STUTTGART, Germany, November 11 /PRNewswire/ -- New WBA heavyweight champion David 'The Hayemaker' Haye appears barely bruised just days after a gruelling fight where he defeated 7-foot-tall 'Beast from the East' Nikolai Valuev, thanks to a new healing technology which helps him recuperate from injuries and which has been hailed by some of the world's top plastic surgeons as the ideal solution for their facelift and breast augmentation patients. Hilotherapy (http://www.hilotherapy.com) is a patented treatment which drastically reduces post-trauma swelling and pain -in many instances eliminating bruising altogether- by circulating cool water through adaptable cuffs that comfortably fit most parts of the body and face, avoiding the risk of nerve and tissue damage by using controlled temperatures.
According to Stuart Watkins, Director;
The trouble with traditional coolants such as ice compresses or gel pads is they stop the healing process and can seriously damage skin and tissue - even cause frostbite/paralysis. Unlike Hilotherapy, an advanced pain management solution proven to improve the healing time and dramatically reduce swelling, pain and bruising.
English professional boxer 'The Hayemaker' had been forced to withdraw from the championship match scheduled in June because of an injury. To treat this and get him ready for the upcoming encounter his physiotherapist Kevin Lidlow introduced him to Hilotherapy. Lidlow was familiar with the technology as it's already widely used by top athletes and professional sports clubs around Europe including Bundesliga teams 1899 Hoffenheim, Bayern Munich and Hannover 96.
According to David Haye;
I was thoroughly impressed with how comfortable and effective the treatment is for both new and old injuries - I knew I had to purchase one for myself as it would help me recuperate much faster. I'm looking forward to defending my new title with the help of Hilotherapy.
Hilotherapy can be used all over the body: anywhere where swelling, pain and haematoma are present or need to be prevented. The adaptable cuffs can be set at the exact required temperature, to the degree, anywhere between +10(degrees)C and +30(degrees)C to promote the body's natural healing forces.
According to Stuart Watkins;
Hilotherapy is set to revolutionise medicinal therapy and can be applicable to a number of fields - it is currently widely used in sports injury, plastic surgery, maxillofacial and orthopaedic surgery but can be used for a number of other applications.
SOURCE: HILOTHERM GmbH
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