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CRYOTHERAPY

HISTORICAL

For over 30 years, our neighbors in Eastern and Northern Europe have used this technique to benefit from the cold in complete safety.

WHAT IS CRYOTHERAPY ?

The W.B.C (Whole body cryotherapy) is a body immersion therapy in the dry cold at very low temperatures (between -110 ° C and -170 ° C) for a period between 1min30 and 3 min.

 

Local cryotherapy involves safely exposing a specific place in the human body to cold, pulsed air at temperatures as low as -150 ° C. The treatment time varies between 1mn and 30mn depending on the area of ​​application and the desired effect.

Thermal shock is the basis of the clinical effects of cryotherapy.

 It stimulates the human body so as to trigger reflexes to fight the extreme cold.

There follows a series of physiological reactions in cascade with the main consequences:

  • Acceleration of tissue repair

  • Improvement of blood flow

  • Hormonal reaction

  • Stimulation of collagen

MAIN SPORTS INDICATIONS

Physical Recovery

 

Tendonitis

 

Muscle damage

 

Sprains and sequelae

 

Pubalgies

 

Overtraining

 

Joint Effusion

MAIN MEDICAL INDICATIONS

Inflammatory

 

Rheumatism

 

Rheumatoid arthritis

 

Fibromyalgia

 

Multiple sclerosis

 

Orthopedic surgery

 

Psoriasis and neurodermitis

 

Verneuil's disease

Ankylosing spondylitis

 

Migraines

 

Sleeping troubles

 

Depressive Syndrome

 

Burn out

 

Algodystrophies

 

Baby blues

MAIN MEDICAL CONTRAINDICATION

High blood pressure, untreated

Subcutaneous device, Pace-Maker

Recent phlebitis

Raynaud's Syndrome and Disease

Polyneuropathy and sensitivity disorders

Renal and Bladder Diseases

Polyneuropathy

Pregnant woman

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