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Leg Compression Therapy

30 Minute Sessions

$20 per session or packages available


Athletic recovery is as important as training and nutrition.

Exercise is stress and, while it does provide lasting physical and psychological benefits, it also creates traumas or microtears in your soft tissue, specifically your muscles. This can lead to soreness and pain. An imbalance caused by overly intensive training and inadequate recovery will not only lead to injury but also to less effective training sessions.

There are many recovery methods available to athletes nowadays. The ones available to anyone are sleep and rest days. Yet many athletes like to take a more active approach to their recovery.


Compression devices were once only for the exclusive use of patients with serious muscular and circulatory disorders such as lymphedema, venous insufficiency and P.A.D. Today, Recovery systems are used by sports teams, universities, physical therapists, and professional athletes to improve recovery time and enhance their training

“Compression garments add external pressure. Blood can easily pool in the extremities, especially in the lower limbs due to gravity,” writes exercise physiologist Ross Hamilton in his guide for recovery.

“The extra compression helps squeeze the blood out of the muscles and back to the lungs and heart. This allows fresh oxygenated blood to replace it.”

Its benefits are said to include:

  • Improved blood circulation

  • Boost lymphatic fluid movement (reduce potential swollen legs/feet)

  • Removal of lactic acid (reduce muscle fatigue)

  • Improved flexibility

  • Recovery stimulation

  • Boost oxygen distribution

This is backed by research: a 2017 study found that external pneumatic compression mitigated a reduction in flexibility and pressure-to-pain threshold (the minimum force applied which induces pain), as well as reduced select skeletal muscle oxidative stress and proteolysis markers during recovery from heavy resistance exercise.

Another study concluded that peristaltic pulse dynamic compression is a promising means of accelerating and enhancing recovery after the normal aggressive training that occurs in Olympic and aspiring Olympic athletes


When you rest, you create an environment for healing from exercise so that the microtraumas in your muscle tissue can repair. Recovery also enables your body to efficiently clear out metabolic waste. Compression garments could reduce exercise discomfort by limiting sore muscles and preventing cramps experienced after exercise.

Air Relax compression boots could help keep the body healthy over a longer period of time, thus helping you avoid unnecessary niggles and injuries related to intense exercise. Less time off because of injury means more time training and therefore better performance. Recovery is a factor you have control over, make sure you do.

Come in just for leg compression therapy or add it on to any of our services


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What is Air Relax Compression System

The Air Relax is an air compression device with multiple chambers that compress in succession. Our system increases blood flow through your muscles, which has been shown to aid with sports and other recovery, similar to the effects of a professional massage.

How Does the Air Relax System Work

After fitting both legs into thigh-high cuffs, just sit or lay on a flat surface of a bed, floor or couch and let the technology do the work. The leg cuffs have hoses that connect to the air compressor. Once the compressor is turned on, the air chambers in each leg cuff fill up with air in the sequence you choose, gradually compressing each muscle group in the legs and feet and then repeating.  You may choose the compression sequence you like the most. Massage therapy will increase circulation and will flush lactic acid from a users legs after a tough workout or standing for long periods.

Benefits of using Air Relax System

This product is intended for use by medical professionals and patients at home who are under supervision. In treating many conditions, such as: primary Lymphedema, Edema following trauma sport injuries, Postimmobilization edema, Venous insufficiency, Lymphedema, Poor Blood Circulation.

Is there any Side Effects of Using The Air Relax System

It is recommended to use not more than 3 times a day for 15-30 minutes. Do not exceed the recommended time! There is no side effects, unless you use it more that it's recommended.

Please consult a physician before using this device:

  • If you are pregnant 

  • If you feel fatigue, weak

  • If you have an implant at the site of application

  • If you have a cardiac pacemaker

  • If you have any metal implant in your body

Is there any Contraindications

Do not use this product if you are experiencing inflammation, an infection, pain of unknown origin, or bleeding (internal or external) at or near the site of application, or if you have a wound at or new the site of application.

Do not use this product if you have any of the following conditions:

  • Acute pulmonary edema

  • Acute infections

  • Osteoporosis

  • Episodes of pulmonary embolism

  • Acute thrombophlebitis

  • DVT (Deep Vein Thrombosis)

  • Blood Clots

  • Where increased venous and lymphatic return is undesirable at or in the vicinity of the treatment application because of lesions or tumors.

  • Bone fractures or dislocation at or in the vicinity of treatment application.

  • Open wounds or inflammation at the site of application.

Should I Consult My Doctor Before Using The Air Relax System

Our system is designed for your personal use and is not intended to replace any health professional care. 


Please consult a physician before using this device:

  • If you are pregnant 

  • If you feel fatigue, weak

  • If you have an implant at the site of application

  • If you have a cardiac pacemaker

  • If you have any metal implant in your body

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