Decompression therapy provides a very useful therapy for painful soft tissue conditions. One common source of soft tissue pain is post-surgical wounds. Following surgery the body scars the entire area as a part of the natural healing process. The body choose the type of tissue repair and the extent of the injury calls for rapid cross hatch closure. This type of scarring tends to be random
This healing process often traps nerves, lymph fluids are retained as the drainage system is cut, and vascular flows of blood are reduced as a result of being cut as well.. These blockages slow the natural process often resulting in pain.
The healing process can be hastened using negative pressure. This principle was first proved in Russian clinical trials where the application of negative pressure cut the time to close the wound by half. This dramatic result prompted a patent race in the US to control this new application. It only decade for the application of sub-atmospheric pressure to become a mainstream therapy in wound healing therapy.
The same results are seen in ancient wounds. The medical community does not address these tissue issues because they require time-consuming bodywork, the insurance companies limit coverage leaving the injured person to skip rehabilitation. The result is a lot of people walking around wounded. A little pain here and there. This pain occurs anywhere in the body. Common areas include back, legs, shoulders, neck. and feet.
Stress can reside in the muscles remaining tight causing blockages in the normal tissue function. Stress constricts the tissue and reduces the disposal of accumulated toxic waste and the influx of fresh oxygenated blood. The result can be discomfort and even pain.