NormaTec Recovery System

The NormaTec PULSE Recovery System uses dynamic compression and a patented PULSE technology to help athletes recover from training sessions faster. The technology was created by a physician bioengineer to help increase blood flow to help aid recovery.  The PULSE massage pattern has 3 techniques that speed recovery:

  • Pulsing:: The patented pulsing action mimics the muscle pump of the legs and arms which enhances the movement of fluid throughout the limbs after a strenuous workout
  • Gradients: NormaTec PULSE uses hold pressures to prevent tapering pressure off to deliver maximum pressure in every zone desired
  • Distal Release: Sequential Pulse technology releases hold pressures once they are no longer needed to prevent back flow. Long periods of static pressure can be harmful to the body's circulatory flow, so the cycles of pressure and rest time helps the limbs gain maximum recovery.

Who uses NormaTec: Noah Olsen (Crossfit), Jason Khalipa (Crossfit), Craig Alexander (Ironman Triathlete), Linsey Corbin (Ironman Triathlete), Larry Fitzgerald (NFL Arizona Cardinals), Monta Ellis (NBA Indiana Pacers) and more!


Inversion Therapy

Inversion therapy requires clients to lie on an inversion table where they are turned upside down for a couple of minutes. This treatment takes gravitational pressure off the client's nerves and disks in the spine to increase the space between the vertebrae.  Inversion therapy offers an alternative method to help stretch the spine and try to alleviate back pains. Doctors, physical therapists, and trainers around the world have already proven that this therapy has worked and offers amazing benefits. This treatment is not recommended for clients with high blood pressure, glaucoma or heart disease. 

Benefits:

Eases back pains by realigning your spine

Improves your posture and flexibility

Increase in blood flow and oxygen circulation

Reduce headaches by reducing muscle spasms in your shoulders and neck

Strengthen the ligaments in your bones through increased collagen content