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Renuvenate - Cryotherapy Centre In Bromley


Cryotherapy, which literally means “cold therapy,” is a technique where the body is exposed to extremely cold temperatures for several minutes. Cryotherapy was introduced in Japan in the 1970s. It’s the process of using extreme cold to accelerate healing within the body. Cryotherapy can be delivered to just one area, or you can opt for whole-body cryotherapy. Localised cryotherapy can be administered in a number of ways, including through ice packs, ice massage, coolant sprays, ice baths, and even through probes administered into tissue.


Reduces migraine symptoms

Cryotherapy can help treat migraines by cooling and numbing nerves in the neck area. Studies show that applying a neck wrap containing two frozen ice packs to the carotid arteries in the neck significantly reduced migraine pain in those tested. It’s thought that this works by cooling the blood passing through intracranial vessels. The carotid arteries are close to the skin’s surface and accessible.

Numbs nerve irritation

Many athletes have been using cryotherapy to treat injuries for years, and one of the reasons why is that it can numb pain. The cold can actually numb an irritated nerve. Doctors will treat the affected area with a small probe inserted into the nearby tissue. This can help treat pinched nerves or neuromas, chronic pain, or even acute injuries.

Helps treat mood disorders

The ultra-cold temperatures in whole-body cryotherapy can cause physiological hormonal responses. This includes the release of adrenaline, noradrenaline, and endorphins. This can have a positive effect on those experiencing mood disorders like anxiety and depression. Studies shows that whole-body cryotherapy was actually effective in short-term treatment for both.

Reduces arthritic pain

Localised cryotherapy treatment isn’t the only thing that’s effective at treating serious conditions; whole-body cryotherapy significantly reduced pain in people with arthritis. They found that the treatment was well-tolerated. It also allowed for more aggressive physiotherapy and occupational therapy as a result. This ultimately made rehabilitation programs more effective.

May help treat low-risk tumours

Targeted, localised cryotherapy can be used as a cancer treatment. In this context, it’s called “cryosurgery.” It works by freezing cancer cells and surrounding them with ice crystals. It’s currently being used to treat some low-risk tumours for certain types of cancer, including prostate cancer.

Treats atopic dermatitis and other skin conditions

Atopic dermatitis is a chronic inflammatory skin disease with signature symptoms of dry and itchy skin. Because cryotherapy can improve antioxidant in the blood and can simultaneously reduce inflammation, it makes sense that both localised and whole-body cryotherapy can help treat atopic dermatitis. Another study examined its effect for acne, targeting the sebaceous glands.