Bodi-Tek Circulation Plus
If you are otherwise healthy, but work for long periods at a desk or have a sedentary lifestyle then Circulation Plus could help boost lower leg circulation. If you suffer from any medical conditions please consult your doctor for advice before using Circulation Plus.
- May help improve lower leg and foot circulation
- Uses advanced Electrical Muscle Stimulation (EMS) technology
- Adjustable intensity settings
- Multiple programmes
- Handy control unit
Circulation Plus uses EMS technology to repeatedly contract and relax the muscles in the lower legs and feet. The repeated contraction and relaxation of the muscles in the lower legs and feet in turn induces the “muscle pump action”, which may boost blood flow and blood circulation.
How to use
Switch the unit on and relax into a seated position. Place clean and dry, bare feet on the foot plates and adjust the timer to the level you require.
We recommend you begin on a low level of muscle stimulation until you get use to the sensation before progressing to higher levels.
Circulation Plus is not suitable if:
- You have an electronic implant (e.g. cardiac pacemaker)
- You are in the early stages of pregnancy
- You are being treated for existing DVT (deep vein thrombosis)
- You have broken skin on the soles of your feet
Please get your doctor’s permission before using the Bodi-Tek Circulation Plus if:
- You have a history of heart disease or cardiac condition
- If you suffer from epilepsy or multiple sclerosis
- If you suffer from phlebitis in its active phase (inflammation of a vein)
- If you suffer from inflamed tissue through disease or injury
- If you suffer from varicose veins in its later stage
- If using for a medical condition
- If you suffer from reduced sensitivity in lower legs and feet (associated with diabetes).
- If you are in any doubt about using the Bodi-Tek Circulation Plus for any reason, please consult your doctor before use
- Please get your doctor's permission before using the Bodi-Tek Circulation Plus
Some commonly asked questions
Q. What is EMS?
A. When exercising, muscles receive small electrical signals via nerve endings to stimulate a muscle contraction. Once the muscle has contracted and the nerve is no longer sending a signal, the muscle relaxes. EMS mimics these signals to reproduce these muscle contractions.
Q. What does it feel like?
A. On lower levels, you will feel a tingling sensation. As the levels are increased, your lower leg muscles will contract and relax.
- Circulation Plus unit
Hand held remote control