The Circulation Booster is a device marketed direct to the public that claims to boost the circulation via stimulating muscle function in the lower limb. It is mainly promoted via television advertising and endorsements, some from celebrities. Very little evidence exists for its efficacy and several different national advertising authorities have required the manufacturer to modify the claims made for it in its advertising.

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