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Improve Circulation

and reap benefits in:


Why circulation matters

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Circulation refers to the constant movement of blood around the body, made possible by the pumping action of the heart. The most important function is delivering blood rich in Oxygen to farthest parts of the body, while removing carbon dioxide and waste materials.


Poor circulation can occur as we age or because of genetic and other disorders like diabetes - It can result in severe discomfort often leading to more serious symptoms.


Regular exercise can improve circulation. When due to age or other reasons, exercise is not possible, Niagara offers a proven alternative to treat circulation issues at home. Call us for more details >


How Niagara works?

Why Niagara is effective

The Niagara Cyclo-Massage unit has a 3D suspension in a circular movement. This type of suspension can help massaging action penetrate gently and deeply into the body. 

This is different from those generic massagers which mainly have a hammering movement.

See 3D motion in action

Is Niagara right for you?

Couple on a Run

You can consider Niagara for following health benefits:

  • Circulation treatment due to age or injury or disease like Diabetes

  • Edema or swelling treatment

  • Joint pains or back pain

Regulatory approved in multiple countries for 

  • Approved for treatment of: 

  • Local area blood flow

  • Joint mobilization

  • Chronic Edema

  • Musculo Skeletal pain

Who uses Niagara?

Sports personalities

  • David Sawtell, Para Long Drive champion

  • Michael Braun, Footballer

  • Australian Institute Of Sport, Canberra 

  • National Disability Insurance Scheme Australian Defence Force, Sydney Australia

  • Taranaki Base Hospital, Plymouth NZ

Leading Age Care Centres

  • Uniting Group Australia

  • BlueCare Group Australia

  • Regis Aged care, Australia

  • Assunta Hospital Selangor, Malaysia

  • Taiwan Nursing & Aged Care Homes

  • Hong Kong Nursing & Aged Care Homes

Leading hospitals

  • NHS Hospitals UK

  • Sydney University Medical department

  • Royal North Shore Hospital, Sydney

  • Taipei Veterans Hospital

  • Taipei Medical University Hospital

  • Hong Kong Orthopaedic and Spine Centre

  • Nanjing Gulou Hospital. China

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