Compression Pump Therapy is increasingly recognized as an effective treatment for lymphedema.

Pneumatic Compression Pumps, also known as Intermittent Pneumatic Compression (IPC), are devices used to treat lymphedema by using air pressure to compress and massage the legs or arms. Te device can help improve circulation and reduce swelling in people with venous insufficiency or lymphedema, improving blood flow and reducing fluid buildup.

When choosing a pneumatic pump, it is important to look for one that has a high standard of quality and utility. A good pump should have at least three segments that work sequentially to apply pressure to the affected limb, starting at the hand or foot and working up to the torso.

This sequential compression helps to massage the affected area and move fluid build-up back to the torso, where it can be expelled naturally through the body’s systems. As the patient’s condition improves, the pressure can be increased to accommodate their tolerance level .

Using a Compression Pump is an easy. The pumps are lightweight, comfortable to wear during treatment, and are quiet. The best part is that it can be done from the comfort of your own home. Based on the ease and ability, a high degree of patients report overall satisfaction and a high degree of use among people surveyed.

Compression Devices are typically used in conjunction with other treatments, such as manual lymphatic drainage and compression garments to help manage the condition, and can be effective in reducing symptoms and improving overall quality of life.

If the Lymphedema Compression Pump was recommended and prescribed to you by a doctor or therapist, we offer complimentary tryout of arm and leg pumping at the office by pre/booked appointment only

Compression Pump Videos

Bio Compression Pneumatic Compression Pump Demo Video (SC-2008-DL)

Bio Compression Pneumatic Compression Pump Demo Video (SC-2004-DL)