The advantages of this technique are the following:
- It improves the functioning of the circulatory system and helps to eliminate the toxins that the lymphatic system has collected, helps to fight against fluid retention.
- It is not an invasive treatment, and does not require recovery time unlike other techniques or treatments for poor circulation.
- The process is painless and is relatively short. It usually does not last more than 30 minutes per session.
- Compared with other treatments that promise the same results, it is more economical.
In addition to improving circulation, by losing tension in the muscles, the patient will notice the body more relaxed, noticing a sense of well-being.
On the other hand, there are also disadvantages that are summarized in the following:
Like many medications, this treatment has contraindications related to possible thrombi, which although the possibility is very small, can occur. That is why, before performing any treatment you have to go to a specialist and depending on the characteristics of the person, you will be advised if the treatment is recommended or not for him / her. It is necessary to explain possible diseases and detail all the information about our possible body.