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Hours of Operation:
Mon : 10:00am - 6:00pm
Tue to Thurs : 10:00am - 7:00pm
Fri : 10:00am – 5:00pm
Sat : 9:00am – 3:00pm
Sun: CLOSED                                 
(Walk-ins Welcome Before 5:00pm)
Location
8825 Perimeter Park Blvd.
Suite 303
Jacksonville, Fl. 32216

 

Phone: 904-474-2796

NORMATEC

HOW IT WORKS

     NormaTec’s patented Sequential Pulse Technology sets it apart from any other massage compression device by synergistically combining three distinct massage techniques – Pulsing, Gradient Hold, and Distal Release – to speed the body’s recovery process.

     Pulsing action of the equipment mimics the muscle

pump of the arms or legs, greatly enhancing the

movement of fluid and metabolites out of the limbs

after intense use.

     The Gradient hold utilizes constant pressure to keep the

body’s fluids from being forced to one end of the limb while

the Pulsing continues.

     Distal Release prevents any backflow of fluids by releasing

the hold pressures in each zone as soon as possible allowing

each limb to gain maximal rest time without a significant

pause between compression cycles

     Users include members of elite NCAA programs, the majority of NFL, NBA, and NHL teams; the US Navy Seals; and the US Olympic Committee. Clients will notice a reduction in swelling, pain and an increased range of motion.

     The systems include a control unit and attachments which go on the legs, arms, or hips. They use compressed air to massage your limbs, mobilize fluid, and speed recovery with our patented NormaTec Pulse Massage Pattern. When you use our systems, you will first experience a pre-inflate cycle, during which the connected attachments are molded to your exact body shape. The session will then begin by compressing your feet, hands, or upper quad (depending on which attachment you are using). Similar to the kneading and stroking done during a massage, each segment of the attachment will first compress in a pulsing manner and then release. This will repeat for each segment of the attachment as the compression pattern works its way up your limb. 

 

 

 

SCIENCE

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. http://www.ncbi.nlm.nih.gov/pubmed/24531439

The NormaTec® Pulse Massage Pattern

 

The NormaTec Pulse Massage Pattern starts in the foot, hand, or lower hip and moves upwards zone-by-zone massaging the limb and mobilizing fluid out of the extremities.

Created by a physician bioengineer (MD, PhD) to enhance blood flow and speed recovery, NormaTec Pulse Massage Pattern employs three key techniques to maximize your recovery:

Pulsing: Instead of using static compression (squeezing) to transport fluid out of the limbs, Sequential Pulse Technology uses dynamic compression (pulsing). Our patented pulsing action more effectively mimics the muscle pump of the legs and arms, greatly enhancing the movement of fluid and metabolites out of the limbs after an intense workout.

Gradients: Veins and lymphatic vessels have one-way valves that prevent fluid backflow. Similarly, NormaTec Pulse Technology uses hold pressures to keep fluids from being forced the wrong direction. Because of this enhancement, instead of tapering pressure off, the PULSE can deliver maximum pressure in every zone.

Distal release: Because extended static pressure can be detrimental to the body’s normal circulatory flow, Sequential Pulse Technology releases 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.