THERAPY COMBINED WITH AROSHA – PRESSOTHERAPY
For significantly better treatment results, we recommend using Arosha beauty treatments in conjunction with a pressotherapy device – especially for treating aqueous cellulite.
PRESSOTHERAPY – HOW DOES IT WORK?
Pressotherapy is a method used in treating lymphatic and cardiovascular systems as well as in aesthetic medicine, physiotherapy and body care.
During the treatment, special cuffs with empty chambers are applied which are slowly filled with air. The air is injected to the chambers in a strictly controlled manner using a compressor that the device is equipped with, and it applies pressure to particular parts of the body pushing blood and lymph to the nearest lymph nodes. Firstly, the chambers around ankles are filled, then calves and then the filling continues upwards. This type of mechanic drainage enables thorough detoxification and removal of excess water from the body.
PRESSOTHERAPY – RECOMMENDATIONS
Pressotherapy is recommended for:
⦁ lymphatic and venous oedema,
⦁ postoperative oedema (e.g. after mastectomy),
⦁ post-traumatic oedema,
⦁ chronic muscular neuralgia,
⦁ neurological diseases (e.g. limb paralysis),
⦁ postnatal period,
⦁ stimulating blood and lymph backflow,
⦁ water retention – especially for people with “tired legs” effect,
⦁ improving skin nourishment and elasticity,
⦁ preventing thrombosis for bed-ridden people.
PRESSOTHERAPY – contraindications
People with the following conditions should refrain from having pressotherapy:
⦁ heart conditions, circulatory insufficiency, haematological diseases and tendency for haemorrhages,
⦁ pacemaker, metal prosthesis,
⦁ epilepsy and psychosomatic disorders,
⦁ endocrine diseases,
⦁ respiratory, liver or kidney failure,
⦁ active viral, bacterial or fungal infections.
AROSHA PRESSOTHERAPY: TWO MODELS