Combination of massages and treatments

A pressotherapy device that activates the circulation (venous and lymphatic) through a massage, getting a lymph-draining effect and stimulating the interstitial liquids which are not reabsorbed by the venous system.


Presotherapy is a method widely used to prevent liquid retention and favour venous drainage. The contractions produced by the massage allow the elimination of retained liquids and toxins, favouring correct circulation and helping in the nourishment of the cells. adagyo combines a large variety of massages in various treatments to adapt to the individual needs of each patient.

Thanks to the effectiveness of the treatments, the adagyo equipment is soon repaid. The sessions can last 20 or 30 minutes, allowing a greater rotation of clients and with a more satisfactory result.



adagyo works using covers or boots (specially designed for presotherapy) which cover the legs, abdominal area and glutei and apply an increasing positive sequential pressure to the body. Through these waves of pressure, adagyo stimulates the circulatory system, producing lymphatic drainage and favouring the elimination of liquids, fat and toxins which cause cellulite, oedemas, lymphoedemas and venous disorders such as varicose veins. The pressure produced by adagyo works simultaneously on three areas: muscle, cellular tissue and the circulatory system.



What is presotherapy?

Presotherapy is a method widely used to prevent liquid retention and favour venous drainage. It works by means of a massage that activates the venous as well as the lymphatic circulation, offering a lymph draining effect and stimulating the reabsorption of the interstitial fluids that are not reabsorbed by the venous system. The contractions produced by the massage allow the elimination of retained liquids and toxins, favouring correct circulation and helping in the nourishment of the cells.


How does adagyo work?

adagyo works using covers or boots specially designed for presotherapy which apply an increasing positive sequential pressure to the body. Through these waves of pressure, adagyo stimulates the circulatory system, producing lymphatic drainage and favouring the elimination of liquids, fat and toxins which cause cellulite, oedemas, lymphoedemas and venous disorders such as varicose veins.


On which areas does adagyo work?

The pressure produced by adagyo works simultaneously on three areas offering different benefits:

Effects on the muscular zones: it produces a firming and toning effect on the muscular fibres. Furthermore, it helps mobilise the organism’s fat deposits causing a reducing effect.

Cellular tissue zones: it favours the mobilisation and reabsorption of the interstitial fluids, helping drainage.

Circulatory effects: it favours returning blood circulation providing the tissues with oxygenation.


What treatments can be carried out with adagyo?

The following treatments can be done with adagyo: elimination of toxins, reduction of cellulite, body firming, general volume reduction, muscular toning, muscular massage and stimulating the circulatory system.


How frequently should presotherapy treatments be carried out?

To obtain the best results with presotherapy, we recommend that clients receive between 8 and 15 sessions, depending on the individual needs of each one. Weekly treatments are recommended in order to obtain the desired results.


Can I combine adagyo treatments with other technology?

Yes, you can. Although adagyo treatments offer very good results, combining them with other technology will enhance their effect. cocoon medical recommends obtaining a proper diagnosis so you can achieve the perfect, desired results.


Does adagyo treatments have any side-effects?

Contraindications for presotherapy treatments are almost non-existent, however, this kind of treatment is not indicated for people with illnesses such as tumours, arthritis or pulmonary oedema.

* toxins elimination

* cellulite reduction

* body reaffirmation

* generalized volume reduction

* muscle toning

* muscle massage

* circulatory system stimulation

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