C2 Cryotherapy

The diffuser streams high-pressure, carbon dioxide (CO2) gas at 70 bars pressure and -110°F to the

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03/03/2022

Do I know anyone that what's to try cryotherapy??? Horses, people, pets. Message me, let me know.

01/14/2022

Getting Mason Webber's head horse aka Lollipop, ready for Tucson High School Rodeo. Best of luck to all High School and Jr High Rodeo contestants stay safe. Please feel free to contact me if you would need any work done on your horses. Thank you

01/14/2022

Getting Mason Webber's head horse aka Lollipop ready for Tucson High School Rodeo. Best of luck to all the High School and Jr High contestants.

C2 Cryotherapy 01/09/2022

How it Works
The diffuser streams high-pressure, carbon dioxide (CO2) gas at 70 bars pressure and -110°F to the affected site on the horse’s body. This creates a thermal shock that immediately activates the sensory neuroreceptors under the skin. The horse’s central nervous system responds with a corrective reflex, which brings a reduction in inflammation, swelling and pain, with further muscular relaxation, within just 60 seconds.

4 Principle Effects
Equine Cryotherapy is astonishingly effective within a short timeframe and allows you to bring the following benefits to all areas of the horse’s body.

Analgesia: Treatment brings an immediate reduction in pain caused by joint, ligament and tendon issues, allowing horses to recover from acute and chronic lameness faster.

Anti-Inflammatory:Swelling decreases rapidly, while associated increases in blood flow enables faster healing of damaged soft tissue, especially with laminitic horses.

Muscular: Rapid resolution of post-exercise tension and pain from microtears reduces the risk of further tissue damage.

Cardiovascular: Blood vessels dilate leading to improve circulation, minimizing the possibility of further damage caused by poor blood flow to injury sites.

C2 Cryotherapy The diffuser streams high-pressure, carbon dioxide (CO2) gas at 70 bars pressure and -110°F to the

01/08/2022

I will be in the east valley on Friday if anyone needs Cryotherapy done on their horses, dogs or any other animals. Please feel free to message me.

Photos from C2 Cryotherapy's post 12/31/2021

You can see in these photos how cryotherapy reduces the heat and inflammation.

12/31/2021

How it Works
The diffuser streams high-pressure, carbon dioxide (CO2) gas at 70 bars pressure and -110°F to the affected site on the horse’s body. This creates a thermal shock that immediately activates the sensory neuroreceptors under the skin. The horse’s central nervous system responds with a corrective reflex, which brings a reduction in inflammation, swelling and pain, with further muscular relaxation, within just 60 seconds.

4 Principle Effects
Equine Cryotherapy is astonishingly effective within a short timeframe and allows you to bring the following benefits to all areas of the horse’s body.

Analgesia: Treatment brings an immediate reduction in pain caused by joint, ligament and tendon issues, allowing horses to recover from acute and chronic lameness faster.

Anti-Inflammatory:Swelling decreases rapidly, while associated increases in blood flow enables faster healing of damaged soft tissue, especially with laminitic horses.

Muscular: Rapid resolution of post-exercise tension and pain from microtears reduces the risk of further tissue damage.

Cardiovascular: Blood vessels dilate leading to improve circulation, minimizing the possibility of further damage caused by poor blood flow to injury sites.

Now scheduling. This is an awesome therapy equine, dogs, people. Please feel free to message me for any info.

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Getting Mason Webber's head horse aka Lollipop, ready for Tucson High School Rodeo. Best of luck to all High School and ...
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