Good Blood Flow Introduces Circulation Improvement Device

CV2 Dramatically Increases Venous and Arterial Blood Flow, Addresses Broad Range of Lower Extremity Issues

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CV2 - Circulation Improvement Device

Not only can the CV2 help alleviate many leg ailments, but it can also be used in people’s daily routines so as to prevent or minimize the many serious conditions associated with poor circulation.

Wilmington, North Carolina (PRWEB) March 12, 2014

Good Blood Flow (GO2, LLC) introduces the CV2, a wellness product that can effectively increase circulation for nearly everybody — from those with limited mobility and/or the inability to exercise, to recovering after running or biking long distances.

Published medical research (American Surgeon, Vol. 77, No. 8, August 2011) has demonstrated that treadling on low-resistance devices such as the CV2 can dramatically increase the velocity of blood flow out of and into the lower extremities. Therapeutic benefits of the CV2 include:

1. Relief from the effects of:

  •      Poor circulation in the veins (i.e. “venous stasis disease” with and without leg sores)
  •      Poor circulation in the arteries (i.e. “PAD” with claudication/leg cramps, and sores due to ischemia)
  •      Restless Leg Syndrome (RLS)

2. Proven reduction in leg pain and edema in the legs

3. Assistance with night cramps, wound healing, (diabetic) foot/leg ulcers, injury recovery and athletic recovery.

“Many patients are home-bound, bed-bound or really have difficulty exercising because of heart or other medical issues,” states Dr. William Hope, a surgeon. “I have observed improvements in arterial and venous blood flow with the CV2 and consider the device a potential life saver.”

The CV2 is a relatively small, movable platform on which one places his feet and moves them up and down at the ankles similar to a treadle-operated sewing machine. Low mechanical resistance and active-assisted recruitment make the device easy to use and encourage compliance. People typically watch TV or work at a desk when treadling with the CV2.

“It became apparent to me that the chronic geriatric symptoms of aging were lessened by exercise,” states Dr. Marsha Fretwell, a geriatrician. “The CV2’s ability to improve blood flow out of the lower extremities has been useful in three areas: reducing edema, minimizing the number of times people need to void during the night, and faster healing of wounds on the feet and ankles.”

The CV2 is painless, easy to use, non-fatiguing and non-invasive. It does not use electricity or any external power source, nor requires any attachments (pads, cords) to the body.

“The CV2 is so easy to use that sometimes I don’t even realize I am doing it,” states Tommy Vann, a CV2 customer who has used the CV2 for several months. “I have had much less swelling in my legs since using the CV2 and haven’t used a diuretic for over a month.”

“We see a great opportunity for the CV2 to help millions of people,” states James Hundley, Jr., Founder and CEO of GO2, LLC. “Not only can the CV2 help alleviate many leg ailments, but it can also be used in people’s daily routines so as to prevent or minimize the many serious conditions associated with poor circulation.”

The CV2 is available today from Good Blood Flow (GO2, LLC) and its growing list of distributors. The MSRP is $299. Distributors interested in offering the CV2 should send an e-mail to info(at)GoodBloodFlow(dot)com.

For more information about the CV2:
Website: http://www.GoodBloodFlow.com
Facebook: http://www.facebook.com/GoodBloodFlow
Twitter: http://www.twitter.com/GoodBloodFlow
YouTube: http://www.youtube.com/user/GoodBloodFlow

Note: Photography, interviews and demonstrations available upon request. Please contact Mitch Strobin at mstrobin(at)GoodBloodFlow(dot)com or at (919) 960-3581.


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