Localized & Whole Body Cryotherapy FAQ's
Who developed Localized and Whole Body Cryotherapy technology?
Cryotherapy was developed by a doctor in Japan for the treatment of rheumatoid arthritis. It has been researched and refined in Europe over the past two decades. Health, sports and spa professionals in the U.S. have discovered the benefits of cryotherapy.
Is Cryotherapy a proven treatment for recovery and health?
Yes, Cryotherapy has been used in Europe and Asia for almost thirty years. Cryotherapy is the use of extremely low temperatures to treat symptoms such as tissue damage (it's excellent for athletes), decrease inflammation, increase cell rejuvenation and improve skin tone.
How does Localized and Whole Body Cryotherapy work?
The client's body is exposed to applications of gasiform nitrogen to rapidly lower the skin surface temperature to 30°F to 32°F. The cryosauna temperature ranges between -130°F to -184°F for the two to three minutes of treatment. The brain reacts to the skin sensors by stimulating the regulatory functions of the body.
Is Nitrogen gas dangerous to human beings?
No, nitrogen is a friendly, non-tox gas. Nitrogen composes 78% of the air we breathe. The other components are 16% oxygen, 1% hydrogen and 5% other gases. Nitrogen is as common and safe as oxygen.
What does the client wear in the Whole Body Cryosauna?
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Can the client catch a cold from cryotherapy?
What health issues are Localized or Whole Body Cryotherapy known to treat?
- Rheumatoid Arthritis
- Multiple Sclerosis
- Chronic Pain Syndrome
- Inflammation of the Spine
- Phantom Pain
- Ankylosing Spondylitis
- Muscle Pain & Inflammation
- Depression & Mood Disorders
- Immune System Improvement
- Delayed Onset Muscle Soreness
- Central Nervous System Disease
- Degenerative Disease of Joints & Spine
- Inflammation of Tendons, Bursa, Joint Capsules