This is an exciting new treatment that can help sculpt your body shape through innovative technology. Weight loss and fat reduction are two very different things. Losing weight doesn’t always lead to a more sculpted appearance, but fat reduction can shape your body the way you want it. The device uses controlled rapid cooling to help eliminate stubborn fat, particularly for difficult to shift area.
The process of fat freezing is called Cryo-Lipolysis.
Waist (Love handles)
Inflammatory skin conditions – targeted Cryotherapy can help reduce the symptoms of:
Localised Cryotherapy is a targeted therapeutic approach that focuses on applying extremely cold temperatures to specific areas of the body rather than exposing the entire body to cold, as in whole-body Cryotherapy. This method allows for precise and controlled cooling of particular body parts, making it a versatile and effective treatment for various purposes.
Specialised cryogenic devices or instruments are used to deliver the cold to specific areas of concern. These devices may include cryo chambers, cryo probes, or cryo cuffs that emit a controlled stream of cold air or use other cryogenic mediums. The temperatures applied during localised Cryotherapy sessions are significantly colder than those typically experienced in traditional ice packs or cold compresses.
Cryotherapy is a treatment where the body’s soft tissues are exposed to extremely cold temperatures to destroy fat cells in a process called “Cryo-Lipolysis”.
The fat cells die and pass naturally through your lymphatic system over the weeks post treatment. The body is firmed and contoured giving you a slim appearance after just the first treatment.
This treatment can also be used targeting different parts of the body from the thighs, glutes, back, arms and jaw line.
We use the KaasenLife device which is a safe, cutting-edge, advanced cryo technology device, manufactured right here in the UK.
Facial treatments (Frotox) which reduce fine wrinkles and make the skin look glowing and refreshed.
The targeted nature of localised cryotherapy makes it a popular choice for addressing specific injuries, reducing inflammation, and promoting faster recovery in localised regions.
Athletes often use localised cryotherapy to treat injuries such as sprains, strains, and muscle soreness, as the focused cold application can help alleviate pain and swelling while promoting healing.
Additionally, localised cryotherapy has found applications in dermatology for various skin conditions, as well as in pain management for chronic pain conditions. The controlled cold exposure triggers vasoconstriction, reducing blood flow to the targeted area, which can result in decreased inflammation and pain.
Additionally, localised cryotherapy has found applications in dermatology for various skin conditions, as well as in pain management for chronic pain conditions.
The controlled cold exposure triggers vasoconstriction, reducing blood flow to the targeted area, which can result in decreased inflammation and pain.
As with any cryotherapy treatment, it is crucial to consult with healthcare professionals before undergoing localised cryotherapy to ensure its appropriateness for specific health conditions and individual needs.
Overall, localised cryotherapy offers a targeted and efficient approach to harness the benefits of extreme cold for therapeutic purposes.
Targeting injured muscle tissue with Cryo helps relieve the systematic inflammation of the treatment area decreasing pain and increasing muscle spasticity.
Controlled cryotherapy is able to repair the basal cell layer in your skin to restore the supply of collagen, elastin and hydration to regain a smoother, tighter appearance.