Cryotherapy is a treatment that involves lowering the temperature of tissues for therapeutic purposes. We can distinguish local cryotherapy as well as systemic cryotherapy (cryochamber). The treatment uses carbon dioxide or liquid nitrogen. At the nozzle outlet, the temperature ranges from -100 to -180 degrees Celsius. During the course of the treatment, through the use of cold and dry air, the blood vessels are shrunken ( the blood supply to the vessels is reduced) and then dilated, resulting in the ejection of blood into the body. Thus, cryotherapy has an analgesic effect, reduces inflammation , nourishes and oxygenates tissues.

Treatment methodology:

  • duration: 1-3 min
  • make circular movements with the nozzle over the body surface
  • The skin must be dry and clean


  • states after overloads and injuries (up to 5 days after the injury)
  • burns
  • multiple sclerosis
  • states of increased muscle tension
  • improvement of the immune system (cryochamber)
  • swelling after fractures, sprains or dislocations
  • psoriatic arthropathy
  • rheumatoid arthritis
  • osteoarthritis of the joints and spine
  • neuralgia of the peripheral nerves
  • discopathies


  • hypersensitivity to cold
  • skin defects
  • frostbite
  • hypothyroidism
  • Inflammation of the bladder and renal pelvis
  • Raynaud’s syndrome
  • Sudecka syndrome
  • radiation skin lesions
  • states of cachexia and weakness
  • advanced atherosclerosis
  • acute respiratory diseases
  • severe cardiovascular disease
  • thromboembolic changes
  • cancers
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