Circulation Booster

Circulation booster
Circulation Booster V3
High tech health

The Circulation Booster™ V3 by High Tech Health is a device proven to improve circulation, reduce swelling, and lower levels of joint pain and numbness in the limbs.

Circulation boosters can be particularly effective for people with diabetes, especially those who suffer from diabetic neuropathy.

Neuropathy is  a particularly common diabetes complication which can cause amputation if left untreated.

The Circulation Booster™ V3 works by sending small electrical impulses through the nerve endings within the sole of the feet and lower leg. This then stimulates contraction of the muscles and improves the circulation.

Increase blood circulation

The Circulation Booster™ V3 is a proven way of increasing blood circulation, easing aches and pains and reducing swelling. For people  with diabetic neuropathy, this device could make a genuine difference to quality of life. The Circulation Booster™ is particularly effective for those people that suffer from:

  • Poor circulation
  • Swollen feet and ankles
  • Painful legs and feet
  • Sore muscles or aching joints

A single 30 minutes of therapy every day can provide a significant and lasting improvement in circulation. This thereby improves blood supply and decreases swelling. Using electrical muscle stimulation, the Circulation Booster™ includes four electrode pads to tackle different points of pain throughout the body.  

How does the Circulation Booster help?

The Circulation Booster™ V3 can help people with diabetes in the following ways:

  • Reduces swollen feet and ankles
  • Improves circulation
  • Alleviates aching feet and tired legs
  • Easy to use in the comfort of your home
  • Use for 30 minutes each day for best results

People with diabetes may be eligible to claim VAT relief on the Circulation Booster™. However, the Circulation Booster™ is not suitable for pregnant women, those people with a heart pacemaker, epilepsy or DVT.

Circulation Booster is a trademark of High Tech Health.

Your Comments
My friend has T2 diabetes and spina bifida, and is permanently in a wheelchair. Could he benefit from a circulation booster, as he could not stand on the machine?
Posted by Anne Stevens, Romford, Essex on Monday, February 06, 2012
I am a T2 diabetic with very painful neuropathy and oedema, and quite frankly, if this machine kills all the nerves in my feet I don't care! If it stops the pain and allows me to go walking again, it will be worth it. So far, 2 rave reviews from people who have tried it against 1 negative review from someone who has been frightened off by the medical priesthood - I think the yeahs have it! I'm going to get one and I will come back to you in a few months with my verdict.
Posted by Siôn Jones , Cymru on Friday, September 02, 2011
My dad bought me one and I must say amazing. Am type 1 and get cold feet and really sore legs from walking. since using this I've noticed a massive improvement.
Posted by ian prout, st helens on Monday, July 25, 2011
I also have diabetic neuropathy and was reommended one by my doctor. He said most dr's are loathe to recommend machines as they prefer to prescribe drugs etc. The results are astonishing. Obviously walking is the easiest way to boost circulation but if you are not that mobile then these machines can do it for you. Best £200 i have ever spent. Lots of my friends noticed how well I am from using it and have purchased themselves. I even wrote a letter to the manufacturers I was so impressed and have never ever done this for anything before.
Posted by Marcus Howe, Birmingham on Thursday, January 13, 2011
I recently had a Diabetic Neuropathy test on my feet and mentioned the Circulation Booster to the Doctor. She warned me off this machine, claiming it could cause nerve damage to my feet. I have decided to purchase a treadmill instead, and have ordered one.
Posted by Albert Horton, Birmingham UK on Monday, December 13, 2010
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