Cold chamber therapy is a procedure which improves muscular performance, the amplitude of movements and agility. It is also used in case of muscular and joint pains as a painkilling and an antiphlogistic procedure. Cold therapy (temperature of -100 to -120°C in the chamber) lasts from 1.5 to 3 min.
Localised cold therapy is used for one specific area by directing nitrogen vapour towards the joint or muscle. Localised cold therapy is suitable for the treatment of severe arthritis and myositis, fresh traumas and burns. The cold directly influences the receptors of the cells and reduces the pain. Localised cold therapy primarily uses small packages...