GRAND JUNCTION, Colo.--(BUSINESS WIRE)--AVEX (https://footbeat.com/), a leader in active recovery through increased circulation, will attend and demo its innovative Footbeat product in booth No. 8105 at the National Athletic Trainers’ Association (NATA) conference in Houston, Texas, on June 26–29, 2017.
Footbeat is a first-in-class athletic recovery device that acts as a heart for your feet and legs. Contained within a pair of insoles, Footbeat pushes a small pad in and out of the arch of the foot every 35 seconds. The pad adjusts to the height and the contour of the arch with each compression, providing a customized recovery experience. This cyclic action moves up to 25cc of blood up the deep veins of the legs, boosting circulation in the surrounding muscles and tissues. No wires, tubes, or compressors are required during operation. And because Footbeat are worn in shoes, they can go anywhere you go, delivering active recovery without slowing you down.
“Imagine you could push your workouts harder and longer, recover from your training quicker, and have more energy and less fatigue for the next workout. You would improve dramatically, outpacing the competition and reaching personal bests,” said Matt Mayer, CEO of Footbeat. “Getting there requires a faster and more complete muscle recovery from training. Footbeat delivers this, by speeding up the recovery process through enhanced circulation.”
NATA was founded in 1950 and is the professional membership association for more than 43,000 certified athletic trainers and others who support the athletic training profession. NATA’s mission is to represent, engage and foster the continued growth and development of the athletic training profession and athletic trainers as unique health care providers.
Since launching in April 2017, Footbeat has achieved numerous milestones, including:
- U.S. Medical Device Listing
- Online retail sales launch
- Sales and distribution expansion into Chicago, Colorado, Iowa, Texas, Pennsylvania, Arizona and San Diego
The response in the athletic community has been tremendous. Athletes and trainers are looking for an edge that’s effective yet easy to use.
“My leg feels so relaxed! This is huge!” said Iñigo San Millán, Faculty, Primary Care Sports Medicine Fellowship and Director, Exercise Physiology and Human Performance Laboratory at the University of Colorado Hospital. “Besides the clinical applications for millions of people worldwide, the applications for athletes of all levels and categories are huge. I have the sense that this device could be a revolution in the athletic community!”
Footbeat is a first-in-class active recovery device, which fundamentally changes the method of circulatory enhancement in the lower extremities. Footbeat applies precise, cyclic pressure on the bottom of the foot to increase the body’s circulation, improving health and athletic performance. Footbeat is clinically proven, noninvasive, mobile, and easy to use, which leads to better compliance, superior results and improved health. To learn more about Footbeat, visit http://www.footbeat.com/.