Revitive Technology

Revitive uses scientifically tested

Electrical Muscle Stimulation (EMS)

EMS is a world-renowned technology that works by delivering electrical pulses that activate nerves in the body, causing muscles to contract and then relax. The body naturally uses electrical messages to tell muscles what to do. For example, EMS applied via the soles of the feet causes leg muscles to contract and produce a squeezing action on veins, which helps to push blood 'uphill', back to the heart. This squeezing action is what leg muscles naturally do when we walk.


Revitive’s Oxywave Technology was developed using our deep understanding of electrical muscle stimulation and circulation. Using Oxywave Technology the Revitive Circulation Booster pumps muscles in the legs and feet to increase oxygen-rich blood flow which could help relieve aches and pains for greater pain-free walking.

What is Electrical Muscle Stimulation (EMS)?

EMS works by delivering electrical pulses to the body. These activate motor nerves in the body, which in turn cause muscles to contract.

To see how EMS works in practice, let’s look at the problem of returning blood to the heart from lower parts of the body, such as the feet and legs. This is hard work for the circulation because this blood has to be pushed 'uphill'.

EMS applied via the soles of the feet activate motor nerves and causes the calf muscles to contract. REVITIVE does this while a person is seated rather than walking. EMS is not intended as a replacement for physical activity, but is ideal for use alongside it, to help improve blood flow in the legs.

Preventing or stopping the pooling of blood and fluid in the feet and ankles is important as pooling of blood, as a result of being seated for too long, for example, can cause pain, swelling and ‘heavy’, aching legs. EMS has been shown to improve the circulation and offer a wide range of medical benefits, including making muscles stronger and reducing swelling and pain due to fluid build-up (oedema).

Consult your health professional before use. Unsuitable if you are fitted with an electronic implanted device such as a heart pacemaker or Automatic Implantable Cardioverter Defibrillator (AICD); pregnant; being treated for, or have symptoms of Deep Vein Thrombosis (DVT): such as pain, swelling and tenderness, heavy ache, warm or red skin in the leg. Always read the label. Follow the instructions for use. If symptoms persist, talk to your health professional. Individual results may vary. Copyright © 2018 Actegy Ltd. All rights reserved