Intermittent Pneumatic Compression Research

 

  • LESSEN PAIN SENSITIVITY Journal of Strength and Conditioning 2015
  • INCREASE RANGE OF MOTION. Journal of Strength and Conditioning 2014
  • PULSE COMPRESSION AS A TREATMENT FOR DOMS Journal of Athletic Training 2016
  • DECREASE MUSCLE FATIGUE AFTER ACUTE EXERCISE. PLOS One Medical Journal 2017
  • CLEAR METABOLITES PASSIVELY. Journal of Athletic Enhancement 2013
  • INCREASE OXYGENATED HEMOGLOBIN. Journal of Sport Rehabilitation 2018
  • IMPROVE ENDOTHELIAL FUNCTION. European Journal of Applied Physiology 2015
  • GENE EXPRESSION IN HUMAN MUSCLE TISSUE Clinical Physiology & Functional Imaging 2016

Below are links to research based on the clinical use of Normatec for a range of different interventions including- Exercise Recovery, vascular abnormalities and  post surgical lymph-oedema. 

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DYNAMIC COMPRESSION ENHANCES PRESSURE-TO PAIN THRESHOLD IN ELITE ATHLETE RECOVERYEXPLORATORY STUDY 2015

PERISTALTIC PULSE COMPRESSION UPREGULATES PGC-1Α AND ENOS IN HUMAN MUSCLE TISSUE.

 

PERIPHERAL CONDUIT AND RESISTANCE ARTERY FUNCTION ARE IMPROVED FOLLOWING PERISTALTIC PULSE COMPRESSION.

Comparison of a Pneumatic Compression Device to a Compression Garment During Recovery from DOMS 2018

 

Comparison of intermittent pneumatic compression and active recovery after sub‑maximal aerobic exercise in collegiate soccer players: in relation with heart rate variability and heart rate recovery 2021

Home-Based Intermittent Pneumatic Compression Therapy: The Impact in Chronic Leg Lymphedema in Patients Treated for Gynecologic Cancer 2022

 

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