At ECP Health Clinic, we specialise in External Counter Pulsation (ECP) Circulation Therapy, a scientifically proven, highly effective, non-invasive treatment that improves blood circulation. This treatment is ideal for individuals experiencing circulatory ailments, chronic stable angina, or heart disease. With its ability to enhance blood flow, ECP Therapy offers a safe and reliable solution for those looking to improve their health and well-being. Its proven efficacy and non-invasive nature make it an excellent choice for those seeking a high-quality treatment option in cardiovascular health.
What is ECP Therapy?
If you suffer from or are at risk of heart disease, chronic stable angina, cardiovascular or circulation health problems? Surgery and invasive procedures are not your only options!!…ECP Circulation Therapy provides various excellent benefits for the Heart & Body.
ECP Health Centres are located in various regions of New Zealand and Australia and are furnished with state-of-the-art ECP Therapy equipment. Our amiable and fully certified ECP health technicians manage these centres. We have custom-made treatment procedures that cater to the specific needs of every patient, and we employ clinically tested techniques for effective ECP Therapy treatment.
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Heart disease is the leading cause of mortality in New Zealand, affecting a considerable number of Kiwis annually. However, seeking medical attention during the initial stages of the disease can prevent many of these fatalities. With heart disease continuing to rise in New Zealand, it is imperative to inform those affected that various treatment options are available, including our FDA-approved treatments that promote enhanced circulation performance (ECP). This natural method of improving blood flow allows Kiwis to take control of their health and well-being and potentially avoid the catastrophic consequences of heart disease.
Heart disease is a group of health conditions that impact the heart, such as coronary heart disease, congestive heart failure, and arrhythmia. Its symptoms can be mild and easily confused with other illnesses, like chest pain, nausea, indigestion, dizziness, and fatigue. It is essential to have regular health check-ups to detect any potential issues. If diagnosed with heart disease, it can be overwhelming. Still, you can be confident that ECP offers safe, non-invasive treatment options that can effectively manage the disease, whether in its initial stages or during more severe stages.
Our organisation’s primary goal is to provide safe and effective treatments for heart disease in New Zealand. One such treatment is ECP therapy, which utilises advanced technology to stimulate the formation of new blood vessels in the body. This promotes healthy circulation of oxygenated blood to the heart, leading to an array of benefits such as improved heart strength, reduced blood pressure, decreased risk of further illness, and relief from symptoms associated with angina and heart failure. We aim to help individuals maintain a regular lifestyle by reducing the number of people impeded from daily activities due to heart disease.