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Faster Injury Recovery with Whole Body Cryotherapy By Martin Rogers

  in Wellness, Fitness and Diet | Published 2016-07-18 01:28:16 | 118 Reads | Unrated

Summary

One of the most frustrating things, if you are a sportsperson, is being injured. Some of the common injuries include sprains, pulled muscles, tears strains just to name a few. Once injured, all your hard work takes a backward slide when you take time off to recover. The longer you have to rest, the longer it takes for you to get back in shape. You don’t have to be a sportsperson either to understand the inconvenience of injuries. Simple, every day injuries such as a pulled muscle from gardening can interrupt your daily routine.

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One of the most frustrating things, if you are a sportsperson, is being injured. Some of the common injuries include sprains, pulled muscles, tears strains just to name a few. Once injured, all your hard work takes a backward slide when you take time off to recover. The longer you have to rest, the longer it takes for you to get back in shape. You don’t have to be a sportsperson either to understand the inconvenience of injuries. Simple, every day injuries such as a pulled muscle from gardening can interrupt your daily routine.

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Use Whole Body Cryotherapy to Fast Track Recovery

Whole Body Cryotherapy can help ease pain, reduce swelling and heal your injuries faster.

Whole Body Cryotherapy assists you to recover from your sports injuries quicker as your pain is minimized during the treatment and for a short time afterwards - around 90 minutes. This allows a person to receive a more intensive treatment for their injuries from their usual practitioner such as a Physiotherapist. If you use Whole Body Cryotherapy as part of your normal treatment programme, you will find that you actually recover faster from your injury.

Improvement in the range of movement can also be achieved if Whole Body Cryotherapy is used in conjunction with the usual treatment methods. It basically makes your normal treatments work better. Common ailments such as rheumatoid diseases can also be improved with Whole Body Cryotherapy.

How does it work?

When you are in pain, nerve pulses send messages to your brain to tell you that you are in pain. Once inside the Cryosauna, where you will experience temperatures of around -140c for up to 3 minutes, the cold will slow down the nerve impulses so that your pain becomes minimalised.

Cryotherapy will also assist with the reduction of swelling. When you have a swelling, it’s the body’s response to injury - chemicals are released by the tissues of the affected area which makes the surrounding blood vessels dilate. Cryotherapy does the opposite, it makes your blood vessels constrict and thus reduce the swelling.

Healing can be accelerated with Whole Body Cryotherapy treatments as it reduces the metabolic rate in the cells. It gives cells a much better chance of survival after injury and also allows them to regenerate.  Whole Body Cryotherapy effectively helps more of your cells to recover and therefore you heal faster.

During your treatment, your blood becomes enriched with hormones, oxygen and healing enzymes as it flows to the internal organs. As soon as you finish your treatment, your blood vessels then do the exact opposite - they dilate. Enriched blood then flows back to the rest of your body. Your blood flows faster and this assists the lymph system to work more effectively which in turn assists the healing process.

What Happens During a Cryotherapy Treatment?

With whole body Cryotherapy, the body is exposed to extremely low temperatures of up to −170°c for up to 3 minutes. During this time, the average skin temperature drops to about 10°c whilst the core body temperature remains unchanged. Once you are in the Cryosauna your head and neck area are not covered by the chamber and so are exposed to room air above the device. A fine nitrogen mist is then sprayed onto your body in order to lower the temperature. 

You are never left alone. A trained Therapist stays with you throughout your treatment and you can leave the chamber at any time you wish during the treatment.

How Many Treatments Should You Have?

In order to achieve the maximum healing results with Cryotherapy, in addition to your normal treatment, it’s recommend that you book in for a minimum of 10 sessions within a 2-3 week period and it’s safe to have a Cryotherapy session every day. The reason for this is after your first few sessions, your increased metabolic rate tends to last longer between treatments and therefore the benefits are cumulative.

CRYO - Sydney’s Newest Injury Recovery Clinic

CRYO is Sydney’s Newest Anti-Ageing Clinic, and has recently opened in Sydney’s Eastern Suburb of Edgecliff at 226 New South Head Rd, Edgecliff NSW 2027. Telephone 1300 332 796. They have packages to suit all budgets and are happy to talk to you about a programme that suits your needs and goals.

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