The health of our body is closely related to self-cleaning, metabolism, blood circulation and immunity. Cryotherapy provides thermal- shock at cryogenic temperatures to
promote circulation, such as blood flow and lymphatic system, by 4 times or more, thereby helping the discharge and self-absorption of inflamed tissues. In general, it is
used in various fields such as local anesthesia, inflammation reduction, muscle treatment, weight loss, and recovery from fatigue. In addition, Cryotherapy is an
accepted medical procedure and this circulation action is actively used in the field of skin care.
What is the
MECHANISM of action
If the body temperature is reduced
instantaneously within a short period of time,
the body's blood vessels expand to restore
normal body temperature, there by
increasing the supply of oxygen and nutrients
in the body. This promotes blood
circulation and quickly removes fatigue
substances. As a result, it is good for
relieving muscle and fatigue, reducing
inflammation and helping to heal.
In addition, it reduces or blocks the
speed of pain nerve transmission through
vasoconstriction, thereby reducing pain
similar to the effect of local anesthesia.
Why is TEMPERATURE CONTROL necessary when using a cryotherapy device?
Conventional products cannot precisely
control the temperature, so there is a
lot of variation in the effectiveness of
each user. In order for anyone to achieve
the same clinical effect, it is necessary
to control the cooling temperature
precisely like a laser. In addition,
cryotherapy, which uses cryogenic
gas, can cause side effects such as
inflammation and necrosis by putting
stress on the skin if temperature and
time control are not successful.
Why does the temperature need to be kept PRECISE AND STABLE?
It is necessary to maintain a certain
temperature for cooling treatment by
disease type and area. In the case of
other products, since the temperature
is set on the device, not the target
point, it is difficult to control the actual
temperature ofthe target point, so the effect of
the necessary treatment may be reduced.
As a result of cooling tests for itch and
inflammation biomarkers through animal
tests, it was confirmed that if the
cooling temperature was too low or too high,
the biomarker improvement was
sluggish. It was confirmed that inflammation
markers were effectively reduced only when
temperature and time were precisely