ProMotion EV1 in Tennis

Discover why Tennis players use ProMOTION EV1

Why use EV1?

Tennis players often experience sprains, strains and pains due to the significant load on the body from repetitive swings, rapid changes of direction, and long-lasting sets.

ProMOTION EV1 is used by players and their physios all over the world, providing targeted therapy, which can be applied across the body at ease, to help keep players performing through sets.



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Versatile & portable

ProMOTION EV1 provides targeted and accurately controlled cooling, heating and compression therapy, which can be used before and after practice or competitive matches.

The cutting-edge therapy device can also be used as part of your warm up and cool down programme mid-tournament.

Its small and highly portable nature makes it the ideal therapy tool for use in touring sports like tennis, where it can be popped into a suitcase or carried in its compact carry case. 

It requires no water, ice or electrical tethering meaning you can access your therapy wherever and whenever you need it.

EV1 Provides:

Cold therapy – cryotherapy has been shown to relieve pain and inflammation from acute injuries such as muscle or tendon strains, and ligament sprains.

Contrast (hot/cold) therapy – for when inflammation begins to stop and new tissues are forming. Contrast therapy is typically done through cold and warm water immersion, but with ProMOTION EV1 there is no need for water or ice.

Heat therapy – used in the final stage of healing to aid with the alignment and pliability of tissues and make them stronger. Heat therapy has been shown to help to relieve ongoing niggles such as lower back pain and Delayed Onset Muscle Soreness (DOMS).

Compression – adding compression has been shown to increase the magnitude of the effects of cold or heat therapy. Static or intermittent compression levels can be set with ease on ProMOTION EV1.

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