Does Cryotherapy help with Strokes?

Cryotherapy reduces the degree of spasticity in the leg muscles without altering JPS in chronic hemiparetic stroke patients.

Does the Infrared Sauna Pod help with Strokes?

The heat from the sauna relaxes the body’s muscles, improves circulation and stimulates the release of endorphins.

Does Hydromassage help with Strokes?

Remedial and Hydromassage may benefit stroke patients in various ways: Reduced stiffness/improved mobility and posture. Improved strength. Reduced pain and cramping.

Does Lymphatic Compression Massage help with Strokes?

Compression Massages encourages the body’s natural lymphatic drainage process, which assists the removal of toxins and waste products that build up under our skin, which in turn reduces the swelling.

Does PEMF help with Strokes?

PEMF therapy has shown great benefits for stroke rehabilitation. PEMF therapy improves stroke outcomes as it has a neuro-regenerative effect. As a result, applying PEMF for neurorehabilitation is an important advancement.

Does Red Light Therapy help with Strokes?

Red Light Therapy have the potential to improve subnormal, cellular activity of brain tissue that has been damaged by brain trauma.

Does Sound Vibration help with Strokes?

It’s long been known that Sound Vibration can help promote recovery after a stroke, an attack on the neural tissue caused by a disruption of blood flow to the brain.

Is NanoVi good for Strokes?

NanoVi’s structured water molecule treatment (also known as exclusion zone water/ EZ water can provide additional benefits when paired with Lymphatic massage, infrared saunas, red light therapy or PEMF therapy.