Chambers, Treatment, Whole Body, Cryotherapy

Definition : Treatment chambers designed to perform whole-body cryogenic treatments (i.e., cryotherapy). These chambers typically consist of an enclosed compartment maintained at very low cryogenic temperature; a refrigerating system which is typically based on liquid nitrogen; monitors; and controls. The cryogenic compartment is kept at very low temperatures, typically below -150 degrees Celsius/-238 degrees Fahrenheit. Patients, wearing only a bathing suit and some protective garment (e.g., a mask, gloves, socks), are placed into the chamber for a few minutes (typically less than ten minutes). Whole-body cryotherapy treatment chambers are intended, in the short term, to alleviate pain. In the long term, they may help in the treatment of stress, muscle pain, itching, and insomnia; they may also be used in athlete recovery treatments after trauma.

Entry Terms : "Cryotherapy Chambers, Whole Body" , "Whole Body Cryotherapy Chambers"

UMDC code : 27740

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Grimm Scientific Industries Inc

Company Type: Parent

We manufacture an ever expanding product line engineered to meet the needs of athletic officials and sports professionals. Our expertise in electronics, refrigeration, metal plastic and wood technologies provide us with the skills to deliver products of high quality and true incorporating in those products leadership in design, style, and utility.

Millennium ICE Inc

Company Type: Parent

US Cryotherapy

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