StepIt™ - The Rocking Foot Pedal Activate Calf Muscle Pump in The Lower Leg.


Regular price $29.95
  • StepIt- The Rocking Foot Pedal: It was especially designed to increase the blood circulation and decrease leg swelling in the lower legs. Its simple but ingenious design will simulate walking and activate the Calf Muscle Pump (CMP) in the lower leg. Increased blood circulation will also decrease the chances to develop blood clots and with that Deep Vein Thrombosis (DVT).

  • Deep Vein Thrombosis (DVT): The Calf Muscle Pump (CMP) is often considered as the body’s secondary heart. As long as the leg is active, the CMP pumps the venous blood from the foot back up to the heart. However, as soon as the leg becomes inactive, blood circulation is significantly reduced and chances for leg swelling may occur. In addition, conditions to develop blood clots and Deep Vein Thrombosis (DVT) increases.

  • Clinically proven: The pedal was invented by the Swedish Professor Christer Busch at the University Hospital in Uppsala, Sweden. It was invented to increase blood circulation and decrease leg swelling while sitting inactive for any length of time. It is clinically proven to increase the blood circulation and decrease any leg swelling in the lower leg.

  • Whom can benefit from StepIt™? In general, anyone can benefit from StepIt™. This includes those unable to get enough exercise due to their physical inability to move around, or anyone that temporarily exists in a confined space – such as an office environment, airplane seat, wheel chair, bed, etc. It is a well-known fact that many people has developed blood clots and even Deep Vein Thrombosis (DVT) while remaining inactive for any length of time.

  • Affordable and durable: StepIt™ cost less than a dinner and its design and size makes it very portable. Its sturdy construction provides for a long lifetime. In fact, it has only one moving part and no electronics to be worried about. It is made to last for a lifetime, made to increase the blood circulation and reduced leg swelling.