|15 / 1-3 min.|
|15 / 1-3 min.|
Cryotherapy effectively treats acute pain, chronic pain in the spine, joints, muscles, depression, anxiety, reduces inflammatory processes, strengthens the immune system. Cold therapy improves the condition of the skin, reduces cellulite as the blood circulation in the subcutaneous layer is activated. After the procedure a slight euphoria is felt. Therapy can be tried by both – the sick and the healthy. It is especially suitable for athletes.
The cold chamber is intended for group cold therapy. The procedure starts in the anteroom where the temperature is from -40 to -60 C and finishes in the main room where the temperature is from -100 to -160 C. The duration of the procedure is regulated and set by the staff. It can reach up to 3 minutes in each room.
Recommended for the following diseases: chronic and acute pain of the spine, muscles, joints, rheumatism, depression, anxiety, cellulite, overweight, obesity.
Cold therapy is not recommended for patients with oncological, severe cardiovascular diseases, people with allergies to cold, people with impaired blood circulation in the extremities, fears of indoor use, pregnant women, breastfeeding women, children.
|9 / up to 12 min.|
The Cryo T Elephant cold device makes it possible to apply the cold therapy solely to a problem area. Tissue exposure to cold reduces the demand for oxygen and intensity of metabolic processes. Based on the stimulation of reflexes, the cold causes a significant chain of reactions in the heat regulating systems, particularly, the increase in the norepinephrine level, which narrows the capillaries. Several hours after the cold-based treatment, the blood vessels in the skin expand due to a higher flow of blood.
The cold has a relaxing effect, the decreased tone in shortened muscles eliminates the pain syndrome and allows to reduce the degree of joint immobility. The application of the cold to an inflammatory focus stops the proliferation of microorganisms. The treatment is recommended in case of the following conditions: injuries (bruises, fractures), burns (thermal shock removal), follow up treatment, rheumatic and degenerative bone and joint disorders, muscle spasms, hypertonia, muscle and ligament sprains, inflammation, pain syndrome, neuralgia, oedema and cellulitis.
The local cold therapy should not be used in the case of Raynaud syndrome and other peripheral vascular diseases, heart diseases (cardiovascular insufficiency) and allergy to the cold.