What is air leg massager compression therapy and its benefits

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The Air Compression Massager Device is specifically designed for the treatment of varicosity, venous ulceration, various lymphedema, neuropathic pain, prevention of deep vein thrombosis (DVT), and many other conditions.

The device’s compressor inflates and deflates air cuffs in order to compress and massage large areas of the limbs. Its pressure and stimulation reach deep muscles, blood vessels, and lymphatic systems, inducing passive muscle movement and stimulating metabolic activity. It is suitable for healthcare applications involving post-operative patients, fractures, hemiplegia/paraplegia, bedridden individuals, and the elderly.


Does Compression Therapy Work?

Yes, compression therapy is effective and can improve the quality of life for people with various medical conditions. It is often prescribed by doctors to prevent venous insufficiency from worsening.leg massager for circulation

Benefits of Air Compression Massager:

  • Prevention of leg swelling for individuals who stand or sit for long periods, such as during long flights.
  • Management of varicose veins.
  • Prevention of deep vein thrombosis.
  • Improved healing of leg ulcers.
  • Prevention of leg ulcer recurrence.
  • Treatment of various secondary and primary lymphedema.
  • Improvement of chronic venous insufficiency and ulcer recurrence in older adults.

Indications for Use:

  1. Prevention of deep vein thrombosis (DVT).
  2. Treatment of various secondary and primary lymphedema.
  3. Upper limb lymphedema resulting from breast surgery.
  4. Lower limb edema during pregnancy.
  5. Varicosity and venous ulceration.
  6. Poor venous return in lower limbs due to prolonged bed rest.
  7. Muscle and neuropathic pain.
  8. Diabetic foot and diabetic peripheral neuritis.
  9. Intermittent claudication.
  10. Rehabilitation of limbs in hemiplegia, paraplegia, and cerebrovascular patients to prevent muscle atrophy (impaired circulation, swelling, and pain).


Working Principle:

Diagram of inflation and deflation of air cuffs.

The air compression massager repeatedly inflates and deflates the air chambers of the cuffs, applying circular pressure to the limbs and tissues. This intermittent pressure compresses the limbs uniformly and facilitates blood and lymph circulation.

Air leg massagers

A Mode: Massage

The A Mode simulates a hand massage, providing relief from fatigue by moving from one part of the limb to another.

B Mode: Therapy

The B Mode significantly enhances blood and lymph circulation, resulting in therapeutic benefits.

A/B Modes can be self-set for alternating operation, combining the benefits of massage and improved blood and lymph circulation. It is suitable for long-term use.

Applicable to Healing Parts: Single upper limb, single lower limb, double upper limbs, double lower limbs, single upper/lower limbs, waist.

Air Cuff Chambers: The device features a 4-chamber design that precisely promotes the return of venous blood, reducing the risk of thrombosis.


Safety Features: An internal insert inductor ensures that the pressure in the air chambers does not exceed the normal contractility blood pressure of the human body. In case of power failure, the pneumatic control device automatically releases the air pressure from the chambers.

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