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Since 1998, Cryonic Medical’s technique has been the subject of many scientific publications, clinical observations, testimonials and dissertations in several fields:

  • SPORTS MEDICINE
  • RHEUMATOLOGY
  • PODIATRY
  • GERIATRY
  • EMERGENCY MEDICINE
  • VETERINARY
 

Here are some examples of publications and clinical observations:

 

SPORT MED * December 2001 * ‘SPORTS AND MEDECINE’

Edouard Herriot research hospital, Lyon.

Dr E. Brunet-Guedj, Dr B. Brunet, Dr J. Girardier, Dr E. Renauld, Dr M. Daubard, Dr R. Manigand, Sports Medicine Unit.

The impact of gaseous cryotherapy in the treatment of tendinopathies.

 

Journal of SPORTS TRAUMATOLOGY 2010

Dr Rozenblat Coralis Centre – Ozoir La Ferriere – France

Radial shock waves and NeuroCryoStimulation for treatment of tendinopathies. Reflections on our current knowledge of the physiopathology of pain from tendinopathies and on 8000 cases treated in eight years with radial shock waves and neurocryostimulation.

 

KINESITHERAPIE SCIENTIFIQUE * December 2004 * ‘THE SCIENCE OF PHYSIOTHERAPY’

University of Brussels - Doctor Romain Meeusen and Doctor Franck Handelberg

The influence of cryotherapy (Cryotron®) on pain and inflammation following a shoulder arthroscopy.

 

JOINT BONE SPINE 74 (2007) 617-621

Dr Guy Chatap, Annabelle De Sousa, Karine Giraud, Jean-Pierre Vincent. Service de Gérontologie 4, Hôpital Émile Roux, Assistance publique-Hôpitaux de Paris, Université Paris XII, Créteil, France.

“Pain in the older people. A prospective evaluation of treatment by hyperbaric gaseous Cryotherapy ( NeuroCryoStimulation).”

 

Ann. Fr Med. Urgence (2014) 4 :89-95

M Morelle-F. Cardon. Jb Beuscart. JB Campagne . E Wiel . E Boulanger . N Assez - Universitary Hospital of Lille France

“Place of NeuroCryoStimulation in the treatment of post traumatiqc pain in Emergency Department).”

 

KINESITHERAPIE SCIENTIFIQUE * 1998 * ‘THE SCIENCE OF PHYSIOTHERAPY’

University hospitals of Strasbourg. Professor Astrid Wilk, head of maxillo-facial surgery unit.

Study of the use of gaseous cryotherapy in maxillo-facial surgery for oedemata..

 

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