What is Pressotherapy?
Pressotherapy is a powerful healing treatment way that has been used for over 100 years. It’s a safe, non-invasive treatment that includes pressure on specific areas of the body
This gentle pressure triggers the body’s natural healing process, which helps to break down the underlying causes of pain and illness.
The results can be compelling, and many people have found that it has enabled them to overcome various health challenges, including lymphatic congestion, swelling, cellulite, muscle pain and tension, varicose veins, and even minor injuries.
Pressotherapy can also improve the appearance of the skin and promote overall body detoxification. It is a popular treatment for those looking for a holistic, natural approach to health and well-being. Pressotherapy is performed using a specialized machine, which applies sequential compression to different areas of the body using inflatable sleeves.
The treatment is typically done in a series of sessions, each session having a duration of about 30-60 minutes. Pressotherapy is a gentle and effective way to improve circulation, promote healing, and achieve optimal health and wellness.
Benefits of Pressotherapy
- Improves circulation and lymphatic flow
- It helps reduce swelling and edema
- Can help in the reduction of cellulite
- It can assist in weight loss and body maintaining
- It can help relieve muscle pain and tension
- Can improve skin tone and elasticity
- It can be used as a pre-and post-surgical treatment
- The non-invasive and painless treatment option
How many treatments am I likely to need in Pressotherapy?
Pressotherapy, a non-invasive procedure, enhances circulation and helps lessen edema and swelling. Different therapies may be needed depending on the person’s health and goals. Typically, a series of sessions is recommended for optimal results.
Many people need a minimum of 6 to 8 sessions to see significant improvement. However, some people may require more or less depending on their condition. To estimate the number of treatments required, it is advisable to speak with a certified professional.
What are the effects of Pressotherapy?
- Improves circulation and lymphatic drainage
- Reduces swelling and edema (excess fluid accumulation)
- Relieves muscle pain and tension
- It helps to enhance the appearance of cellulite
- It may support weight loss
- Can improve skin tone and texture
- It can be helpful after surgery.
- It may help to reduce the appearance of varicose veins
- It can be used as part of a detox or wellness routine.
When to avoid Pressotherapy?
- If you have a history of deep vein thrombosis or blood clots (DVT)
- If a pacemaker or other electrical device is implanted in your body
- If your blood pressure remains high and if you have a serious heart disease
- If you have an infection or fever
- If you have open wounds or skin infections in the area to be treated
- If you have varicose veins but a doctor hasn’t identified them or treated them,
- if you are feeding your baby or pregnant
- If you are allergic to the materials used in the pressotherapy device
- If you have recently had surgery in the area to be treated.
There are many ways to relieve your pain, but one thing you should never do when dealing with pain is taking painkillers. They can cause serious side effects that can even lead to death.
However, one alternative has been shown to provide relief for people suffering from pain is Pressotherapy. This natural treatment involves placing your feet in a warm water bath.
You may have heard of the hot tub and the foot bath, but Pressotherapy is a much more effective way to treat your pain and get the desired results.