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WAVEMASSAGE

The lifestyle of today's modern age coupled with unhealthy nutrition and other factors burdening overweight can lead to a weakening of venous and lymphatic circulation.

Our body can be saturated with toxins which creates the well-know cellulite problems. The appearance of stagnant liquids leads to a weaker immune system, which is a warning sign of a worsening and aggrevating condition.

Pressure therapy (wave massage) with controlled pneumatic pressure massage helps to overcome abnormalities, with effective edema and peripheral circulatory disorders.
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Effects of treatment:

  • Activating the lymphatic system
  • Detoxification
  • Emptying of wastes
  • Strengthen the immune system
  • Toning
  • Handling of varicose veins problem
  • Treatment of lymphatic joints
  • Cellulite treatment, skin texture enhancement
The essence of the machine compression process is to place a specially designed clothes with air chamber on the patient. Controlled, sequentially inflating air chambers of the jacket produce continuously alternating wave massage effects. It has a powerful stimulating effect on lymph and blood circulation.

Lymph massage is designed to remove the buildup of water, toxins, tissue swelling and increased circulation due to lymphatic system disorders. Treatment is based on compressed air massage.

Pressure therapy is the perfect supplement to all body shaping technologies, especially ultrasonic cavitation and cold laser lipolysis. It enhances the effectiveness of treatments and has a good impact on the whole body.

Pressure therapy (wave massage) increases:

  • Blood and lymphatic circulation intensity
  • Venous and lymphatic absorption to the organic filters
  • Nutrient supply of the skin, and thus elasticity
  • Flexibility of tissues (eg after delivery)
  • After a cosmetic surgery, restoring the normal circulation of the area (eg after liposuction)

Pressure therapy (wave massage) reduces:

  • Interstitial fluid and residual toxins (toxins)
  • Blocking the lymph nodes
  • Vibrates and their symptoms (severe, aching, numbing legs)
  • Lymphatic and venous edema, and associated pain
  • Post-traumatic edema following surgery
  • Cellulite and body weight
  • The chance of thrombosis
  • Rheumatic complaints

Contraindications

  • Renal, respiratory, circulatory and heart failure
  • High blood pressure (unless controlled by medication)
  • Poor circulation, thrombosis risk
  • Fever, contagious, inflammatory diseases
  • Significant, tortuous varicose vein
  • Skin infections
  • Lymphatic inflammation
  • Arthritis
  • Heart attack
  • Tumor