Normatec Compression Therapy at Spectra Wellness Solutions
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Normatec Compression Therapy—a cutting-edge treatment that can help enhance your circulation, relieve muscle aches and pains, support lymphatic drainage, and assist in flushing out lactic acid after a vigorous workout.
What Is Normatec Compression Therapy?
What are the benefits to Normatec Compression Therapy?
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Normatec Compression Therapy Session at Spectra Wellness Solutions:
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Normatec compression therapy utilizes compression sleeves that use dynamic pulsed compression to mimic the muscle pump of the legs and arms. This greatly enhances the movement of fluid out of the limbs, especially after an intense workout. During a session, clients are suited up in one of three sections of the unit – legs, hips or arms.
Normatec can be used for a variety of health benefits including to improve circulation, help relieve muscle pain, help with lymphatic drainage, and to help decrease swelling and edema. Professional and recreational athletes alike can use Normatec to help increase range of motion before a practice, game or match. Or, if you’re recovering from a recent injury or dealing with chronic soreness, Normatec can help lessen pain sensitivity and reduce the intensity of delayed onset of muscle soreness (DOMS). Heavy weightlifters, long distance runners and marathoners alike may find benefit using Normatec to decrease muscle fatigue after exercise and enhance blood flow.
A session lasts for 30 min. You can choose legs, hips or arms. Multiple sections can be done in the same day, just not all at the same time.
We encourage anyone to try out Normatec, but there are a few contraindications for its use: acute pulmonary edema, acute thrombophlebitis, acute congestive cardiac failure, acute infections, deep vein thrombosis (DVT), episodes of pulmonary embolism, wounds, lesions, or tumors at or near the site of application, where increased venous and lymphatic return is undesirable, or bone fractures or dislocations at or near the site of application.
Compression therapy can be done as needed, and as often as once a day, with the average user doing 1-2x/week.