Metrum - Cryo T Elephant Localized Cryotherapy Machine
Cryo-T Elephant enables the regulation of working temperature measured on the nozzle outlet. It allows adjusting intensely precise treatment thanks to obtaining completely different low-temperature technology and economics of work have significantly improved. Device efficiency is about twice as high based on the previously used technology.
Thanks to the possibility of using Dewar vessel (special gas cylinder for liquid nitrogen storage) available in two capacities (35 or 60 liters) and the electronic measurement of gas consumption, a user can precisely plan liquid nitrogen deliveries. It enables minimal customary nitrogen losses resulting from gas evaporation during storage.
There’s a cryogenic pipe that ensures full freedom of the nozzle movement. It gives a therapist unprecedented comfort of work. The high-class insulation material is used in the cryogenic pipe prevents it from freezing and therefore stiffening during work and the therapist’s hands are not getting tired during the procedure.
Quick start allows the treatment to begin immediately after turning on the device. A touchscreen enables the setting of proper work parameters and monitoring on large 5.7” color LCD display.
The Cryofacial™ was developed by American physician Dr. Kuehne and uses pressurized liquid nitrogen vapors (-130º) which are applied to the face and neck to stimulate skin tissue and in consequence the production of collagen and decrease pore size. The skin becomes tighter, more toned, and blood circulation is improved. Over time, skin becomes more elastic due to the increase in collagen. Treatments are followed by the application of Beauty Ozone Regenerating Serum.
Advantages of Cryofacial Series of treatments guarantees
• Vasoconstriction causes pore size decrease
• Collagen production is stimulated, which tightens the skin and reduces wrinkles
• Toxins in the body are reduced by increasing blood flow
• During scalp treatment, hair growth is stimulated caused by increasing blood flow
• Reduces inflammation and puffiness of the skin
• Face contour shaping
• Pore size reduction
• Wrinkles and lines decrease
• Stimulation of collagen production
• Blood flow improvement
• Dark spots brightening
in Sports Medicine
Cryotherapy refers to a variety of cold applications that can be used in multiple ways to effectively treat sports injuries. Each method as cold application and cryostimulation has its own advantages and disadvantages with some applications for the treatment of acute injuries (cooling) and some for chronic injuries (cryostimualtion).
Cryostimulation means the application of extremely cooled air (less than –100C) on the surface of the body in a very short time – during 2-3 minutes of stimulation in order to induce and utilize physiological responses against cold.
Cryostimulation can be used for the treatment of:
• Injury in the reconstruction phase, after RICE method
• Chronic disease and contusion
The chronic injury body part should be cryostimulated for 1-4 minutes at a time with very intensive doses – the temperature of the skin between 0 – 4 C. These procedures should be repeated every 5-10 days.
Benefits of Cryostimulation
• Reduction of pain
• Increase in muscle strength
• Increase in performance
• Reduction in the regeneration phase inhibition of inflammation
• Improvement of joint function
• Decrease in muscle tension over longer application
• Reduction of post-traumatic effect
• Overall faster return to training and competition
Application of Cryostimulation
The beneficial effect of local cryostimulation frequently applied (even 2 – 3 times a day), along with light muscles and joints exercises in:
- Muscle injuries (detachment of muscles, acute syndrome of fascial compartment also after operative treatment, an extension of muscles, excessive elongation and rupture of muscle fibers, painful muscular contraction)
- Tendon injuries (detachment, distortion, an extension of tendons, tendinosis, tendinopathy)
- Overloading syndromes: inflammation of tendon and muscle, Achilles tendon, tennis player elbow and golf player elbow, rotation muff syndrome, frozen shoulder syndrome, housemaid’s knee, syndrome of muscles of the back thigh and lumbar muscles inflammation of plantar aponeurosis)