Cold Air Therapy
Cryotherapy can best be described as a "super-icing" treatment. For decades, icing has existed as a primary modality for the treatment of pain and inflammation. Traditional ice treatments exist in the form of cold compresses, ice packs, ice baths, and even polar tubs. US Cryotherapy uses short duration therapy with colder temperatures via dry air rather than lengthy applications of the above mentioned methods. This dry, colder temperature helps sustain reduced muscle temperature without compromising the skin or core temperature and allows the superficial skin temperature to return to normal while deeper tissue and muscle temperatures remain cold for increased results.