What is cryotherapy?
Does cryotherapy work?
What is cryotherapy used to treat?
Cryotherapy is an advanced treatment that can be used to treat a variety of conditions. Our professionals at Clinic 59 Cryo Center can diagnose and assess your condition, and they will provide cryotherapy treatment if your case requires it. Let’s go over some of them:
Pain and inflammation
Cryotherapy can be used to reduce pain and inflammation associated with conditions such as arthritis, fibromyalgia, and tendonitis.
Cryotherapy is commonly used by athletes to help relieve muscle soreness and speed up recovery time after a workout or competition.
Depending on your injuries, cryotherapy can be prescribed to deal with pain management and relief, to ensure a fast and safe recovery.
What does cryotherapy do?
As we have mentioned above, cryotherapy can be provided for patients dealing with different conditions, whether they are related to chronic pain symptoms, or to sports or car injuries. This treatment is proven to bring numerous benefits, such as:
Reduced inflammation and muscle soreness: Cold temperatures can cause blood vessels to constrict, which can help to reduce inflammation and swelling in the body.
Pain management and relief: Cryotherapy can help to reduce pain by numbing the nerves in the affected area.
Increased blood flow: When the body is exposed to cold temperatures, it goes into survival mode, which can cause an increase in blood flow to the vital organs. This increased blood flow can help to deliver more oxygen and nutrients to the body’s tissues.
Boosted immune system: Cryotherapy may help to boost the immune system by increasing the production of white blood cells and improving overall circulation.
Improved mood and energy: Some studies suggest that cryotherapy may have a positive effect on mood disorders such as depression and anxiety, and provide a boost of energy after your body’s reaction.
Cryotherapy is believed to have a variety of benefits for the body and mind, including reducing inflammation, relieving pain, and improving overall health and wellness.