zones while other areas hold, improving the movement of fluid out of the limbs.
Using NormaTec system, the completely digital system allows for customized, straightforward control of your recovery compression therapy experience. The design of the system molds to your exact body shape when you first turn it on during a pre-inflate cycle. That allows it to provide a snug, custom compression therapy massage just for you.
BENEFITS OF COMPRESSION THERAPY
Compression therapy is an extremely effective recovery method following intense workouts, helping reduce soreness and enhance flexibility and range of motion. It works by improving the movement of lymphatic fluids out of your muscles, sending blood flow back into the area to remove waste products and reduce inflammation. While many athletes have long used compression shorts or compression socks for a similar effect, NormaTec compression provides an enhanced therapy experience. Some of the benefits include:
- Flushing of lymphatic fluids and lactic acids, helping remove toxins from your muscles
- Reduced inflammation
- Improved circulation
- Reduced water accumulation
- Accelerated recovery and rehabilitation
These benefits make NormaTec the go-to compression therapy method following endurance workouts like marathons or recovering between training sessions.
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Each session is 10 to 30 minutes long, depending on what the client wants.
NormaTec Compression Therapy is most well-known among athletes for its superior rehabilitation capacity leading to a fast recovery and improved performance. But that doesn’t mean it’s only for athletes. Anyone who deals with poor circulation or who is standing on their feet all day at work can benefit from NormaTec Compression Therapy. Construction workers, nurses, and doctors who are on their feet most of the day often have poor circulation and can deal with chronic pain as a result. People with diabetes, varicose veins, and other poor
Cryo Wellness Spa offers three different compression therapy attachments: Hip, legs, and arms. The hip attachment treats the gluteal area, lower back and hip flexors; the leg attachments treat both legs from bottoms of the feet to tops of hamstrings/quads; and the arm attachments treat both arms from shoulders to hands. A single treatment is comprised of each attachment, except the arms which can only be done one at a time.
For safety reasons, only one area can be treated at a time.
All clothing must be dry. Additionally, it is best to wear fitted material, as opposed to baggy fabrics that may bunch up beneath the attachment.
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