Lymphatic drainage is a well-established and clinically-proven therapeutic method that delivers immediate and visible results. Pressotherapy is a non-invasive treatment using a controlled compression system, which operates using inflating pumps. It is a detoxifying treatment, which through effective lymphatic drainage, helps to promote the body’s natural toxin clearing functions. The revitalization and oxygenation of the tissue helps to slim and redefine the legs, stomach and arms while improving skin tone.
Results and benefits
- To improve circulation
- To reduce bloating and swelling.
- To improve skin tone and firmness.
- To shape the legs and reduce cellulite.
- As a treatment after surgery.
- For post-traumatic oedema of the extremities.
- For the elimination of toxins and waste.
- To help increase the immunity.
- To help in reducing stress.
Your therapist will give you a pair of disposable pants to wear underneath the suit and set up the machine pressure levels. It is a very relaxing treatment, which involves a specially manufactured suit with many different compartments; pressured air is released into the suit to create a feeling similar to a manual massage. This type of lymphatic massage will eventually improve the circulation of body fluids and enhance the natural release of toxins from the body, Pressotherapy can be used weekly
If you are thinking about getting fit and losing weight, this type of treatment may be for you
Pressotherapy can also help with digestive problems; when the treatment is applied to the abdomen it stimulates bowel transit and relieves constipation issues.
Who can benefit from the therapy?
You don’t have to have a health or beauty problem to receive this treatment. You can receive pressotherapy sessions to improve your health and well-being.
However, it can be quite useful for people with cellulite, bloating, varicose veins, circulatory or intestinal issues, obesity, tired legs, rheumatism or menopause. It is also suitable for all ages.
Does pressotherapy have any contraindications?
There are practically no contraindications, but there are cases for which the treatment is not recommended. You should not receive pressotherapy if you suffer from deep vein thrombosis, infections in the areas to be treated, body pain or numbness, if you are a cancer patient or have a pacemaker, if you have heart disease or if you are pregnant. But the treatment would be very useful after giving birth and during postpartum recovery.
Practicing sports is not recommended before or after receiving the therapy.
How soon are results seen?
You’ll need to do more than one session to see the results of pressotherapy. But after the first session you will feel a clear improvement to your physical fitness, especially in terms of the elasticity and flexibility .