Cryotherapy is a fairly well-known procedure that is successfully used for the treatment of many different diseases, stimulation of natural immunity and acceleration of physiological adaptation. The general impact on the human body of extremely low temperatures triggers self-diagnosis of the organism and awakens its hidden reserves. That positively affects the functions of all systems, activates regeneration and recovery processes.
In modern medical practice, cryotherapy has repeatedly proved its effectiveness in orthopedics, in the treatment of diseases of the musculoskeletal system. In particular, it greatly accelerates and facilitates recovery in diseases of the joints.
The effect of cryochalon on the body is expressed in the normalization of lymphatic and venous outflow, which significantly reduces puffiness and improves blood supply and nutrition of damaged tissues. Extremely low temperatures have a long analgesic effect and tonify the entire muscular framework, significantly reducing the severity of pain, improving the motor function, thereby increasing performance and endurance in general.
At treatment of joints using sessions of cryotherapy, several results are achieved at once. A prolonged analgesic effect, which has a short-term effect of low temperatures, can reduce the intake of medications, improve the patient’s well-being and allow long periods of pain.