Whole body Cryo Therapy
Whole body cryo therapy uses a cryosauna in which surrounds that body with nitrogen gas that cools the temperature to -140 to -200 degrees. The cold temperatures stimulate several different bodily processes that can activate a physiological response to stimulate to reduce inflammation, pain and recovery time.
Whole body cryo therapy goal
The goal of cryo therapy is to improve joint function, reduce pain and inflammation and support exercise recovery and performance. Cryo therapy may also help with rheumatoid arthritis, multiple sclerosis, fibromyalgia, increase immune function and improved sense of well being. Cryo therapy sessions typically last 2-3 min.
The Cryo T-Shock Treatment together with The Adicell Thermographic Analysis create the only system that targets and treats the entire body.
Establish a treatment plan based on findings. Thermographic technology provides a visual interpretation to determine if clients have hard or soft fat and cellulite allowing you to accurately assess the situation and make professional recommendations.
A series of painless, non-invasive, fat or cellulite reduction sessions.
New films taken between each treatment to quantify results and determine future treatments.
Cryo T-Shock is fundamentally different than other procedures
The thermal shock / sculpting procedure using the T-Shock Is fundamentally different from other non or minimally non-invasive methods of fat removal as they primarily involve necrotic cell death by damaging fat with heat, high• intensity focused ultrasound or chemical injections.
Each of these alternate approaches have potential technical challenges, particularly with respect to targeting the right tissue depth and unintended damage to other structures close to or within the fat layer. In contrast a Cool-Sculpting procedure which uses suction and Cryolipolysls which can also damage bimolecular rolls. The thermal shock effect employed by the T-SHOCK induces apoptosis only in fat cells to reduce the fat layer while preserving all other tissue gently and gradually.