Basics

Cryotherapy

Cryotherapy is well known as a safe 2-3 minute treatment in which human’s entire body surface is being exposed to cryogenic temperatures ranging from -110 to -150 C. The main purpose of the cryotherapy is to provoke a body to a hormonal response which increases body’s strength and maintains physical form of users.

When to use?

Areas of application

Cryotherapy is widely known in below sectors :

  • Sport
  • Spa & Wellness
  • Medicine
  • Dermatology
  • Mental Health (Depression)
  • Physiotherapy
  • Rheumatology
  • Neurology
  • Veterinary

Is it for me?

Indications

Cryotherapy is used in the treatment of injuries, in biological regeneration, it is the basis for building masterful form. It is recommended for:

  • rheumatoid arthritis
  • osteoarthritis
  • psoriatic arthritis
  • ankylosing spondylitis
  • fibromyalgia
  • any post traumatic, overload conditions and inflammation of the motor system
  • multiple sclerosis (SM)
  • athletic recovery (biostimulation)
  • post traumatic conditions of soft tissues

Pure health

Benefits

  • loosening of tense muscles
  • reduction of pain
  • shortened convalescence after injuries
  • a marked increase in muscle strength
  • increased mobility in the joints
  • strengthens the immune system
  • reduction of swelling and inflammation
  • anti-cellulite effect
  • increased secretion of hormones and β-endorphins
  • an extremely beneficial effect on the psyche
  • improves sleep quality and improves mood
  • increase and consolidation of beneficial effects of kinesiotherapy

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History

Cryotherapy has been initiated in Japan in 1880.

In 1978  Professor T. Yamauchi and his team developed the first cryogenic chamber in the world and used cryotherapy as a treatment.

In 1982 in Germany was founded  the second cryogenic chamber  and  the first in Europe, developed by a team led by Professor R. Fricke.

In 1989  Mr Z. Raczkowski with his team created the first cryo chamber in Poland.

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