Cryotherapy

Cooling of the whole body

What is whole body cold therapy?
Whole body cold therapy is a passive short-term physical therapy (2-3 minutes) with a systemic effect, where usually the therapeutically effective temperatures are in the range of -120 * C to -160 * C. For this therapy, the cold is gained by evaporating nitrogen. Our body responds to extremely low temperatures with holistic mobilization. There is an increase in blood circulation and thus also oxygen supply to the cell tissue, the metabolism is activated and harmful agents are washed away (via the bloodstream or through the lymphatic system). The release of the hormones that support the good mood or other hormones is stimulated; the immune system and anti- inflammatory processes are activated, the sensitivity to pain decreases. The cold stimulus therefore leads to desensitization of over-irritated nervous system, to the release of endorphins and to direct pain relief.

The medical treatment is carried out by means of cold gases (liquid nitrogen is dispersed at the temperature from -30 ° C to -180 ° C). This fog cools the body dry for a short time (120 – 180 seconds).

How it works:
The Cryosauna is a one-person cabin that you enter in a swimwear. The treatment lasts for a maximum of 3 minutes and is always carried out under supervision. The therapy is dry. The whole body is positively stimulated.

Ice cold for success in sport!

The cold therapy of the whole body is considered to be one of the most effective physical therapies. Many studies have proved its positive effects. The body mobilizes its immunity, and the release of endorphins promotes the healing process, the well-being and quality of life.

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Super anti-aging effect!

There are no cosmetics known in the world that can so rejuvenate our skin. The cryotherapy restores your healthiest, most beautiful state.

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Contraindications:

  • cold allergies
  • circulatory disorders
  • acute pyelonephritis (inflammation of the kidneys)
  • acute cystitis
  • open wounds after 48 hours.
  • hypersensitivity to cold, such as the Raynaud’s phenomenon, cold allergy (hives), cryoglobulinemia and paroxysmal cold hemoglobinuria.
  • angina pectoris or other serious heart conditions.
  • coronary artery disease.
  • arrhythmia.

Сryotherapy

Single TherapyTreatment Price
1 x treatment in the Cryosauna with welcome drink45 CHF
Multiple
5 sessions200 CHF
10 sessions350 CHF
20 sessions600 CHF

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