[vc_row][vc_column][title title=“Therapy in the Crio-Space-Cabin“][vc_column_text]In Bad Zell, the Crio-Space-Cabin has been in use since 2004. A complementary medical consultation is provided by our spa physicians to ensure you do not have any medical conditions that could be worsened by cold(cryo)therapy and to obtain a prescription for cold therapy.

What clothing do you need for the cold-chamber therapy?

  • Swimwear
  • Warm cap or headband
  • Mouth-mask
  • Gloves
  • Warm socks and clean, closed shoes (trainers)

Once you are ready for the cold therapy, your blood-pressure will be checked by a therapist/nurse. If it’s below 160/90, you will first enter the ante-chamber where the temperature is – 60°C. You stay there for 30 seconds. Then, you enter the main-chamber which has a temperature of – 110 °C and you can stay there up to 2,5 minutes. You can open the door by yourself at any time and leave the chamber, should you feel unwell. The cold chamber can hold 3 – 4 people.
After the cold chamber and in connection with the whole-body-cold therapy, you will have a medical exercise training (except for those with skin diseases) on a bicycle, hand-crank-ergo meter, strength training or vibration training on the Galileo under the supervision of a physiotherapist.

What medical conditions benefit from whole body cold therapy (in dications)?

  • Chronic inflammatory joint diseases
  • Chronic inflammatory diseases of the spine
  • Degenerative joint diseases (osteoarthrosis)
  • Spine syndromes

Soft tissue rheumatoid diseases

  • Collagenosis
  • Vascular inflammatory
  • Status post joint and spine surgery
  • Psoriasis and atopic dermatitis
  • Bronchial asthma (except cold-induced asthma)

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