Cold chamber -110°C

Feeling good through the cold

Originally from medicine, the positive effects of cryotherapy on the body are surprisingly diverse and have been used successfully in medicine in the areas of pain management and rheumatism for decades. Cryotherapy (cold therapy) at -110°C strengthens the immune system, reduces inflammation in the body, makes you fit and powerful in sports and everyday life, immediately creates a good mood, helps to reduce pain immediately, helps you lose weight, strengthens connective tissue, allows you to sleep better immediately and stimulates metabolism.

Book First SessionBuy Now

All the positive effects on the human body are made possible by a strong release of happiness hormones caused by the cold and other metabolic processes initiated by the cold. The medical and 100% dry cold is very well tolerated and free from side effects. Cold therapy helps the body to help itself — gently, naturally and guaranteed without the addition of foreign substances. The colder, the more effective. Therefore, exclusively at doctorfrost, you can choose between two temperature levels: -85°C and -110°C. Why -110°C? The level of endorphin emissions cannot be increased by extending the application time to -85°C. If you want to experience a more intense effect, you have to expose your body to a lower temperature. Cryotherapy in high-performance cold chambers is also very safe: Here, only the surface temperature of the skin decreases, but not the core body temperature. Unlike ice bathing, where the body's core temperature drops too much, cryotherapy only has positive effects and does not lead to states of exhaustion.

Key Benefits

  • pain reduction
  • Performance increase
  • Mood boosting
  • Collagen Booster
  • regeneration
  • Sleep better
  • Metabolism activation
  • Strengthening the immune system

Duration

1—2 min

Frequency

1-2 times a week
Possible every day

Prices

First time use 29€
Ten card starting at 279€

Studies

Show Studies

Key Questions Answered

What kind of cold chambers are these?
How long does a cryotherapy session take?
What are the main contraindications to cryotherapy?
Why are there different temperature levels in cryotherapy: -85°C and -110°C?
Can light and oxygen therapy be combined with cryotherapy?
How often should I use cryotherapy?
What is cryotherapy or cold therapy?
Why cold therapy?
Are there parking spaces at doctorfrost?
Is the cold dangerous for my body?
Can doctorfrost Frankfurt be reached by public transport?
Will I receive advice?
How does a cryotherapy treatment work?
Does cold therapy have side effects?