What is Cyclo Massage system?
Cyclo massage, is sometimes called cycloid vibration therapy (CVT) is achieved using a mechanical vibration, known as cycloid vibration. Cycloid vibration has been used for more than 60 years in hospitals, GP surgeries, residential care homes, sports clubs and is the subject of conclusive medical research studies by universities & teaching hospitals worldwide.
How does Cycloidal Therapy work?
It has multi-directional, non-percussion action, which increases blood & lymphatic circulation by stimulating deep muscle to relax and circulation to be improved without aggravating any skeletal or joint problems.
The Science of Cycloid Vibration Therapy
The system has a low amplitude vibration that create an oscillating pattern, with no percussion, hitting or kneading action like other mechanical massage systems. The oscillation action stimulates blood, circulation & lymphatic drainage.
The Benefits of Infrared Therapy
The infrared penetrates deep through the skin which dilates the blood vessels to stimulate the circulation and opens the pores.
Infrared helps with increasing blood circulation without putting a strain on the heart and increases the level of oxygen & white blood cells in the blood.
It stimulates collagen (a building block for human tissue eg ligaments, tendons, discs, cartilage, skin, etc) in the body and helps get rid the body of toxins.
This will result in a stronger immune system, better cardio-vascular health and faster ability to heal from soft tissue injuries such as tears, pulls and strains.
Infrared heat therapy is therefore used extensively for chronic pain relief, sports injury recovery, arthritic pain, improving joint mobility and muscle tone.
Thermographic images after a 15 minute treatment where circulation & lymphatic systems have increased.
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What can it help with?
- Acute & Chronic pain
- Arthritic & stiff joint pain
- Poor circulation & lymphatic
- Neck & Shoulder discomfort
- Degenerative facet joints disease
- Digestive & abdominal problems
- Sciatic or muscular spasm
- Lack of energy / chronic fatigue
- Sleep deprivation
- Reduce lactic acid
- Multiple Sclerosis
- Fibromyalgia or ME
- Muscular Dystrophy