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Tuesday 28 August 2018
Posted in Thermometer and Infrared by Pyrosales

Cryotherapy – What is it? How did Pyrosales help?

What is Cryotherapy?

Cryotherapy is a non invasive treatment involving freezing your body at an extremely cold temperature up to -140°C, where it is forced into a ‘survival mode’. After the treatment, oxygenated blood is released to all parts of your body. The benefit being long term health advantages and increased speeds of healing. It is extremely useful for athletes, aiding in sports recovery.

What are the benefits of Cryotherapy?

Benefits of the treatment can include:

  • Muscle recovery
  • Reducing inflammation
  • Boosting circulation
  • Improving Sleep
  • Boosting Immunity
  • Elevating Mood
  • Pain relief such as: Arthritis, Injuries and Post surgery
  • Recovery including Jetlag
  • Boosting Metabolism
  • Skin Rejuvenation

How it needs temperature to function

The function of cryotherapy is based majorly on temperature and its accuracy. If the temperature is not being measured and monitored accurately, the machine will not perform superiorly, which may cause a lack of precision and ultimately damage the machine.

How Pyrosales helped Ritual Cryotherapy

The ladies of Ritual Cryotherapy in Port Melbourne Victoria, requested Pyrosales’ assistance when their built-in temperature display was not performing at its full capabilities. They had explained that they would not use the machine until this problem was solved.

Pyrosales supplied them with a TES 1314 handheld thermocouple meter. They used this device in order to accurately confirm the temperature of the machine and made sure they were achieving desired temperatures inside the chamber. This is a critical aspect for the cryotherapy machine. The cryo machine has a probe that is exposed within the chamber where the TES 1314 was used to measure the chamber temperature. The display comes with a HI/LO alarm signal, which was also useful to the application.

 

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