Compression therapy is a simple, yet effective way to increase circulation in your legs. Whether you sit behind a desk all day or run marathons, athletes and non-athletes alike can benefit from regular compression therapy.
Athletes will benefit from the rapid removal of lactic acid and increased blood circulation which will help to reduce soreness. This results in rapid recovery and reduced down-time between trainings.
Compression therapy is also beneficial for those seeking management of chronic injuries and conditions such as arthritis, restless legs, neuropathy, and more!
Compression Therapy should not be done on those with acute deep vein thrombosis, severe atherosclerosis or other ischemic vascular diseases, suspect or known acute deep vein thrombosis, severe congestive cardiac failure, existing pulmonary edema, existing pulmonary embolism, extreme deformity of the limbs, any local skin or tissue condition which the garments would interfere with such as gangrene, untreated or infected wounds, recent skin graft, and dermatitis; known presence of malignancy in the legs; limb infections, including cellulitis, that have not received antibiotic coverage; presence of lymphangiosarcoma.