The Benefits of TruCryo

Results are immediate and depending on the condition, last from several hours to days after one single treatment.

Kaasen™ is designed to support practitioners and clients; it is not a replacement for skilled hands!

Kaasen™ delivers precise, targeted therapy to injured tissues. It is a dry pressurised vapour therapy that is applied topically and stimulates an optimal local response from the body to enhance the recovery of damaged tissues from injury.

Using Kaasen TruCryo™ as a stand-alone therapy will provide some benefits for the rehabilitation process. However, the therapeutic benefits are increased significantly when it is combined with rehabilitation treatments such as manipulation and massage by a skilled practitioner.

For the client/patient;

  • Pain-free movement
  • Reduced systemic inflammation to reduce the potential for exacerbated tissue damage from swelling
  • Brings forward treatment plan during vulnerability phase following tears – rehabilitation process can begin up to 7 days earlier
  • Rapid onset of thermal shock enhances natural inflammatory responses to increase the rate of recovery
  • Increased range of motion to promote enhanced rehabilitation through kinetic therapy

For the practitioner;

  • Massage and manipulation times by can be halved – less discomfort for clients and practitioners
  • Reduced treatment times mean more client appointments can be booked each day
  • Up to 25% “looser” muscle makes manipulation and massage easier – more comfortable and reduced risk of repetitive strain issues for the practitioner

"Cryotherapy applied via Kaasen is the most effective modality to date that I have introduced to my clients. And they love it."

David Jenkins BSc (Hons), Professional Sports Therapist, Sports Therapy Scotland

"We are using CryoStimulation as an integral part of our physical therapy treatments, with great results. In many cases the CryoStimulation has relieved symptoms more quickly than other methods of treatment. We highly recommend CryoStimulation as a part of physical therapy treatment to any therapist."

Agnieszka Hawrysz, Sports Injury Clinic Physiotherapist, Ireland