The Cryostimulation Process.
Application of Extreme Cold Temperatures
Cryostimulation is used to treat patients at approximately -150°C (nitrogen vapour), -80°C (carbon dioxide vapour) and -125°C (Whole Body Cryotherapy).
The controlled treatments will cool the patient’s skin to between 2°C and 5°C (Whole Body or Localised Cryostimulation treatments).
The tissue cooling process is performed during an optimal timeframe to ensure that the body’s natural response is triggered due to the “Thermal Shock”.