Inflammation and swelling are not only uncomfortable, but they can also inhibit the healing process. Compression increases pressure at the site of swelling and encourages fluid to flow from the swollen, high-pressure area to the unaffected low-pressure area.
Active compression helps stimulate the flow of lymph fluid, which carries vital nutrients to the damaged tissues surrounding the injury. Lymph fluid is also important for removing waste from cells and body tissues, an important function during the tissue regeneration process.
Injured tissue requires oxygen for it to repair itself. However, swelling can inhibit the flow of blood to an injury, slowing down the healing process. Active compression helps improve blood flow, thereby enhancing the delivery of oxygen to damaged tissue.
The combination of reduced swelling and delivery of oxygen and nutrients to the injury site enables more rapid tissue repair and an overall faster healing process.
Supports pain management, helps reduce inflammation, speeds up recovery from bruising, enhances blood flow, allows support with a full range of motion, supports and prevents joint injury.
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