NormaTec Compression Therapy


* 30-Minute Single Session – $30
* 45-Minute Single Session – $40
* 60-Minute Single Session – $50
* 30-Minute 5 Session Package – $125 ($25 Each)
* 45-Minute 5 Session Package – $175 ($35 Each)
* 60-Minute 5 Session Package – $225 ($45 Each)

What Is Compression Therapy?

Compression Therapy uses compressed air to massage your limbs, mobilize fluid, and speed recovery. This therapy can be done as a 30, 45, or 60-minute treatment. Using our NormaTec Pulse Pro Leg Recovery System, you will first experience a pre-inflate cycle, during which the connected attachments are molded to your exact body shape. Similar to the kneading and stroking done during a massage, each segment of the attachment will first compress in a pulsing manner and then release, working its way up your limbs. The NormaTec is made to the standards demanded by the best athletes, teams and coaches around the world.

Origins of Compression Therapy:

It could be said that the origins of Compression Therapy come from massage therapy and compression socks. Both massage and compression socks stimulate blood flow.

Health Benefits:

* Increases circulation
* Reduces lactic acid build up
* Decreases recovery time of leg muscles
* Reduces pain or discomfort in the legs

Session Details:

* Length of Session: 30, 45, or 60 minutes
* Description: You will be sitting or lying in a treatment room while wearing the NormaTec Pulse Pro Leg Recovery System over your lower body.
* Clothing: Just about any clothing will work. We recommend clothing similar to workout attire so there is just a thin layer of fabric between the compression attachments and your skin.

Tips for the Participant:

* Wear something that is light and flexible.
* Feel free to bring a book or mobile device with headphones for entertainment.
* Stay hydrated after your treatment.

Do Not Use Compression Therapy If You…

* Have been medically advised not to use Compression Therapy
* Have acute pulmonary edema
* Have acute thrombophlebitis
* Have acute congestive cardiac failure
* Have acute infections
* Have deep vein thrombosis (DVT)
* Have episodes of pulmonary embolism
* Currently have wounds, lesions, infection, or tumors at or near the site of application
* Have an issue where increased venous and lymphatic return is undesirable
* Have bone fractures or dislocations at or near the site of application

Frequently Asked Questions:

Q: How often should I use Compression Therapy?
The frequency will depend upon your own individual health and wellness goals. You can do it as often as you like or whenever you feel your legs need relief.

Q: How will I feel after the treatment?
You will feel like you received a massage on your legs, and they will feel more flexible and refreshed.