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Cryostimulation - means application of extrimly cooled air (less than –100C) on surface of the body in very short time - during 2-3 minutes stimulation in order to induce and utilize physiological responses against cold.


Cryostimulation can be used for treatment of:

  • Injury in reconstruction phase, after RICE method 
  • Chronic disease and contusion

The injuried body part should be cryostimulated for 1-4 minutes at a time with very intensive doses – temperature of skin between 0 - 4 C . This procedures should be repeated every 5-10 days. 










Cold application can be used only for a number of therapeutic purposes including the treatment of:

  • Acute pain and acute injury
  • Postsurgical pain and swelling


The accute injured body part should be submerged for 20 – 45 minutes at a time. This timing should be repeated every two hours for the first 48 to 72 hours according RICE principle (Rest Ice Commpresion Elevation).





Benefits of Cryostimulation

  • Improves recovery time

  • Increases energy levels and stamina

  • Increases testosterone, adrenaline, noradrenalin,

  • Reduces inflammation throughout the joint and muscules

  • Relieves pain in joints and muscles

  • Improves effectiveness of physiotherapy

  • Reduced chronic inflammation

  • Reduces chronic pain


Application of Cryostimulation

  • Diseases of the locomotor system of autoimmunological origin: e.g. rheumatoid 
arthritis, ankylosing spondylitis, psoriatic arthritis and Reiterís syndrome, 

  • Diseases of soft tissues with accompanying dysfuction of the locomotor system of 
autoimmunological origin: e.g. myositis, fibromyosis and collagenosis, 

  • Diseases of the locomotor system related to non-specific inflammatory process: pe- 
riarticular tendinitis, periarticular inflammation of joint capsules and muscles, 

  • Spondyloarthrosis and peripheral arthrosis along with secondary inflammatory 
diseases of the locomotor system of metabolic origin: e.g. gout, 

  • Diseases related to disorder of the calcium and phosphate metabolism with loss of 
the osseous mass: osteoporosis of various etiopathogenesis, 

  • Disease of the locomotor system caused by trauma and overloading: traumatic 
Sudeckís atrophy (Reflex Sympathetic Dystrophy Syndrome) 

  • Diseases of intervertebral disk, 

  • Diseases of the locomotor system caused by injury of the central and/or peripheral 
nervous system: e.g. spastic paresis, 

  • Diseases of the locomotor system of fibromyalgia type. 



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