We would like to introduce you to our exclusive unlimited Normatec treatment program!
As many of you know, over the past decade I’ve been working with professional and collegiate athletes ranging from sports teams such as the LA Chargers, Olympians, everyday weekend warriors, and 9-5 athletes.
Through my years of experience I have learned that in order for athletes and weekend warriors to perform their best, they need proper recovery. One of the top reasons athletes get injured during sports is the lack of proper recovery, this causes them (or you) to compensate and create dysfunctional movement patterns, leading to an injury or in most cases, re-injury. This will ultimately stop them from being able to play their sport or risk permanent injury.
With this in mind, I invested in a brand new NormaTec recovery system for my athletes in order to help their (and your) recovery process. The results have been phenomenal and my athletes are back in action faster than ever. You can start having 20-minute treatments for only $20! That’s only a dollar a minute to feel lighter, faster and thoroughly recovered!
SIGN UP NOW for your first 20 min session for FREE!!!
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Recommendations will be made by Dr. Conley for you and your particular needs. These can range from 1-2 sessions a week up to 4 depending on your training intensity and volume. Most athletes can and do use this for a particular event so their usage will vary with each event they are training for. For those individuals who travel often, this is an amazing recovery system to get the ‘sludge’ in your legs moving and help get rid of that fatigued, dead leg feeling after traveling.
How does NormaTec work?
The NormaTec Pulse Recovery system utilizes a 5 zone compression to enhance blood flow, lymphatic drainage and speed recovery by using a pulse compression pattern with three key techniques to maximize your recovery:
- Pulsing: unlike other devices that use static compression, NormaTec uses a sequential pulse technology of dynamic compression (pulsing). It effectively mimics the muscle pump of the legs to greatly enhance the movement of fluid and metabolites out of the limbs after an intense workout.
- Gradients: Viens and lymphatic vessels have one-way valves that prevent fluid backflow. NormaTec pulse technology uses hold pressures to keep fluids from being forced in the wrong direction. Because of this enhancement, the NormaTec can deliver maximum pressure in every zone.
- Distal Release: Extended static pressure can be detrimental to the body’s normal circulatory flow, Sequential Pulse Technology release the hold pressures once they are no longer needed to prevent backflow. By releasing the hold pressure in each zone as soon as possible, each portion of the limb gains maximal rest time without a significant pause between compression cycles.
DYNAMIC COMPRESSION ENHANCES PRESSURE-TO-PAIN THRESHOLD IN ELITE ATHLETE RECOVERY: EXPLORATORY STUDY.
Journal of Strength & Conditioning Research 2015 May; 29(5):1263-72
“The purpose of this study was to assess peristaltic pulse dynamic compression (PPDC) in reducing short-term pressure-to-pain threshold (PPT) among Olympic Training Center athletes after morning training. […] We conclude that PPDC is a promising means of accelerating and enhancing recovery after the normal aggressive training that occurs in Olympic and aspiring Olympic athletes.” —view article on pubmed
PERISTALTIC PULSE COMPRESSION UPREGULATES PGC-1Α AND ENOS IN HUMAN MUSCLE TISSUE.
Experimental Physiology 2015 May 15
“We investigated whether a single 60 min bout of whole-leg, lower pressure external pneumatic compression (EPC) altered select vascular, metabolic, antioxidant and inflammation-related mRNAs. […] An acute bout of EPC transiently upregulates PGC-1α mRNA, while also upregulating eNOS protein and NOx concentrations in vastus lateralis biopsy samples” —view article on pubmed.
PERISTALTIC PULSE COMPRESSION OF THE LOWER EXTREMITY ENHANCES FLEXIBILITY.
Journal of Strength & Conditioning Research 2014 Apr; 28(4):1058-64
“This study investigated the effects of peristaltic pulse dynamic compression (PPDC) on range-of-motion (ROM) changes in forward splits. […] PPDC provides a means of rapidly enhancing acute ROM requiring less discomfort and time.” —view article on pubmed.
PERIPHERAL CONDUIT AND RESISTANCE ARTERY FUNCTION ARE IMPROVED FOLLOWING PERISTALTIC PULSE COMPRESSION.
European Journal of Applied Physiology 2015 May 16
“The purpose of this study was to determine the acute effects of a single bout of peristaltic pulse EPC on peripheral conduit and resistance artery function. […] Acutely, whole limb, lower pressure EPC improves conduit artery endothelial function systemically, but only improves RH blood flow locally (i.e., compressed limbs).” —view article on pubmed.