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The benefits of cold therapy in treating acute injuries will be apparent to anyone who has ever placed a bag of ice or frozen peas onto a newly twisted knee or ankle, something similar happens when we use cryotherapy to ease the trauma of an injury in humans and animals.


Cryotherapy can also be used for asthetic puropses


Cryotherapy is already widely used in medical paractice for skin conditions and surgery however is so far under utilised in treating pain and rehabilitation and enhancing sporting performance.


The clinic is mobile and can come to your event, training venue or your home, this enables us to provide great value for money, save your time and enable us to provide services while you may be immobile.


Cryotherapy can be used to help muscle regeneration after strenuous training sessions, competitions or in between events to boost performance and reduce the affects of fatigue.


The cryotherapy is applied locally to soft tissue for a short time between 3 and 10 minutes depending on the area requiring treatment, unlike using ice the cooling is so intense that the body does not have time to compensate for the heat loss,this happens some 15 minutes later, creating increased blood flow to the area, which helps damaged tissues recover faster. 

Treatments should always be followed by a ten minute walk to boost the healing process.


Cryotherapy is a great way to tackle injuries which are related to tendons and ligaments, examples of when it can be used after tendon and ligament injuries or heavy training sessions, a good rule of thumb is to. Check the site for strain or heat, if the area is swollen, painful to touch and abnormally warm cryotherapy can be an appropriate treatment option.



Book now, substantial discounts are available for block bookings or multiple treatments at same venue please ask us for details.





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