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Cryo T Portable

Cryo‐T Portable is new type of device for local cryotherapy and cryostimulation that works on liquid nitrogen


DISCOVER THE ADVANCED TECHNOLOGY OF THERMAL CRYOTHERAPY using contrast temperatures: 40sec of dry heat at +90C followed by 3 minutes of cold at minus -195C

- The temperature goes from +80C to -196C in just a few seconds.
- The client chooses one of the 8 programs that are pre-set according to the health or beauty target desired.
- Only CRYOSENSE Cryosauna combines cold and heat.
- Only CRYOSENSE Cryosauna can focus the cold at different levels: shoulders, lower back and legs.
- CRYOSENSE Cryosauna gives the best treatment to shoulders and neck thanks to the collar used in the sessions.
- CRYOSENSE's drying time is up to 2 minutes unlike any Cryosauna in the world.

JUKA Cryosauna

The Cryosauna is a single-person cryogenic chamber used for individual applications of Whole Body Cryotherapy.

Distinguished by its unique design, the JUKA Cryosauna is one of the most recognized and trusted products on the market and is the only one that is Medically Certified hence is used by more medical professionals and professional athletes than any other Cryotherapy device.

During the cryotherapy session, the temperature is regulated by the operating technician within the range of -120C to -140C. The Cryosauna is equipped with an electric lift, so the client inside is submerged in the liquid nitrogen fumes up to his/her neck, while the head is held above the cryogenic air. This enables the client to be in continuous communication with the technician, which improves the client's overall sense of safety.

CRYO Chamber

Cryochamber is a large, closed, stationary and computerized medical device, using liquid synthetic air. It enables to stay a few patients at the same time in a chamber at temperature e below - 120C.


  • cosmetology (cryogenic massage, cellulites, acne, seborrhoea etc.);
  • dermatology (psoriasis, neurodermitis, eczema etc.);
  • neuropathology (neuritis, neuralgia, radiculitis);
  • manual therapy (osteochondrosis)
  • treatment of injuries,
  • treatment of burns;
  • sports medicine;
  • recovery after surgery



Any past or present history involving or concerning the following:

  • extremely high blood pressure
  • chronic cardiovascular diseases
  • past or present myocardial infarction
  • hypertension (AP > 180/100 mm of mercury)
  • cardiac insufficiency
  • erratic or abnormal heart rate and conduction disorders
  • Raynaud syndrome
  • Cryoglobulinemia
  • Cryofibrinogenemia
  • cerebral strokes
  • fever
  • pulmonary tuberculosis
  • malignant growths
  • hemorrhagic diathesis
  • anaemia
  • hysteric neurosis
  • individual cold intolerance
  • pregnancy
  • age under 10 years