What is cryotherapy

The term cryotherapy refers to the use of ice or cold packs applied to a part of the body after an injury to reduce inflammation. It is a great way to cool damaged tissue, inflammation, reduce swelling, and speed the healing process. This treatment was used for the first time in Japan in 1978 to treat rheumatoid arthritis. Many Studies have shown over the last two decades in Europe that it is a powerful way to reduce inflammation and injuries.

Whole body cryotherapy
Cryotherapy has become popular in Europe and Japan and other parts of the world. It is used by the general public and professional sport communities.
Many clinics are using the whole body therapy as an alternative to cold water treatments. The treatment begins by placing the patient in a cryogenic chamber for short duration no longer than 3 minutes. If the treatment is done properly it will not destroy tissues.

Cryotherapy for athletes
If you are an athlete, it is vital that you stay at the top of your game. Muscle soreness and injury can leave you sluggish and sidelined, keeping you from the sport you love. using cryotherapy you can be a great to keep his body in peak physical shape and achieve an edge over his competitors.

Athlete need to stay at the top of the game. he need to avoid muscle soreness and injury, if he want to continue practicing the sport you love
The client is placed in a cryochamber and is protected by socks, gloves, and slippers as well as additional mouth and ear protection.

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