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A portion of the body is subjected to freezing temperatures for brief intervals as part of a treatment called cryotherapy. This keeps white blood cells functioning at their best for healing and reduces inflammation at the cellular level, which can also lessen pain. When using cryotherapy to treat an injury, blood flow to the affected area is also increased, which has been found to hasten recovery and enhance flexibility and range of motion.

Local Cryotherapy

Local cryotherapy employs liquid nitrogen’s extremely low temperatures to treat a localized location of the body where damaged tissues or joints have manifested. Cryotherapy is used by chiropractors to help patients with some injuries recover more quickly and with less discomfort. Since many years ago, liquid nitrogen has been utilized to treat wounds and other medical ailments.

Local cryotherapy is fantastic because it speeds up the recovery process for patients, especially when used in conjunction with other chiropractic treatments.

How does local cryotherapy work?

The chiropractor uses an applicator to apply liquid nitrogen to a certain part of the body. To see benefits, it is only focused on one area of the body for a brief period of time each session.

If you’re worried about cryotherapy side effects, it’s vital to know that while the majority of individuals don’t, some do suffer mild discomfort or muscle soreness after their treatment. The discomfort that might result from sitting too close to an air conditioner is similar to what many individuals report experiencing after cryotherapy treatments. For the majority of patients, the benefits outweigh the brief chilly pain.

Why We Use Cryotherapy

A minimally invasive therapy is cryotherapy. Damaged tissue that results from numerous medical disorders is removed by this procedure. Open surgery is not necessary when using cryotherapy. Most people have little to no pain following the operation and recover rapidly. Cryotherapy may be suggested by our chiropractor for the following conditions:

  • Common skin disorders like skin tags, dark patches, and warts
  • Lower back pain;
  • Tendonitis;
  • Runner’s knee;
  • Pain from arthritis;
  • Sprains

Benefits of Cryotherapy

After their initial cryotherapy session, the majority of patients experience results. Cryotherapy is one of the many ways we assist our patients, including:

Suppressing Migraine Symptoms

By chilling and numbing neck-area nerves, cryotherapy can help alleviate migraines. Two ice packs are applied to the neck’s carotid arteries as part of this procedure, which greatly lessens migraine pain. The blood flowing through the intracranial arteries is cooled via cryotherapy.

Treatment for Mood Disorders

Cryotherapy uses extremely freezing temperatures to cause physiological and hormonal reactions. Noradrenaline, adrenaline, and endorphins are a few of these hormones. The release of these hormones has a beneficial impact on people who suffer from mood disorders, including anxiety and despair.

Treatment for Atopic Dermatitis and Other Prevailing Skin Conditions

Dry and itchy skin are hallmarks of the chronic inflammatory skin condition known as atopic dermatitis. By raising blood antioxidant levels, cryotherapy reduces inflammation. Localized treatment and whole-body cryotherapy are important dermatitis management strategies.


1- How effective is cryotherapy for back pain?

In comparison to many other treatments, whole-body cryotherapy for back pain can go deep into the muscles for an even, profound relief that may last longer.

2- How does your body react to cryotherapy?

You will feel upbeat and refreshed as soon as your whole-body, or localized cryotherapy treatment is over. Blood vessels widen, and endorphins, the hormones that make us feel alert and energized, flow through the body as your body temperature starts to return to normal.

3- How long do you stay in the cryotherapy chamber?

Most individuals select a 2-minute session if it is their first time using a cryochamber. The typical session lasts 3 minutes for people who are more acclimated to this wellness procedure.


As Dr. Brayan says  
“My goal is to find the root cause of your pain and help you live the pain-free life you deserve”
– Dr. Brayan Dalton, UAE  


Joanne Horowitz

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