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Pneumatic Compression Massage
Air Therapy Machine - A Full-Body Massage
Benefits of Pneumatic Compression Massage
- Improves circulation
- Reduces water retention
- Reduces swelling of the legs and ankles
- Reduces swelling after surgery
- Reduces swelling after radiation treatment
- Stimulates the movement of stagnant lymphatic fluid and toxins
- Accelerates weight loss by reducing toxins
- Greatly improves quality of sleep
How the Pneumatic Compression Massager Works
You put your legs, torso and one arm into “body gloves” and program the equipment for a pressure level that is completely comfortable for you. An alternating rhythm of inflation and deflation, in the body glove, moves up the legs and torso, compressing the muscles to aid in the removal of excess fluid from the tissues as in a massage treatment. Don’t be surprised if you fall blissfully asleep during your pneumatic compression treatment.
- Touch key pad controllers
- Separate setting of 2 channels
- Maximum 4 cuffs use
- Compression speed controller:
- 1 ~ 6 speed level
- Reverse compression controller
- Pressure sensor controller
Stimulating Lymph Drainage Made Easy
Relax, detoxify and let the Pneumatic Compression Massager do the work.
Feel like you are being massaged by your own masseur trained in lymphatic massage.
What is Lymph Fluid and Why Should You Care?
Did you know that you have as much lymph fluid as blood in the body? Lymph is the system that carries the waste materials away from the cells, while the blood brings in the nutrients to the cells. Stagnation of lymph fluid means your cells are exposed to a more toxic environment and they become less efficient at what they are meant to do. In other words, you begin to look and feel toxic.
Why Lymph Drainage is so Important?
Some people have problems clearing stagnant lymph fluid from their system. This leads to uncomfortable tissue swelling, especially in the legs and ankles, and if not dealt with it can have dangerous health consequences. This condition is called lymph edema and can also occur after surgery.
If not properly dealt with, stagnant lymph can lead to inflammation, infection and can form excessive connective tissue. It is important not to allow stagnant lymph to progress to fibrotic change because at that point pneumatic compression has limited usefulness.
Early regular treatment with pneumatic compression will go a long way towards maintaining vibrant health into old age. When you consider the cost of regular treatments by a massage therapist trained in lymphatic drainage, this equipment will pay for itself very quickly.
A Pneumatic Compression Massager belongs in every well-equipped:
- Alternative Healing Practice
- Spa and Resort
- Wellness Center
- Physiotherapist Practice
- Physical Rehabilitation Center
- Home Gym (please consult your physician for home use)
- Color: Gray
- Time setting: 0-99 MIN.
- Dimensions: 427 x 330 x 240
- Weight: 15Kg (Main Body)
- Unit Weight: 15Kg (Main Body)
- Max. Speed: 2 RPM
- Specifications: Personal/ Commercial
- Pressure range: 10 ~ 200 mmHg
- Time range: 0 ~ 99 minutes
- Compression mode selections: A mode / B mode / Full mode
- Cuff attachments: 2 Legs / 1 Arm / 1 Waist
- Hold time range: 0 ~ 6 seconds
- Interval time range: 0 ~ 19 seconds
- Machine weight: 39 lbs
- Voltage: 110 volts
CONTRAINDICATION FOR PNEUMATIC COMPRESSION:
- Prone to bleeding or taking any blood thinners
- Prone to or bruises easily
- Surgical implants
- Acute Thrombosis
- Serious Cardiovascular Disease
- Pacemaker and Implantable Cardioverter Defibrillator
- Recent Wounds from an Operation or Surgery
- Artificial Joints
- Recently Placed IUD’s, Metal Pins, or Plates
- Acute Hernia, Discopathy, or Spondylosis
- Type I Diabetes
- Severe Migraines
- Tumors (cancerous)
- Pulmonary Embolism
- Poor Somato Sensory Receptor on Feet Planar Surfaces
- Severe peripheral vascular disease
- When an increase of fluid to the heart is detrimental
- Severe heart failure or pulmonary edema
- Known or suspected DVT or PE within 6 months
- Immobilized for > 72 hours without DVT prophylaxis
- Post-operative vein ligation
- Deformity of the limb
- Gangrene or Infected leg wounds
- Recent skin graft
Read and follow all instructions and warnings and obtain proper instruction prior to using this equipment. Please consult a physician or physical therapist before using any pneumatic compression device or if you suffer from any of the conditions listed above. This device may not be suitable for all users. Strong compression can result in bruising and consulting a physician for approval is recommended. Failure to use appropriate caution could result in serious injury. Misuse of this machine may result in serious injury. Keep children away from this equipment. User must be able to wear compression garment properly. Failure to follow these safeguards may result in serious injury or health problems. If you do not have a User’s Manual call us to obtain one.
Stop exercising if you feel pain, faint, dizzy, or short of breath. Do not use for more than 20-30 minutes per session, overuse may cause injury – even if it feels good at the time. Start with a 10 minute session to feel how you body reacts over the next 24 to 48 hours. You may experience detoxification reactions when using this machine.
I am using the pneumatic compression unit in my medical spa following endermologie and laser treatments. It is effective for lymphatic drainage as well as muscle soreness and just feels like a great massage. As a business owner, I have to say that dealing with Albert has been an absolute pleasure.