The patented method of neuro-reflex cryogenic or cold therapy works with CO2 gas (carbon dioxide) at -78 ° C and ca. 2 bar pressure, which cools the skin surface temperature from ca. 32 °C to 2 °C within a few seconds.

The activation of the neuroreceptors located in the skin, in addition to the stimulation of the
neurovegetative system:

* Immediate pain reduction
* Reduction of the inflammatory process
* Relaxation of the musculature
* Improvement of blood circulation and tissue drainage


The pressure of about 2 bar and the strong cooling effect of the CO2 gas cooled to a temperature of -78 °C cause the above-mentioned neuroreflectory stimulus. Therefore, it is sufficient to treat only until the stimulus is triggered, which takes only a few seconds and max. 2 to 3 minutes, depending on the treatment. Temperature range between 2 to 5 °C is always used during the treatment.

The skin surface to be treated should be dry and free from metallic objects. Turn on the Cryonic System and open the CO2 gas supply. Select the treatment time depending on the indication. Move the nozzle slowly and continuously to treat the aching region and surrounding area until you reach the treatment goal. In case of inflammation, it is recommended to stimulate the lymphatic pathways before the treatment.

The research laboratory has developed a technique whereby the skin temperature is cooled to approximately 5 to 2 °C within 30 seconds by projection and sublimation of dry ice microcrystals at very low temperatures (-78 °C) and at very high speed.


Upon stimulation of the sensory receptors of the skin, information is transmitted directly to the hypothalamus, which activates the autonomic nervous system via the reflex pathways. This activation is the basis of the treatment, which provides an immediate therapeutic response by regulating local homeostasis and enzyme reaction.

Analgesic effect:
The pain receptors are blocked within 30 seconds.
The pain is drastically reduced.

Anti-inflammatory effect:
The synthesis of the enzymes responsible for the disease flare-up is prevented through increased tissue permeability.

Vasomotor effect:
Intensive drainage of the blood and lymphatic system between oncotic and hydrostatic pressure and increased flow through vasodilation.

Muscle relaxing effect:
The combination of very low temperatures and pressure relaxes the muscle fibers.

Acute or chronic indications

Functional rehabilitation: Improved mobility, relief of pain, relaxation of the muscles.

Traumatology sports medicine: sprain-strain-muscle tear, dislocation-tendinitis, hematoma (treatment of haemophilia), edema

Rheumatology: Inflammatory and degenerative rheumatic diseases, algodystrophy, sciatic lumbalgia, tendinitis bursitis, epicondylitis periostitis, surgery (postoperatively ):microsurgery of the hand
Maxillofacial surgery and plastic surgery, venous surgery, orthopedic surgery, pain relief


Cold allergy, Raynaud’s syndrome, skin sensitivity disorder, cryoglobulinemia