Cryosauna

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ACT physiological data

Indications and contraindications aircryoterapy

General indications and contraindications of cold treatment

The medical efficiency is determined not only by minimum air temperature level in the affected area, but also by the speed of temperature descent.

A session is held with the cabin's door tightly closed. The cryogenic gas is supplied into the cabin, the temperature goes down from -20°C to -140°C within 30 sec. After that, the attained temperature level remains constant. The duration of general ACT session is 60-180 sec., to be increased during the course.

The course dosage makes 10-20 or even more sessions. Therapeutic (preventive) procedures are recommended to be held every day, every second day or every third day. When treating rheumatic or other diseases it is allowed to increase the frequency of sessions up to 2-3 per day.

The main application fields for general cryotherapy are:

Rheumatology and vertebrology

  • soft-tissue rheumatic and rheumatoid disorders
  • osteochondrosis and other pathological alterations in the vertebral column
  • collagenoses
  • spondylitis

Hepatology

  • chronic autoimmune hepatitis
  • chronic virus hepatitis
  • cirrhosis in the compensatory stage

Neurology

  • neuroses
  • migraine
  • sleep disorders
  • radiculitis

Cosmetology

  • skin-firming and tighting, cellulite reduction
  • general rejuvenation of the body and prevention of aging
  • increasing metabolic processes in the skin, anti-wrinkle effect
  • rejuvenation of the skin on face, back, abdomen,hips and extremities
  • strengthening and treatment of the hair and nails
  • treatment of skin defects

Sexology and urology

  • impotence treatment
  • potency and libido boosting
  • restoration and improving of erectile function
  • treatment of psychoemotional disorders and functional state recovery

Gynecology

  • premenstrual syndrome
  • climacteric syndrome

Endocrinology

  • obesity
  • endocrine and immunologic disorders

Pulmonology

  • chronic brochitis, including those obstructive
  • tracheitis

Cardiology

  • prevention of cardiovascular diseases
  • neurovegetative disorders

Dermatology

  • dermatitis
  • atopic neurodermatitis
  • eczema
  • psoriasis

Orthopedy and traumatology

  • postoperative period

Sports medicine

  • cure and rehabilitation for acute and chronic athletic injuries modulation and maintenance of top athletic shape

Powerful health improvement

  • prevention of flu and catarrhal diseases
  • prevention of stresses and their consequences (insomnia, depression, appetite disorders)
  • immunity enhancement
  • metabolism recovery

Contraindications for ACT

  • general grave condition of the patient
  • decompensation of chronic cardiovascular diseases
  • acute myocardial infarction and rehabilitation period after the infarction
  • stage II essential hypertension (AP > 180/100 mm of mercury)
  • stage II cardiac insufficiency
  • prognostically unfavorable heart rate and conduction disorders
  • Raynaud syndrome
  • cryoglobulinemia, agammaglobulinemia, cryofibrinogenemie
  • cerebral strokes
  • fever
  • pulmonary tuberculosis in active form
  • malignant growths
  • hemorrhagic diathesis
  • severe anemia
  • hysteric neurosis
  • individual cold intolerance
  • pregnancy
  • age under 10 years

 

Physiological Datas

The effects of the cryosauna

Indications and contraindications

Clinical basics of ACT

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