Pressotherapy Treatment is a non-invasive therapy using pressure to stimulate the lymphatic system. The Pressotherapy machine applies continuous pressure to encourage lymph fluid flow, which can help accelerate healing time and alleviate the swelling.

Pressotherapy can treat many conditions, including cellulite, infections, and swelling associated with trauma or surgery. It may also help reduce lymphedema swelling (caused by damaged or removed lymph nodes) after cancer treatment. It’s also known as Pressotherapy Lymphatic Drainage Treatment.

How does Pressotherapy Treatment work?

Pressotherapy applies pressure to the lymphatic system, which is the body’s natural way of removing toxins and other waste materials. The normal flow of lymph fluid may be affected by injury or surgery, or it may slow down due to aging or obesity. When this happens, waste products build up in your tissues; this can cause swelling in the legs and abdomen and pain and discomfort in these areas.

Pressotherapy uses a vacuum pump to create suction on your skin while lying down on a table. This stimulates the lymph nodes so they drain properly, relieving symptoms such as swelling or pain in your lower limbs.

The benefits of Pressotherapy Lymphatic Drainage include;

Pressotherapy Treatment unique technology improves circulatory health and increases the oxygenation of cells. This results in a variety of positive effects:

  • Increased blood flow to the skin
  • Improved metabolism of cells
  • Increased circulation of nutrients and oxygen to muscles, heart, and brain
  • High blood flow to the heart, muscles, and brain

Detoxification of the body through the removal of metabolic waste and toxins.
When you eat, digest and absorb food, your body needs to eliminate metabolic waste and toxins. Your lymphatic system is the body’s natural waste disposal system. It removes toxins from your tissues, which can build up if they’re not regularly cleared out by exercise and good nutrition. Pressotherapy Treatment helps to remove these toxins from the body through gentle pressure on key points of your lymphatic system.

Improved immune function by enhancing the activity of white blood cells.
White blood cells are the body’s central defense against infection. When a foreign substance enters the body, white blood cells travel to the site of infection and attack it. White blood cells engulf and destroy bacteria, viruses, and other harmful organisms that enter through cuts or wounds in your skin. They also fight off diseases contracted by inhaling airborne pathogens such as colds or flu viruses.

Activation occurs when these cells recognize their target pathogen using particular proteins called receptors on their cell membranes that bind to only one type of antigen at a time. Pressotherapy Treatment enables them to identify foreign substances without attacking healthy tissue because they cannot bind with two antigens simultaneously.

Increased water and waste processing within the lymphatic system, including excess proteins and fats.

When you work on your lymphatic system, you’re not just improving the appearance of your skin. You’re also helping to remove toxins from the body and enhance immune function. When this happens, we see some particular benefits people can expect to see:

  • Improved water and waste processing within the lymphatic system
  • Increased waste removal from the body
  • Improved lymphatic drainage

Reduction in cellulite.
Cellulite is a fat and connective tissue disorder. It’s not a disease, but it can be incredibly frustrating.

It’s also known as orange peel skin or cottage cheese skin, which happens when the cells in your body begin to store water instead of fat. This causes the skin to become lumpy and dimpled—collectively known as cellulite. While this condition affects nearly 80% of women, it can happen at any age.

Pressotherapy Lymphatic Drainage treatment effectively reduces cellulite in the legs and buttocks, making them look smoother and more fit than ever before.

What to expect from your Pressotherapy Lymphatic Drainage Session?

To begin your pressotherapy session, your therapist will ask you to undress to your waist and lie on a massage table. She will apply light pressure to the skin of your abdomen and upper arms to stimulate blood flow before moving to the thighs and buttocks. You may feel a slight tingling as more blood flows into these areas, which should leave you feeling relaxed at the end of the therapy session.

When to expect to see results from Pressotherapy?

The results from Pressotherapy Treatment vary from person to person. The reason for this is the cumulative effect this treatment has on the body, which means that it is not a quick fix. Instead, it can take time for you to start seeing results, and these changes are permanent once they are made.

The first thing that you will notice after your first session is how much better your skin feels. The redness of rosacea or eczema will be significantly reduced, as well as any other symptoms related to these conditions, such as dryness and itching. Your skin will also look healthier overall because of increased circulation and improved blood flow throughout the body.

Does Pressotherapy Treatment hurt?

Pressotherapy Treatment is gentle and non-invasive. During your appointment, you can relax in our comfortable waiting area. The treatment itself takes no more than 15 minutes and is entirely painless.

Despite being a gentle procedure, Pressotherapy provides many benefits that could improve your health and quality of life. It may assist with weight loss and reduce the appearance of cellulite and scars while improving skin texture and tone overall.

Pressotherapy helps increase blood flow throughout the body by gently massaging the muscle tissue under high pressure to stimulate lymphatic drainage.

Pressotherapy is a natural, non-invasive therapy that can help you achieve a healthier and more vibrant lifestyle. With improved lymphatic flow, your body will be better able to detoxify and remove toxins from your cells. You’ll also feel less tired, have more energy, and look younger.

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