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Local Cryotherapy is an impulse cryostimulation to the surface to applying cryogenic temperatures of 140 C for a short time 3-5 min.

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The extreme cold creates a flushing effect, which pushes blood away from the targeted area. This gives the area a deep, long lasting cold sensation. Extreme cold activates the body’s natural healing mechanisms. As a result, the body increases its metabolic rate in order to produce more heat and protects the treated part of the body. It increases circulation by 4 times, oxygenates the blood and flushes out the toxins, which decreases inflammation.

Benefits of local cryotherapy

 Pain Management and Wellness:

– reduces pain in rheumatoid diseases of joints and spine like Ankylosing Spondylitis, Gout, Osteoarthritis, Rheumatoid Arthritis

– treates chronic injuries

– decreases muscle soreness, spasms, inflammation and swelling

– boosts lymph drainage and blood cirulation

Sports and Recovery:

– improves muscle strength and joint function

– quickens injury recovery time

– helps to train harder

– treats inflammation of tendons, bursa, joint capsules, soft tissue, injuries

– Plantar fasciitis


– improves skin condition such as psoriasis

– reduces cellulitis

– quickens healing and post surgical recovery

– boots collagen production and circulation during facial treatment and decreases the pores leaving the skin fresh, firm and younger looking

– helps with the healing of tissue burns

To get in touch with a team member or practitioner,


020 8458 7869

You can also check dates for availability and book appointments online.

Sutherland House Cryotherapist

Anna Steele-Finkelstein Chartered Physiotherapist MPhysEd, MCSP, HCPC

5 Star Patient Reviews

North West London, East Finchley, Barnet, Edgware, Golders Green

For the best result, it is recommended to have 8-10 treatments within 2-3 weeks.

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