Localized Cryotherapy

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Localized Cryotherapy: X°Cryo™ by CryoNext

What is Localized Cryotherapy?

 

The X°Cryo™ is an electric local cryotherapy and cryo facial device that offers a better experience than nitrogen-based units. Used for dermatology, traumatology, sports medicine and more.  It targets specific areas of the skin need to be cooled without affecting surrounding areas. With multiple head attachments offering an unparalleled experience, and with the substantial savings on operating costs, the X°Cryo™ is revolutionizing the local cryotherapy industry.

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Localized Cryotherapy is commonly misunderstood. Most people wonder how Localized Cryotherapy really works.

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If you are crippled by swelling or pain in your joints, take advantage of the numerous health benefits of cryotherapy. This alternative treatment is a practice that is preventive by exposing your whole body or just part of it to very cold temperatures in a controlled environment. 

 

At Longevity Effect, our X°Cryo™ localized cryotherapy high velocity, cooled air to focus the treatment on parts of the body that are targeted such as your legs, arms, abs, back or other areas that need attention. 

 

A session only lasts about 1 – 3 minutes depending on each patient and their individual needs, and we walk you through every step of the process. During a cryotherapy session, the patient will be asked to dry the area of focus thoroughly before they lie down, sit or even stand if it is their prerogative. 

 

From there, the device can produce a continuous high velocity and volume of airflow with the capability of extracting heat while staying completely safe to use. These cold air treatments reach -25 to -40 degrees Fahrenheit and bring the temperature of the skin down quickly without causing any damage or being uncomfortable. 

 

If you have been searching for an out of the box solution for your chronic pain, there is little that this type of therapy isn’t able to affect. Almost every part of the human body can be treated by utilizing cryotherapy.

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Where did cryotherapy originate?

Cryotherapy means ‘cold cure’ in ancient greek, and has been around in various forms for a very long time. 

 

In an online journal written by Nathaniel Bouganin MD, and Antoli Freiman MD, they talk about how a kind of cryotherapy was being utilized four and a half thousand years ago by the ancient Egyptians to help fight against inflammation or other injuries. 

 

In the 19th century, cooling gases were developed more and more for the use of routine treatments. One of the very first physicians that reported treatments using liquid gases for skin conditions like warts, epitheliomas or herpes was Campbell White in 1889. 

 

Numerous reports of the use of liquid gas for treatments began surfacing in the early 1900s and have been developing as technology advances ever since. 

Today, there are many ways to utilize the health benefits of cryotherapy. Cryo saunas, integrated cryotherapy chambers, whole body cryotherapy, and localized therapy are now being used all over the world. 

What are the benefits of cryotherapy?

Here at Longevity Effect, we are grateful that our patients can leave seeing real and positive results from their cryotherapy appointments. So many different parts of the body can benefit from regular cryotherapy treatments. Some of the main benefits of using this type of therapy are: 

 

  • Pain Becomes Manageable
  • Physical Performance Is Enhanced
  • Your Metabolism Is Increased
  • Insomnia Begins To Decrease
  • Inflammation Is Reduced
  • It Increases Your Concentration
  • More Collagen Is Produced
  • Your Fatigue Will Decrease
  • Your General Well-Being Is Improved

How long does a session last?

A session only lasts about 1 – 3 minutes depending on each patient and their individual needs, and we walk you through every step of the process. During a cryotherapy session, the patient will be asked to dry the area of focus thoroughly before they lie down, sit or even stand if it is their prerogative. 

How does localized cryotherapy treat symptoms of chronic pain?

If you are finding yourself struggling with a recent injury or chronic pain, you should most certainly start considering cryotherapy as your next course of action. When you use cryotherapy, there is a reaction from the cooling of your skin that drops the temperature of your body’s core. 

 

When this happens, endorphins are released into your body, and this acts as a form of anesthesia that can block out the pain you have been feeling. The effects of this treatment with pain are not long term, but it can give you pain management that is effective in short term periods. 

 

Cryotherapy can reduce inflammation that is on any part of your body. This type of therapy can trigger a response through its natural cooling mechanisms, which results in reduced irritation and lower levels of inflammation. 

 

Many patients have noticed immediate results and have had relief from pain right after finishing their session. If you or someone you know is tired of dealing with chronic pain or an inflamed injury, it may be time to finally try out cryotherapy. 

Can localized cryotherapy increase your ability to concentrate?

Cryotherapy is able to help your mind concentrate much more effectively. Because oxygen levels are increased throughout a session, your mind can become more precise, agile and sharp after every appointment. 

 

If you are getting ready for a big test, or maybe you are scheduled for a large speaking engagement, cryotherapy is able to help you be on top of your game so that you don’t miss a beat when the moment comes. 

 

On top of that, it is also able to help increase your memory, so that ideas and thoughts can be retrieved much faster than they normally would.

Can cryotherapy treat signs of aging?

One of the biggest fears we have as humans is that we will age too soon. Well with cryotherapy, you can start being less worried. 

 

When you use cryotherapy, there is a much higher production of collagen, which is the main protein for your hair and skin. When this protein is increased, it means that your skin will start looking more youthful and bright. 

 

When you use cryotherapy regularly, you can expect to have skin that is more elastic and even more resilient after every session. 

 

If you want to stay away from baggy eyes, hair loss or wrinkly skin, cryotherapy should be a solution that you look more into. 

What if my question wasn’t answered?

Send all further questions to contact@longevityeffect.com. Your questions will be answered within 24 hours.

More about Localized Cryotherapy at Longevity Effect

REDUCES

Fatigue, Muscle Tension, Chronic Pain, Inflammation, Stress, Insomnia

IMPROVES

Energy levels, Quality of Sleep, Focus, Memory, General Feeling of Well Being, Collagen Production, Physical Performance

ACCELERATES

Endorphin production and Recovery from Exercise, Metabolism, Illness and Injury recovery

Localized Cryotherapy Symptoms | Longevity Effect

If you suffer with any of these symptoms, localized cryotherapy may be for you.

Insomnia

If you have been struggling with Insomnia for a long time, it may be time to start looking at cryotherapy as a solution. 
Chronic Pain

If you are finding yourself struggling with a recent injury or chronic pain, you should most certainly start considering cryotherapy as your next course of action.
Aging

When you use cryotherapy, there is a much higher production of collagen, which is the main protein for your hair and skin. When this protein is increased, it means that your skin will start looking more youthful and bright. 
Chronic Fatigue

If fatigue is something that you struggle with regularly, cryotherapy can most certainly improve your quality of life by putting the pep back in your step one session at a time. 

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