Activate potential. Maximise recovery.
Compex is a small device which trains your muscles via neuromuscular electrical stimulation by sending pulses to nerve fibers, creating involuntary contractions.
Compex Muscle Stimulation offers activation of up to 100 percent of your muscle fibres. The stimulation brings fresh oxygen and nutrients to the muscles, aiding the body to flush toxins, assisting you to achieve your best muscular potential.
Compex works by sending a signal to the motor nerve of the muscle causing it to contract. This builds muscle mass, increases blood flow, removes lactic acid, releases endorphins, and promotes muscle relaxation.
- Decreases muscle atrophy and osteoarthritis
- Increases muscle strength, size and density
- Improves (VO2) max
- Enhances recovery after exertion
- Stimulates local blood circulation
- Improves core strength
- Increases vertical jump
*Individual results may vary. Australian medical endorsement is unavailable at this stage.
People with epilepsy or a pacemaker are unable to utilise Compex. Use of Compex by anyone who is pregnant, has a hernia, or cancer lesions must be cleared by a medical professional.
Transcutaneous Electrical Nerve Stimulation (TENS) provide pain relief for those suffering from acute and chronic pain conditions by sending electrical impulses to certain body parts to block pain signals from being transmitted to the brain. It is primarily used at the sensory level and doesn’t cause muscle contraction. Compex Muscle Stimulation is used to send a signal to the motor nerve of the muscle. This causes it to contract and build muscle mass, increase blood flow, remove lactic acid, release endorphins, and promote muscle relaxation.
Compex can be tailored to suit anyone’s needs.
Please contact us to discuss your goals. Treatment plans range from once monthly to daily depending on your needs.
Cryotherapy is a safe and effective treatment for most people, however it is unsuitable for anyone who has hypertension, a pacemaker, a heart condition, deep vein thrombosis, cold allergy, cancer (or previously had cancer), or is pregnant.