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Cryotherapy Media Studies

Cryotherapy — also know as cold treatment — is the local or general use of low temperatures in medical therapy.

In whole-body cryotherapy, the body is exposed to subzero temperatures (-200 degrees F) for a duration of 2–4 minutes, which significantly lowers the patient’s skin-surface temperature and stimulates receptors.

Cryotherapy is used in an effort to alleviate muscle pain and soreness after exercise, relieve inflammation after soft-tissue damage or surgery, and to enhance recovery.

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