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How Often Should You Do Compression Therapy?

Compression Therapy

Compression therapy, or compression sleeves, are worn to support muscles and tendons. The goal is to reduce inflammation and swelling in the affected area, which can help prevent injury. Compression therapy is also the most effective treatment for athletes who have suffered an injury that has caused acute swelling in their body tissue. Compression socks, sleeves, and wraps can be worn for short periods of time to help minimize pain and speed up recovery time.

The frequency with which you do compression therapy will depend on a variety of factors, including the type of injury or condition you are treating, your age, and your general health. However, we recommend doing compression therapy between 3-5 times per week, whenever possible for maximum recovery results.

The Benefits of Compression Therapy

Compression therapy isn't just for injuries! That's right! The benefits of this popular treatment option are truly endless!

  • Decrease muscle fatigue and joint stiffness

  • Reduce pain, swelling, and inflammation of your joints

  • Improve circulation and range of motion

  • Flush out lactic acid and chronic toxin build-up

  • Reduce fluid accumulation

  • Aid in prevention and elimination of early varicose veins

Are you ready to recover like a rock-star athlete? Stop into our office and see why our clients are obsessed with this powerhouse recovery treatment!

At Drip Doctors of Arkansas, we are an elite wellness lounge that offers a wide variety of services including, IV therapy, compression, cryotherapy, and facials/injections. Our team of medically-directed providers helps to identify and recommend services to our clients. We have physicians and nurse practitioners on staff supervising our services and treatments. It is our mission to provide prophylaxis, restoration, rejuvenation, and healing to all of our clients from day one.

Book an appointment with us by calling 1-888-362-3747 or by scheduling a visit right from our website, here:

“Less Aches and Pains, Revitalizing Your Complete Body for High-Performance Living”

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