Oil is used for Cavitation if the person who is getting treatment prefers it because it can be applied directly to the skin and does not cause any pressure loss. However, you have to be careful not to use too much oil because if the oil prevents the Cavitation from occurring, your results will be worse than if you had used water. If you don’t want to use water, oil is a good option because it has vitamins that improve your skin’s appearance.
A technician will need to place an amount of liquid into the cavitation machine. This liquid is usually water, but it can also be a saline solution or orange juice. Next, apply the desired pressure level on the pump before turning it on and placing it in an enclosed container like a metal tank or a plastic barrel. Finally, the press starts and the container’s liquid turns into a bubble.
The first step to using oil for Cavitation is to set up the machine.
The first step to using oil for Cavitation is to set up the machine. Technical support from a company that makes the pump is helpful because they will know how much liquid is necessary for a given process. It can take a lot of time and trial and error to get this right.
Oil-based products are more effective than water-based products.
It is because they also require direct contact with tissue to work effectively instead of water-based products that can be used in pressurized containers and directly on the skin. The inclusion of oxygen helps to bring out better results with these oils. However, they can also cause skin irritation.
Use a minimum of oil for Cavitation.
When using oil for Cavitation, use a minimum amount of oil to fill the container. The best way to get this right is to contact technical support from the company that makes the pump you are using because they will know exactly how much liquid is needed. Water-based products provide better results than oils, and better results can usually be obtained by adding oxygen to the product, which creates ozone on top of the liquid.
Canola oil is a good choice for Cavitation.
Canola oil is a good choice for Cavitation because it is a rich source of Omega 3 and 6 fatty acids, which help to reduce the appearance of fine lines and wrinkles. Omega 3 can also be used to fight inflammation, while omega 6 helps improve the appearance of the skin and assist in collagen production.
What is Cavitation Therapy?
Cavitation Therapy is a technology-based approach to improving health and eliminating pain by creating microscopic bubbles in body tissues. The process of breaking down waste products and harmful substances in the body causes healthy cells to release growth factors needed to produce new cells.
How does it work?
When low pulsating pressure is applied to an area of the body, a whirlpool effect creates tiny bubbles inside the soft tissue. These micro-bubbles then burst (cavitate), emitting shock waves that travel through the connective tissue until they reach joints and other areas of restriction in the deeper layers of the muscles, bones, tendons, ligaments, or even organ systems deep within the body. The shock waves exert pressure on the trapped metabolic waste in the soft tissues, causing them to be released.
What ailments can be treated with Cavitation?
Cavitation is a highly effective treatment for reducing pain and improving the function of soft tissue injuries, whether acute or chronic. Conditions such as arthritis, bursitis, tendonitis, back & neck pain, and whiplash injuries respond well to cavitation therapy’s gentle yet powerful nature. The release of metabolic waste products during a session helps improve circulation and oxygenation of the cells involved in healing soft tissue injuries.
Is it safe?
Cavitation therapy is very safe for most people without any serious side effects. The only potential for problems that has occurred is due to the release of hydrogen and oxygen gas by the cavitation bubbles. If a patient has a condition that weakens their heart’s ability to compensate for this, it could show up as a short-term problem in their circulation. For example, if you have very weak blood pressure which doesn’t respond well to treatment with salt water and are pre-hypertensive (hypertensive before your blood pressure is measured), then cavitation therapy can cause you to become hypotensive (low blood pressure). The potential for this happening normally does not occur unless one of these conditions is present already. Ibuprofen can be used safely and effectively at the same time as cavitation therapy if necessary.