Revitive is being evaluated by Professor Alun Davies (Professor of Vascular Research and Surgery) and his team at Imperial College London. A programme of clinical testing is currently underway at Imperial College - with results of the various trials expected to be published over the next 12-18 months1,2.
University of Hertfordshire and Professor Tim Watson are working with Revitive to innovate new programs to deliver superior clinical benefits to Revitive users.
London’s South Bank University has undertaken clinical testing on Revitive’s OxyWave muscle stimulation. Their team of researchers has found that OxyWave requires lower intensity when compared to conventional EMS waveforms yet still delivers equal benefits to exercise, while significantly lowering the level of discomfort during use.
Revitive is clinically proven to improve circulation during use, by stimulating the muscles in your lower legs.
Professor Mark Whiteley (consultant vascular surgeon) has tested Revitive, using ultrasound at his clinic.
The people we help
Revitive is available through 6,000 pharmacies and department stores around the world with over 3 million people trusting Revitive Circulation Booster. In the UK the Revitive range is available in Boots and Lloyds pharmacies, as well as through Argos and Amazon.
To find out what thousands of people think who have bough Revitive Circulation Booster, and how Revitive has made a difference to their lives, click to read their reviews:
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1. Babber, A., Ravikumar, R., Onida, S., Lane, T. R. A., & Davies, A. H. (2020). Effect of footplate neuromuscular electrical stimulation on functional and quality-of-life parameters in patients with peripheral artery disease: pilot, and subsequent randomized clinical trial. British Journal of Surgery. https://doi.org/10.1002/bjs.11398
2. Ravikumar, R., Lane, T. R., Babber, A., Onida, S., & Davies, A. H. (2021). A randomised controlled trial of neuromuscular stimulation in non-operative venous disease improves clinical and symptomatic status. Phlebology: The Journal of Venous Disease, 36(4), 290–302. https://doi.org/10.1177/0268355520968640
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