We’re backing up our services with cold, hard facts, and medical studies on cryotherapy.



With more and more people turning to cryotherapy to help them in their everyday lives with; anti-aging, beauty, athletic recovery and health & wellness, our cryotherapy medical studies will provide you with the science behind the treatments we offer.


Cryotherapy: An emerging weight management option

Obesity is considered to be a serious global health crisis associated with different comorbidities affecting various organ systems as manifested by certain health conditions such as obstructive sleep apnea, malignancies, coronary artery disease and metabolic problems. Hence, wide range of treatment options to manage weight are being utilised to address this issue.

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Contribution of Cryogenically Cooled Air on Wellness

Cold therapy is probably one of the oldest treatment modalities. Regular application of cold material on painful or inflamed parts of the body improves symptoms by alleviating pain by decreasing blood flow to the inflamed organ or body part, thereby decreasing sensation. Controlled local application of ice packs is an ordinary treatment in modern rheumatology.

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Cryotherapy to defy the ageing process

Ageing is an inevitable reality that entails changes in an individual’s physical appearance and overall health status. In fact, according to the Global Health Observatory (GHO) data reported by the World Health Organisation (WHO), the average life expectancy of the global population in the year 2015 was 71.4 years (World Health Organisation, 2016). Moreover, by the year 2030, it is expected that one out of five of the global population will be over 65 years old.

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Athletic recovery through cryotherapy

Athletes and individuals who engage in physical activities and strenuous routines are prone to develop musculoskeletal sports injuries, which may result from accidents, improper use of equipment and poor training practices including failure to do warm-up and stretching exercises. Some of the most common types of sports injuries are muscle sprains and strains, ligament or tendon tears, joint dislocation and bone fracture that can eventually affect an athlete’s performance.

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Effects of Cryotherapy on Body Performance

The use of cold therapy to relieve pain and inflammation associated with sports injuries and overuse has been practiced for centuries in different parts of the world. However, in the year 1981, Yamauchi et al. introduced a form of whole body cold-exposure, also referred to as whole body cryotherapy (WBC),that aims to treat rheumatic diseases. With WBC’s noteworthy benefits, it gradually becomes an accepted practice in some parts of the world, not only to facilitate recovery among athletes, but also to improve overall organ function and body performance. In fact, several studies were conducted to determine the benefits of WBC in supporting different organ systems such as the circulatory, respiratory and immune systems (Westerlund, 2009).

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