Compression Therapy

Maximize your recovery by maximizing your circulation. Suitable for both athletes and non-athletes.


Get that “fresh legs” feeling!


Get that “fresh legs” feeling by using our NormaTec Recovery System. The NormaTec Recovery System helps maximize recovery for both athletes and non-athletes. Maximizing circulation throughout your body and moving metabolic waste out of your limbs helps reduce muscle soreness and promotes faster recovery. Our NormaTec gear is comprised of a control unit, and separate attachments that can go either on the legs, hips, or arms. The attachments use compressed air in a dynamic compression pattern to massage tissue, mobilize fluid, improve circulation, and speed recovery.

The pulsing compression simulates the “muscle pump” of the limbs, greatly enhancing the movement of fluid and metabolites out of the limbs after intense use. The gradient hold utilizes constant pressure to keep the body’s fluids from being forced to one end of the limb while the pulsing continues. The directionality of flow occurring in the venous and lymphatic one-way valves produces fluid movement similar to that seen in peristalsis. The distal release prevents backflow of fluids by releasing the hold pressures in each zone, allowing each limb to gain maximal rest time without significant pause between compression cycles.


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Frequently Asked Questions

What areas of the body can the NormaTec Recovery System treat?

  • Arms - compression starts at the fingertips and works its way up towards the scapula.
  • Hips - compression starts at the mid-thigh and works its way to the lower back and abdomen.
  • Legs - compression starts at the toes and works its way to the top of the thigh.

Who should not use the NormaTec Compression therapy system?

The NormaTec Via Series is contraindicated for patients with:

  • Acute deep vein thrombosis
  • Severe atherosclerosis or other ischemic vascular diseases
  • Suspect or known acute deep vein thrombosis
  • Severe congestive cardiac failure
  • Existing pulmonary edema or embolism
  • Extreme deformity of the limbs
  • Local skin or tissue condition which the garments would interfere with (gangrene, untreated or infected wounds)
  • recent skin graft
  • dermatitis) -Known presence of malignancy in the legs
  • Limb infections
  • including cellulitis that have not received antibiotic coverage
  • Presence of lymphangiosarcoma

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