Poor Blood Circulation
There are several causes of poor blood circulation often illness or injury related. Where blood flow is restricted it can give rise to discomfort, pain and swelling. Rapid Recover can be used to treat circulatory disorders by improving venous flow.
Intermittent calf and foot compression increases lower extremity blood flow
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Lymphedema is a condition that results from impaired flow of the lymphatic system. When the lymph vessels are blocked or unable to carry lymph fluid away from the tissues, localized swelling (lymphedema) will occur. Lymphedema most often affects a single arm or leg, but in some situations both limbs are affected. Symptoms of lymphedema include swelling in one or more extremities. The swelling may range from mild to severe and disfiguring. Breast cancer treatment is the most common cause of lymphedema in the U.S.
While there is no cure for lymphedema, compression treatments can reduce the swelling significantly. Rapid Recover compression can be used to aid fluid removal in the limbs and give you a better quality of life.
Deep vein thrombosis is caused by the clotting of blood in the veins of the body and it can be fatal. There are a few causes of DVT of which vein damage is one of them. Rapid Recover can be used as a preventive measure against deep vein thrombosis Read Research Here!
Medical Related Research
The effectiveness of intermittent pneumatic compression in long-term therapy of lymphedema of lower limbs. Read Research Here!
Breast Cancer Org: Pneumatic Pumps for Lymphedema Read Research Here!
Treatment in the home setting with intermittent pneumatic compression for a woman with chronic leg ulcers: a case report Read Research Here!
Compression therapy for venous leg ulcers Read Research Here!
Varicose veins are one of the most common symptoms of chronic venous disease, causing a dramatic impact on the quality of life. Whether for discomfort or cosmetic reasons, intermittent pneumatic compression treatment has been shown effective in alleviating the symptoms over time. Read Research Here!