The Revitive IX is a medical device designed to increase leg circulation. It uses Electrical Muscle Stimulation (EMS) to stimulate the muscles in your lower legs and feet to help counteract stasis and help maintain healthy legs. By placing your bare feet on each of the footpads, therapeutic electrical impulses stimulate the nerve endings on the soles of your feet. This causes the contraction and relaxation of muscles in the lower legs. This action is clinically proven to increase circulation.
Leg circulation – an uphill task
Working against gravity, your leg muscles act like a ‘second heart’ continually pumping blood up through your feet and legs. When you sit or stand for prolonged periods, especially if you are older or have certain medical conditions, the feet and leg muscles are inactive and can cause circulation problems. These problems can lead to a wide range of symptoms – including painful and aching legs & feet and swollen feet & ankles.
How Revitive works
Developed by researchers at leading UK universities, Revitive Circulation Booster is a drug-free, Class IIa medical device.
Revitive uses clinically proven Electrical Muscle Stimulation (EMS) to stimulate the calf muscles – actively improving circulation and relieving painful legs & feet.
Reduces pain in legs & feet, Reduces Swollen feet and ankles, Alleviates cramp and Actively improves circulation.
Suitable for those with: Poorer circulation a sedentary lifestyle and limited mobility.
Revitive IX – powerful and effective, featuring the IsoRocker.
IsoRocker system – gently allows ankle joint movement to replicate heel-toe raises. This rocking motion allows movement of the ankle joint, without placing undue pressure on legs and feet.
Medical Expert’s Opinion
“We have tested and used Revitive and have found that it is very effective at stimulating the muscles of the feet and lower legs, causing a very good increase in blood flow. I am so impressed that I will be using it myself.”
Professor Mark Whiteley, Vascular Surgeon & Director of The Whiteley Clinic, Guildford & Harley Street.