Lympha-Press Optimal

Lymphatic instrumental massage of the lower limbs.

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We use a sophisticated Lympha Press Optimal device, which contains 24 independent chambers with the possibility of setting different pressures for each chamber separately and the possibility of setting individual therapy using a computer.

The device is equipped with a pre-therapy treatment program, which is used to relax the lymph nodes in the proximal parts - the groin. It supports lymph flow towards the trunk and is suitable as an introductory application for other programs.

Indications of  instrumental  lymphdrainage

Preventive therapy:

  • relief of leg pain for people exposed to prolonged standing or sitting for a long time
  • regeneration after sport for active sportsmen
  • for people with a tendency or heredity of lymphatic and venous insufficiency, varicose veins

Supportive therapy:

  • primary, secondary lymphatic edema
  • supportive treatment of cellulite, obesity, lipoedema
  • post-traumatic and post-operative conditions - metabolite removal, healing support
  • osteoarthritis, distortion, Bechterew's disease, rheumatoid arthritis, muscle pain – myalgia
  • conditions after inflammation of the veins
  • high blood pressure
  • fatigue syndrome
  • painful menstruation, sterility, menopausal problems
  • multiple sclerosis, spastic and mild paresis
  • migraines, headaches
  • LS syndrome, conditions after disc surgery

Instrumental lymphdrainage contraindications

  • acute bacterial or viral infections
  • severe arteriosclerosis
  • deep vein thrombosis – suspected and 3 months after illness, thrombophlebitis - suspected and 6 weeks after illness
  • gangrene, untreated or infected wounds, purulent skin wounds and ulcers
  • severe inflammation of the treated limb, inflammation of the skin and soft tissues, including inflammation of the veins, especially in the treated area
  • decompensated heart or kidney failure
  • untreated or recurrent cancer
  • increased thyroid function (hyperthyroidism)
  • unstabilized bronchial asthma and chronic bronchitis
  • unstabilized ischemic heart disease, pacemaker
  • unstabilized  hypertension
  • epilepsy
  • pregnancy