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At its most basic form, Cryotherapy is simply the use of cold temperatures to heal the body. Using the cold to help our bodies recover from injury, inflammation, soreness, or for relaxation has been used since the beginning of time. Putting ice on a wound or bruise, jumping in a cold lake, or taking an ice bath are all forms of basic cryotherapy. All of these methods cause stagnant blood to start moving again, promoting new blood flow which brings healing. It is a very basic, well understood principle that has been widely accepted and used as a means of after the fact recovery but can be quite uncomfortable, inconvenient, and extremely inefficient compared to modern day cryotherapy through the use of cryotherapy chambers


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