When blood flow needs a boost.

What is compression therapy for?

Your veins are responsible for bringing blood back to your heart. If your veins are unable to return blood to your heart quickly enough, blood can pool in your limbs. This can cause swelling or edema in your arms and legs, and increases the risk of clots, potentially leading to deep vein thrombosis (DVT).

Surgery and DVT Risk

Major surgery creates a particularly high risk of deep vein thrombosis (DVT). These blood clots, which form in the legs, can travel through the bloodstream to the lungs. A clot that blocks blood flow to the lungs is called Pulmonary Embolism (PE) which is a life-threatening condition. After major surgery, your doctor may prescribe drugs or a compression therapy device to prevent DVT.

A simple concept with profound benefits.

Compression therapy helps to stimulate blood flow. Compression decreases the pooling of blood in the lower leg and can decrease swelling. Used consistently, compression is a proven effective therapy for preventing DVT and for treating edema, venous insufficiency, lymphedema, and venous ulcers.

When blood flow needs a boost.

What is compression therapy for?

Your veins are responsible for bringing blood back to your heart. If your veins are unable to return blood to your heart quickly enough, blood can pool in your limbs. This can cause swelling or edema in your arms and legs, and increases the risk of clots, potentially leading to deep vein thrombosis (DVT).

Surgery and DVT Risk

Major surgery creates a particularly high risk of deep vein thrombosis (DVT). These blood clots, which form in the legs, can travel through the bloodstream to the lungs. A clot that blocks blood flow to the lungs is called Pulmonary Embolism (PE) which is a life-threatening condition. After major surgery, your doctor may prescribe drugs or a compression therapy device to prevent DVT.

A simple concept with profound benefits.

Compression therapy helps to stimulate blood flow. Compression decreases the pooling of blood in the lower leg and can decrease swelling. Used consistently, compression is a proven effective therapy for preventing DVT and for treating edema, venous insufficiency, lymphedema, and venous ulcers.

When blood flow needs a boost.

What is compression therapy for?

Your veins are responsible for bringing blood back to your heart. If your veins are unable to return blood to your heart quickly enough, blood can pool in your limbs. This can cause swelling or edema in your arms and legs, and increases the risk of clots, potentially leading to deep vein thrombosis (DVT).

Surgery and DVT Risk

Major surgery creates a particularly high risk of deep vein thrombosis (DVT). These blood clots, which form in the legs, can travel through the bloodstream to the lungs. A clot that blocks blood flow to the lungs is called Pulmonary Embolism (PE) which is a life-threatening condition. After major surgery, your doctor may prescribe drugs or a compression therapy device to prevent DVT.

A simple concept with profound benefits.

Compression therapy helps to stimulate blood flow. Compression decreases the pooling of blood in the lower leg and can decrease swelling. Used consistently, compression is a proven effective therapy for preventing DVT and for treating edema, venous insufficiency, lymphedema, and venous ulcers.

Caution: Cirvo device (2nd generation): Investigational device and not available for commercial sale.

Compression therapy is proven and well-established. But patients often struggle with their compression devices, using them less often or stopping sooner than prescribed. This underuse can lengthen healing time and increase risk. Risk might include blood clot, skin allergic reaction and soreness.


A new take on a proven therapy

The Cirvo Compression System is designed to deliver a similar patient experience, but encouraging improved compliance. A sleek design, quiet motor, and companion app combine to make Cirvo easy to use for as long as it’s needed.

Caution: Cirvo device (2nd generation): Investigational device and not available for commercial sale.

Compression therapy is proven and well established. But patients often struggle with their compression devices, using them less often or stopping sooner than prescribed. This underuse can lengthen healing time and increase risk. Risk might include blood clot, skin allergic reaction and soreness.

A new take on a proven therapy
The Cirvo Compression System is designed to deliver a similar patient experience, but encouraging improved compliance. A sleek design, quiet motor, and companion app combine to make Cirvo easy to use for as long as it’s needed.

Caution: Cirvo device (2nd generation): Investigational device and not available for commercial sale.

Compression therapy is proven and well established. But patients often struggle with their compression devices, using them less often or stopping sooner than prescribed. This underuse can lengthen healing time and increase risk.


A new take on a proven therapy

The Cirvo Compression System is designed to deliver a dramatically improved patient experience, encouraging improved compliance. A sleek design, quiet motor, and companion app combine to make Cirvo easy to use for as long as it’s needed.

Designed to get you moving.

The Cirvo System delivers traditional compression therapy in a decidedly non-traditional manner. Unlike standard pneumatic machines which rely on bulky inflatable sleeves and loud motors, Cirvo is designed to be truly portable and unobstrusive.

Cirvo uses a small, battery-powered motor and comfortable fabric compression bands to rhythmically squeeze the leg with the pressure of a massage. No tubes, cords or disposable sleeves required.

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Portable & Comfortable

Cirvo is small enough to wear underneath pants, and on the go.
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Easy On, Easy Off

Fabric straps are easy to place, no pulling or tugging.
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Long Battery Life

Place your Cirvo in its cradle for just 1 hour for every 24 hours of use.
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Quiet

Pneumatic compression is loud; Cirvo’s mechanical design is nearly silent.

Designed to get you moving.

The Cirvo System delivers traditional compression therapy in a decidedly non-traditional manner. Unlike standard pneumatic machines which rely on bulky inflatable sleeves and loud motors, Cirvo is designed to be truly portable and unobstrusive.

Cirvo uses a small, battery-powered motor and comfortable fabric compression bands to rhythmically squeeze the leg with the pressure of a massage. No tubes, cords or disposable sleeves required.

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Portable & Comfortable

Cirvo is small enough to wear underneath pants, and on the go.
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Easy On, Easy Off

Fabric straps are easy to place, no pulling or tugging.
Battery icon

Long Battery Life

Place your Cirvo in its cradle for just 1 hour for every 24 hours of use.
Ear icon

Quiet

Pneumatic compression is loud; Cirvo’s mechanical design is nearly silent.

Designed to get you moving

Sleek Design
Cirvo is small enough to wear underneath pants, and on the go.

Quiet
Pneumatic compression is loud; Cirvo’s mechanical design is nearly silent.

Long Battery Life
Place your Cirvo in its cradle for just 1 hour for every 24 hours of use.


Easy On, Easy Off
Your prescribed usage instructions will be programmed into your Cirvo

The Cirvo System delivers traditional compression therapy in a decidedly non-traditional manner. Unlike standard pneumatic machines which rely on bulky inflatable sleeves and loud motors, Cirvo is designed to be truly portable and unobstrusive.

The Cirvo Device uses a small, battery-powered motor and neoprene compression bands to rhythmically and sequentially squeeze the leg with the pressure of a massage. No tubes, cords or disposable sleeves required.

The Cirvo App

Your Cirvo System is powered by a dedicated app that delivers your personalized therapy parameters and monitors your progress. Use the app to control your therapy, observe your current therapy session, and track your progress over time.

Your doctor may use the results reported from the app to monitor your progress and potentially adjust your therapy prescription.

The Cirvo App

Your Cirvo System is powered by a dedicated app that delivers your personalized therapy parameters and monitors your progress. Use the app to control your therapy, observe your current therapy session, and track your progress over time.

Your doctor may use the results reported from the app to monitor your progress and potentially adjust your therapy prescription.

The Cirvo App

Your Cirvo System is powered by a dedicated app that delivers your personalized therapy parameters and monitors your progress. Use the app to control your therapy, observe your current therapy session, and track your progress over time.

Your doctor may use the results reported from the app to monitor your progress and potentially adjust your therapy prescription.

Bringing a new perspective.

The Radial Medical team is dedicated to transforming the experience of using compression therapy. We combine a deep knowledge of medical device engineering and clinical research with a consumer-friendly approach to design and usability.

Radial Medical is a private company currently residing within the Fogarty Institute for Innovation in Mountain View, California.

Bringing a new perspective.

The Radial Medical team is dedicated to transforming the experience of using compression therapy. We combine a deep knowledge of medical device engineering and clinical research with a consumer-friendly approach to design and usability.

Radial Medical is a private company currently residing within the Fogarty Institute for Innovation in Mountain View, California.

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Dr. James Wall

Medical Director
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Gil Laroya

Principal R&D Engineer
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Eric Johnson

CEO
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Washington Osiro

Manufacturing Consultant
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Darius Przygoda, PhD

EE Hardware Consultant
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Viet Le

Sr. Dir QA/RA

Radial Medical is a private company currently residing within the Fogarty Institute for Innovation in Mountain View, California.

Bringing a new perspective.

The Radial Medical team is dedicated to transforming the experience of using compression therapy. We combine a deep knowledge of medical device engineering and clinical research with a consumer-friendly approach to design and usability.

Radial Medical is a private company currently residing within the Fogarty Institute for Innovation in Mountain View, California.