Localized Cryotherapy is a safe and effective treatment option for a wide range of conditions, including muscle and joint pain, inflammation, and tissue damage.
It is a non-invasive and pain-free treatment that can provide relief and support the body's natural healing processes.
“I had a 4-day long headache. I tried cryotherapy and it was soooooo much better instantly and gone within a few hours. Everyone should try this once in their life, it really is an experience. Amazing results.” -Emily
Go Straight To The Source Of The Pain
During a localized Cryotherapy session, the affected area is exposed to temperatures as low as -120°F for a short period of time. The cold temperatures stimulate the body's natural healing processes, helping to reduce inflammation and pain and supporting the body's natural recovery process.
Localized Cryotherapy is a quick and convenient treatment that can be easily incorporated into your wellness routine.
How it Works
The Proactive Cryotherapy device uses pressurized CO2 gas at -110º F to target a local area of the body and cause "thermal shock". The sudden decrease in temperature rapidly activates the body's healing responses via four principal effects:
Vasoconstriction during treatment causes local blood to leave the area, carrying away inflammatory waste. Vasodilation right after a treatment lets oxygenated and nutrient-rich blood rush to the site.
Slows nerve signal transmission to decrease pain impulse transmission.
Reduces muscle spasms and promotes healing by slowing nerve activity.
Reduces the temperature and metabolic rate of wounded tissue to cause vasoconstriction, leading to decreased blood flow and reducing edema.
“I have been wanting to do Localized Cryotherapy for a long time. So yesterday I took the plunge... I got leg compression for my joint and knee pain, then the Localized Cryotherapy. Amazing! Today was the first day in forever that I didn't have knee pain. Plus, I slept all through the night. And this was just my first visit! I am going back next week for another treatment.” -Laura
Cryotherapy has been shown to reduce the circulating levels of inflammatory chemicals such as histamine and cytokines by strongly stimulating the thermoreceptors.
It also improves the circulation of healthy, nutrient-rich blood to the tendons, muscles, ligaments, and cartilage. This increase in blood can help these tissues regenerate and become stronger. Cryotherapy has also proven to be effective in reducing nerve pain.
Benefits of Cryotherapy
• Reduction in chronic pain
• Decreased joint swelling
• Less morning stiffness
• Less pain from movement
• Less need for pain medication
• Greater stability of joints
• Better spinal alignment
• Quicker resolution of muscle spasm
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