NormaTec Compression Boots
Are you a weekend warrior or looking to increase blood flow in your legs? Created by a physician bioengineer (MD, PhD) to enhance blood flow and speed recovery, the NormaTec PULSE Massage Pattern employs three key techniques – pulsing, distal release, and gradients – all to maximize your recovery. It is a clinically proven method to increase circulation, reduce soreness, and help YOU perform at your best every day.
Who are they good for?
People with jobs that involve a lot of standing or walking may find by the end of the day their legs are tired and sluggish. Compression boots can help restore circulation and relieve discomfort caused by being on your feet for long periods of time.
Athletes and weekend warriors such as cyclists, runners and hikers who can accumulate excessive fluid in their joints due to excessive training or exercise. Compression boots can help relieve joint inflammation and reduce swelling.
Used to improve circulation for people who suffer from fluid retention and swelling in the legs.
Restless leg syndrome can be a distressing condition which can leave you feeling tired and stiff when you wake in the morning. Compression boots help your circulation and in turn help control soreness and allow you to get a good night’s sleep.
Enjoy these benefits:
• Reduce swelling and inflammation
• Relieve muscle pain
• Speed up muscle recovery
• Increase flexibility and range of motion
• Prevent delayed-onset muscle soreness
Compression Boot Session
This 30 minute session will speed up Lactate Clearance which causes sore muscles and will improve your range of motion. Compression boots improve blood flow and circulation and lowers stress.
30-Minute Session $25 for Members / $29 for Non-Members
*Currently offered at our Dana Park, SanTan and Ahwatukee locations.
Do you have one of the following health conditions? If so, Compression Boots may not be the best treatment for you. Please consult your physician before scheduling.
Pulmonary Edema or Congestive Heart Failure – Phlebitis – Acute DVT or suspected/known Thrombophlebitis – Peripheral Arteriosclerosis – Infected and Untreated Wounds/Recent Skin Grafts – Non-Pitting Chronic Lymphedema – Pulmonary Embolism – Acute Inflammation of the Skin (Erysipelas, Cellulitis) – Uncontrolled/Severe Cardiac Failure – Ischemic Vascular Disease or Atherosclerosis – Active Metastatic Diseases Affecting the Edematous Region – Edema at the Root of the Extremity or Truncal Edema – Severe Peripheral Neuropathy – Varicose Veins
*Results may vary.