Cavet said that he first became aware of INDIBA technology during an international competition in China. At the time, he was suffering from a persistent heel injury that had been bothering him for some time. After receiving an INDIBA treatment, Cavet said he “felt an immediate improvement in pain and a decrease in the level of inflammation.”
As the ski season is very short and intense (only happening over three months), Cavet has said athletes must be as efficient as possible with their training and performances. He said, “we have no room for error and no time for injuries.”
Thankfully, INDIBA therapies treat various conditions and issues around the musculoskeletal area, such as inflammation, joint pain, muscle recovery, and soreness. Cavet has said that he often uses INDIBA to help treat his lumbar pains.
INDIBA usefully is an excellent help in recovery and is used by Cavet’s physiotherapist throughout his recovery treatments. In a typical session, Cavet may go down a mogul course ten times, each having approximately 60 bumps. A session like this is equivalent to doing around 600 deadlifts, representing a significant strain on the human body.