Cryotherapy is a highly effective treatment for muscle and joint pain. This makes it the
perfect remedy for people suffering from arthritis. Rather than targeting one joint at a
time, it offers whole-body relief.
Cryotherapy works by shocking your body into thinking it’s freezing. This stimulates a
semi-hypothermic response. Your heart rate will drop, your breathing will slow down,
and your body will redirect its energy toward keeping your core temperature up.
Along with this, it also increases the rate of blood flow. The combination of these
effects speeds up your body’s natural healing mechanisms.
This process removes toxins stored in the joints and flushes them out into the
bloodstream. Your liver and kidneys can then finish the job and filter them out of your
body, reducing inflammation.
For many people with arthritis, joint pain isn’t their only concern. Other related
conditions, like inflammation, neuralgia, and autoimmune complications, can also cause
pain and discomfort. Here’s how cryotherapy can help with some of the less talked
about aspects of arthritis.
The answer to this question is a resounding yes. Swelling in and around the joints is a
problem that many people with arthritis face. Left untreated, this swelling can decrease
range of motion and make it harder to perform tasks.
Cryotherapy decreases this inflammation by activating your lymphatic system. The cold
temperatures make your lymphatic ducts contract, pumping lymph through your body
and flushing out toxins and cellular waste.
At the same time, your blood vessels dilate, allowing more white blood cells to reach the
area. They’ll destroy any dangerous substances in the lymph and calm your body’s
While osteoarthritis is a result of bone and connective tissue degeneration, rheumatoid
arthritis is an autoimmune disorder. In this condition, the body’s cells attack joints and
connective tissue as if they were pathogens.
Research shows that cryotherapy decreases the temperature inside your joints. This
suppresses many of the factors that lead to joint destruction and inflammation.
These same factors, including cytokines and harmful enzymes, are responsible for
damage in a lot of autoimmune conditions. As such, cryotherapy can also be beneficial
for other chronic diseases that cause pain like fibromyalgia and multiple sclerosis.
For many people with arthritis, peripheral neuropathy is a daily struggle. This condition
leads to numbness, tingling, and pain in the extremities due to damaged and irritated
Using ice on these already sensitive areas can make the discomfort even worse.
Cryotherapy for rheumatoid arthritis can help alleviate some of this discomfort without
the pain of icing.
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Along with full body cryotherapy, PEMF (pulsed electro-magnetic field) therapy at Touch
Free Wellness is a great treatment for arthritis. The combination of Cryotherapy with
PEMF is a great ‘one-two punch’ in helping in alleviating arthritic pain and inflammation.
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We always welcome a call from you to explain any of our treatments at Touch
Free Wellness / Cryo Maryland.
All you need is one session to feel instant results. Don’t worry about how many
treatments you personally are going to need to be on the road to full recovery or
managing your pain effectively. Everyone is different, some don’t need as many
sessions where others may need additional wellness treatments. Just start with a
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