Diathermy Heat - Body Heat Wraps
The term Diathermy is derived from the Greek words Therma, meaning heat, and Dia, meaning through. Diathermy literally means heating through.
The therapeutic effects of heat have been recognised for more than 2,000 years in fact the Romans took advantage of heat therapies by building Hot-Spring Bathhouses.
Since then, various methods of using heat have evolved.
How It Works
Diathermy Heat Body Wraps machines use high frequency electromagnetic currents, which cause molecules deep in the tissue to vibrate, heating the tissue and rapidly raising the sub dermal temperature to around 40C in the area to which it is being applied which improves circulation by the dilation of blood vessels.
The absorbed heat is distributed throughout the body via the circulatory system and the client experiences a sense of well-being and relaxation.
Diathermy Heat machines are used to speed up recovery after injury by heating deep muscular tissues, increasing blood flow.
The deep tissue heat increases metabolism and blood circulation, which accelerates tissue repair and also helps to relieve:
- Muscle spasm
- Strained muscles
- Stiff and painful joints
How It Fights Cellulite
In the treatment for reducing cellulite Diathermy Heat machines break down and mobilise the fat droplets (also known as Cellulite) so that the Liposome’s can dispose of these fats as waste via the Lymphatic system and through the skin by perspiration totally detoxifying the body
Diathermy Heat machines are also successfully used as an additional service for muscle relaxation before/after a massage session or to infuse muscle relaxation and cellulite/firming products.
For years, physiotherapists and physical therapists have used Diathermy Heat as a routine part of physical rehabilitation.
- No downtime
- Results in just weeks
- Enhances your personal appearance
- Assists in weight loss
- Targets cellulite breakdown
- Measurable fluid loss after treatment
- Improve skin tone
- Soothes tension and pain
- Healing aid to sore muscles and joints
- Helps detoxification
- Targets lymphatic drainage
- Induces a sense of well-being and relaxation
- Encourages and motivates a healthier lifestyle
- Extremely beneficial for the elderly.