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Compression Pumps

A widely recognized and highly effective treatment is using a compression pump. This is a safe and effective way to assist your body’s circulatory system in moving the excess fluid which has accumulated in the limb and can cause painful swelling, non-healing wounds, heaviness, and discomfort decreasing your mobility. The compression pump is a gentle massaging technique that compresses in a rhythmic cycle, similar to that of a normally functioning lymphatic system that has not been damaged. This is a great treatment option for patients who have tried compression stocking, elevation, diuretics, or massage with little or no relief.

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Lymphedema & Venous Pumps

Pneumatic gradient sequential compression devices designed for the treatment of Lymphedema, Venous Insufficiency, and Wound Healing. Suitable for treatment of patients both in the clinical setting and in the comfort of patients’ own homes.

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Arterial Pumps

Explore arterial blood flow enhancement that provides compression to the lower limb delivering arterial inflow. A treatment option for individuals with arterial disease resulting in ulcers, rest pain, night pain, graft failure etc.

BioCryo - Cold Compression

Cold Compression

BioCryo Cold Compression System is a gradient, sequential, pneumatic therapeutic compression device, intended for Ortho/Trauma- and Post-OP Recovery and Rehabilitation, Sports Recreation, Prophylaxis and Prevention of Injuries. The only gradient sequential cold therapy device on the market.

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All of our garments are made of high quality 200 Denier Nylon Oxford, coated with 3 mil of polyurethane to assure a level of water resistance that allows all of our sleeves to be cleaned. A simple connection system allows you to plug the sleeves into our pumps with ease and be operational within seconds.

DVT Pumps

DVT Pumps are pneumatic compression devices designed to prevent the occurrence of DVT (Deep Vein Thrombosis). It works by applying pressure sequentially up the foot and/or calf. The sleeve then deflates, allowing the veins to refill. DVT Pumps deliver pressure to increase blood flow so that blood does not clot.