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Posts in the ‘Cryosauna – Whole Body’ Category

Time-Course of Changes in Inflammatory Response after Whole-Body Cryotherapy Multi Exposures following Severe Exercise

Herve Pournot, Franc ̧ois Bieuzen, Julien Louis, Jean-Robert Fillard, Etienne Barbiche, Christophe Hausswirth   Research Department, National Institute of Sport, Expertise and Performance (INSEP), Paris, France,   Laboratory of Physiological Adaptations, Motor Performance and Health (EA 3837), Faculty of Sport Sciences of Nice-Sophia Antipolis, Nice, France,   Medical Department, National Institute of Sport, Expertise and

IMPACT OF 10 SESSIONS OF WHOLE BODY CRYOSTIMULATION ON AEROBIC AND ANAEROBIC CAPACITY AND ON SELECTED BLOOD COUNT PARAMETERS

AUTHORS: Dybek T., Szyguła R., Klimek A., Tubek S. Department of Physical Education and Physiotherapy, Technical University, Opole, Poland Department of Physiology and Biochemistry, University School of Physical Education, Kraków, Poland Department of Medicine, District Hospital, Opole, Poland   ABSTRACT: The systemic effect of low temperature suggests that sessions in a cryogenic chamber might improve

Effects of Whole-Body Cryotherapy vs. Far-Infrared vs. Passive Modalities on Recovery from Exercise-Induced Muscle Damage in Highly-Trained Runners

Christophe Hausswirth, Julien Louis, François Bieuzen, Herve Pournot, Jean Fournier, Jean-Robert Filliard, Jeanick Brisswalter1 Research Department, National Institute of Sport, Expertise and Performance (INSEP), Paris, France, Laboratory of Human Motricity, Education and Health, University of Nice Sophia-Antipolis, Nice, France, Medical Department, National Institute of Sport, Expertise and Performance (INSEP), Paris, France   Abstract Enhanced recovery

Whole-Body Cryotherapy in Athletes

Giuseppe Banfi, Giovanni Lombardi, Alessandra Colombini and Gianluca Melegati IRCCS Galeazzi, Milan, Italy ABSTRACT Cold therapy is commonly used as a procedure to relieve pain. particularly in inflammatory diseases, injuries and overuse symptoms. A peculiar form of cold therapy (or stimulation) was proposed 30 years ago for the treatment of rheumatic diseases. The therapy. called

Preliminary Overview: Clinical Relevance of Whole Body Cryotherapy

Author: Alan G. Christianson, NMD Abstract Whole Body Cryotherapy (WBC) is a hypothermic application designed to reduce musculoskeletal pain and inflammation. WBC stimulates the sympathetic nervous system via alpha-adrenergic receptors, causing dramatic peripheral vasoconstriction. This induces adaptive changes correlating with effects of analgesia, reduction of inflammation, and increases in serum markers of tissue repair.  

Effects of a single whole body cryotherapy (-110°C) bout on neuromuscular performance of the elbow flexors during isokinetic exercise

Ferreira-Junior JB1, Vieira CA2, Soares SR2, Guedes R2, Rocha Junior VA2, Simoes HG3, Brown LE4, Bottaro M2. Abstract It has been demonstrated that body cooling may decrease neuromuscular performance. However, the effect of a single session of whole body cryotherapy (-110°C) on neuromuscular performance has not been well documented. Thus, the aim of this study

The Effect of Three Different (-1356C) Whole Body Cryotherapy Exposure Durations on Elite Rugby League Players

  Abstract Background: Whole body cryotherapy (WBC) is the therapeutic application of extreme cold air for a short duration. Minimal evidence is available for determining optimal exposure time. Purpose: To explore whether the length of WBC exposure induces differential changes in inflammatory markers, tissue oxygenation, skin and core temperature, thermal sensation and comfort. Method: This

Whole-body cryotherapy in athletes

Whole-body cryotherapy in athletes. Banfi G1, Lombardi G, Colombini A, Melegati G. http://www.ncbi.nlm.nih.gov/pubmed/20524715 Abstract Cold therapy is commonly used as a procedure to relieve pain symptoms, particularly in inflammatory diseases, injuries and overuse symptoms. A peculiar form of cold therapy (or stimulation) was proposed 30 years ago for the treatment of rheumatic diseases. The therapy,

Cryotherapy in osteoporosis

Pol Merkur Lekarski. 1998 Oct;5(28):222-4. [Cryotherapy in osteoporosis]. [Article in Polish] Ksiezopolska-Pietrzak K. http://www.ncbi.nlm.nih.gov/pubmed/10101448 Abstract Cryotherapy is use of temperature lower than -100 degrees C onto body surface, for 2-3 minutes, in aim to cause physiological reactions for cold and to use such adapting reactions. Organism’s positive response to cryotherapy supports treatment of basic disease

Cryotherapy in the treatment of rheumatic disease

Cryotherapy in the treatment of rheumatic disease. Ksiezopolska-Pietrzak K1. http://www.ncbi.nlm.nih.gov/pubmed/17984885 Abstract Cryotherapy is the application of a temperature lower than -100 C to the outer surface of the body, for a period of 2-3 minutes, in order to evoke and make use of physiological reactions to cold. The body’s positive response to cryotherapy is a

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