The most notable product in their lineup is the NormaTec Recovery System, which utilizes a patented form of pneumatic compression to aid in muscle recovery and improve circulation. The system typically consists of leg, arm, or hip attachments that use air compression to massage specific areas of the body, helping to reduce soreness, inflammation, and fatigue.


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  • Faster Recovery
  • Reduced Muscle Fatigue
  • Injury Prevention
  • Performance Enhancement
  • Medical Applications
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The NormaTec Recovery System was developed by Dr. Laura F. Jacobs, a physician and engineer. She created the technology to address circulation and fluid dynamics in patients who had undergone major surgeries. The initial idea was to design a device that would help prevent deep vein thrombosis (DVT) and improve post-surgery recovery. Over time, the technology gained popularity in the athletic and fitness world. Athletes, including professional sports teams, started using the NormaTec Recovery System as a way to expedite recovery and enhance performance. The system’s benefits for muscle recovery and fatigue reduction became well-known in the sports and fitness community.


The NormaTec Recovery System works through a process called pneumatic compression therapy. Pneumatic compression involves the use of air pressure to massage and stimulate the body’s circulatory and lymphatic systems. The system consists of specialized attachments that are worn on the limbs (legs, arms, or hips), and these attachments are connected to a control unit that regulates the air pressure and compression cycles.

Attachment Placement: The user wears the appropriate attachment over the targeted area. For example, if you’re focusing on leg recovery, you would wear the leg attachments.

Sequential Compression: The NormaTec system uses a patented method of sequential compression. This means that the attachments inflate and deflate in a specific order, starting from the furthest point of the limb and moving towards the body. This mimics the natural movement of blood and lymphatic fluid in the body.

Dynamic Pulsing: Within each attachment, there are individual chambers that inflate and deflate in a pulsating manner. This dynamic pulsing creates a “milking” effect that helps to move fluids along the limbs and back towards the heart.

Pressure Gradient: The pressure exerted by the attachments is highest at the furthest point from the body and gradually decreases as it moves closer to the body. This pressure gradient promotes the movement of fluids, such as blood and lymph, out of the limbs and towards the central circulatory system.

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