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Compression therapy is a non-invasive therapy with various applications, primarily aimed at improving blood and lymphatic circulation in the body. Its effectiveness is also evident in other areas, offering benefits such as:

Pain Relief: Often used for alleviating pains, particularly in patients with chronic leg pains, swellings, or pains associated with poor circulation.

Reducing Swelling: This therapy can effectively reduce swelling in the legs, thereby improving circulation and reducing the sensation of heaviness.

Improving Circulation: Compression therapy enhances blood circulation, contributing to better oxygen and nutrient supply to the tissues.

Lymphatic Drainage: It is also used for enhancing lymphatic drainage, helping remove toxins and waste materials from the body.

Aesthetic Benefits: Compression therapy can improve skin and muscle tone, contributing to smoother and firmer skin. It is also used for reducing the appearance of cellulite.

Weight Loss Aid: While not a substitute for a healthy diet and exercise, compression therapy can contribute to the loss of excess fluid and the elimination of excess toxins from the body, aiding in weight loss.

Preventing Venous Problems: This therapy can help prevent venous issues, including varicose veins and venous insufficiency.

Injury Rehabilitation: Often used in rehabilitation after muscle, ligament, or surgical injuries to speed up the healing process.

Before considering compression therapy, it's crucial to consult with a doctor to see if it's the right choice for you. In our clinic, you can get all the necessary information about this type of therapy, as well as a consultation with doctors who will guide you towards a healthy body.


How does lymphatic drainage function?


Lymphatic drainage through compression therapy is a non-invasive therapeutic technique used to enhance lymphatic circulation in the body. The method uses compression chambers placed on different body parts, like the legs, arms, or torso. The goal of compression therapy is to simulate the natural process of lymphatic drainage to improve the flow of lymphatic fluid through lymphatic pathways and nodes.

The lymphatic drainage process involves a few key steps. Initially, the patient is placed in compression chambers, which resemble socks or compression stockings. These chambers are then rhythmically and progressively inflated, creating pressure on the limbs or other body parts. The pressure is applied in rhythmic cycles that mimic natural muscle contractions. This gradual pressure helps push lymphatic fluid through the lymphatic pathways, enhancing circulation.

Compression therapy aids in reducing body swelling by facilitating the removal of excess fluid and toxins from the interstitial space. For people with lymphatic system issues or prone to swelling, this technique can speed up the natural lymphatic drainage process. The main benefits of lymphatic drainage through compression therapy include:

- Reduced swelling in legs, arms, and other body parts.
- Improved blood and lymph circulation.
- Relief from chronic pain and muscle tension.
- Enhanced overall wellbeing and a sense of lightness.
- Reduced appearance of cellulite.
- Assistance in preventing venous problems, such as varicose veins.

Compression therapy should only be administered under the supervision of trained therapists, and the number and duration of sessions depend on the specific needs of the patient. This therapy is often used in rehabilitation, for improving the aesthetic aspects of the body, and contributing to overall health.