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What To Expect

Get To Know The Unknown! 

You lay back and relax as the NormaTec compression massage takes over and does the work. We have two sets: legs and hips that produce high powered pressure. Compression massage has a penetration in the hips, knees, ankles, and feel that surpasses other massages, meaning it can access underlying bodily tissues and blood vessels beneath the skin. In 20 minute sessions, this deep tissue penetration results in a systemic and metabolic effect on the entire body, rather than localized effects on one specific area. You can feel the energy of the compression therapy reaching all the way into the body to stimulate healing and regeneration, improving flexibility, performance, and overall circulation.

Initial 

Consultation

  • We will discuss your medical history to see if there is any contraindications and that you are sound to use the therapy

  • Your objectives and concerns will be addressed for treatment along with duration

  • You will be asked to sign a waiver

  • Will take you on a mini tour of facilities

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Preparation & How To

Guide

  • Client enters private locked room

  • Client must wear sweats pants, leggings, or smooth fabric pants and not jeans, skirts, cargos, shorts, etc.

  • Clients lays upright on a chais lounge

  • Clients chooses leg or hip attachment

  • For legs: each legging is slipped on and zipped up one at a time

  • For hips: client steps or slips on the hip attachment

  • The leggings or hips are then attached to the control

  • Client hits the start button  

  • Leggings or hips fill up with air in patented sequence and pattern

  • Enjoy the benefits of compression massage! 

Contraindications

Listed below are contraindications that make compression massage a negative thing for the individual. Individuals that have these conditions should not use compression massage therapy. The list is not exhaustive and you should seek a doctor prior to treatment.

  • Easily bruising

  • Blood clots

  • Burns

  • Open wounds

  • Deep vein thrombosis

  • Local contagious lesions

  • Dislocated joints

  • Contusions

  • Hemorrhage

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