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Cryotherapy

Cryotherapy in Hazlet, NJ

Neuro Reflex Stimulation (NRS) Therapy with Cryofos uses hyperbaric medical C02 gas to drastically lower skin temperature within seconds. This abrupt temperature change and the pressure from the gas triggers a neuro-reflexive response causing your body to utilize resources that are already within you to combat your pain.

 

  • Analgesic effects
  • anti-inflammatory effects
  • vasomotor effects
  • muscle relaxation
  • increased blood flow

Before & After Cryotherapy

Accepted Insurance

Most Major Insurances Accepted. Call for more information or book an apt online.

We do not participate in Medicaid plans.

Cryotherapy Q & A

 

What is cryotherapy?

Cryotherapy is the application of cold for the treatment of acute or long-time injuries or diseases.

Cryofos, is an innovative and cutting-edge neuroreflective device, for pain therapy, to ensure rapid, effective, and long-lasting pain relief. This type of cryotherapy accelerates the healing process by using hyperbaric CO2 gas to bring sudden cooling to the injured site.

What conditions does Cryofos treat?  

Cryofos treats acute and chronic sports injuries — and various chronic musculoskeletal conditions — by shortening your post-surgery rehabilitation recovery time. 

  • Back and neck pain
  • Hand and wrist surgery
  • Ankle and knee injuries
  • Hematoma
  • Physiotherapy
  • Emergency sports injuries

How does Cryofos therapy work?

Cryofos is a natural therapy that uses your body’s mechanisms to relieve pain and swelling. 

What are the advantages of Cryofos?

Cryofos therapy has several advantages over other cryo-therapies, such as ice-packs, ice towels, ice massage, gel packs, and refrigerant gases. Other advantages of Cryofos include:

  • Natural and easy to use
  • Effective for a wide range of conditions
  • Quick and effective pain relief
  • Completely safe
  • A high rate of patient satisfaction

When is Cryofos not recommended?

Patients with diabetes, who are allergic to cold (Raynaud’s disease), or have gangrene or open wounds aren’t good candidates for Cryofos. This treatment is not used to treat injuries involving your eyes, mouth, or anus.

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Weekends

12 PM – 02 AM

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