Refrigeration – Cryotherapy


Refrigeration – Cryotherapy

Cryotherapy uses cold medical treatments. Here, temperature differences are utilized to treat a specific area. The cold is generated locally in a targeted manner to extract heat from the body. As a result, inflammation processes occur more slowly, as the so-called inflammation mediators become more inactive.

This effect is generally based on vasoconstriction, muscle detonation (reduction of internal muscular tension), and an analgesic effect in reducing pain).

The result of the treatment is that blood flow is reduced since the cold causes vessels to contract, which leads to pain relief.

The resulting cold stimulus can reformat the pain memory, which is overly sensitive in the case of chronic pain, and the pain sensors may become desensitized. Inflammatory processes can be inhibited, and mobility improved.

Cold therapy is mainly used for chronic illnesses or traumatology, such as injuries, after operations, spasticity, or muscle tension.

All health therapies can be carried out currently only in compliance with the applicable 2G rule (vaccinated or recovered) or with a daily negative test.

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