Pressotherapy (Lymphatic drainage)

Duration 15–20 minutes

Recommended course 7-14 procedures

A highly effective procedure, it perfectly helps with swelling and heaviness in the legs, as well as treats varicose veins and helps in the fight against cellulite. Therefore, for most people it is familiar and loved.

Pressotherapy was originally created to treat varicose veins. It strengthens vascular walls well and normalizes blood flow in the extremities. Today the scope of its application is much wider.
Pressotherapy allows you to prevent varicose veins and treat them in the initial stages. It is prescribed for excess hip volume and swelling of the legs. Effective for even grade 3 cellulite and sagging skin. Strengthens blood vessels, increases their tone. After the procedure, your legs feel light and fatigue is relieved.
This technique is often prescribed after injuries, stroke, surgery, and for joint problems.

According to research, one session of such a massage replaces several manual procedures or 2 workouts in the gym. This technique is ideal for people who lead a sedentary lifestyle, are overweight and have an unhealthy diet.
What effect does pressotherapy give you?
  • you lose several kilograms due to the removal of excess fluid (on average 2-3 kilograms per course)
  • skin elasticity increases due to improved blood circulation
  • cellulite becomes less pronounced
  • swelling goes away
  • muscles become toned
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Little test

You definitely need Pressotherapy if you recognize 2 or more of your symptoms in the list below:

  • varicose veins
  • venous insufficiency
  • reduced immunity
  • chronic fatigue
  • constant stress
  • insomnia
  • heavy sports training
  • previous injuries
  • recent surgeries
  • suffered a stroke
  • rehabilitation after liposuction
  • swelling
  • constant leg fatigue
  • metabolic disorder at the cellular level
  • cellulite
  • loose skin
  • excess body weight

Contraindications to pressotherapy

Some diseases limit the possibility of performing the procedure. This is for example:

  • fungal skin lesions
  • oncological diseases
  • tuberculosis
  • renal failure
  • tendency to form blood clots
  • pregnancy and breastfeeding
  • epilepsy
  • severe cardiovascular diseases

Consult with your doctor before your first procedure.