Cryotherapy means an exact usage of low temperatures in medical therapy. This technique usually involves the application of liquid nitrogen directly to the place where treatment is needed, in order to freeze every abnormal cell that is alive. The aim of cryotherapy is to reduce the growth and metabolism of ill cells. In other words, it reduces the reproduction of abnormal cells.
There are many advantages of such treatments, especially when it comes to illnesses such as: cervical ectropion, dermatological problems, surgical dysfunctions, and rheumatism. The whole procedure lasts from several seconds to a few minutes. The number and time of those treatments are arranged on an individual basis by the practitioner.
Implications of cryotherapy: