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Sep 19, 2019
Found 32 results for Cryotherapy in London, UK.

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Ghazaleh Rahimi Khoub

Ghazaleh Rahimi Khoub

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Podiatry

Daniel Wright

Daniel Wright

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General Practice

Wayne Cottrell

Wayne Cottrell

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General Practice

Ahmed Bachelani

Ahmed Bachelani

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Willem Theron

Willem Theron

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Wayne Cottrell

Wayne Cottrell

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Adam Friedmann

Adam Friedmann

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Dermatology

Aisling Ryan

Aisling Ryan

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Dermatology

Sajjad Rajpar

Sajjad Rajpar

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Dermatology

Claire Fletcher

Claire Fletcher

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Dermatology

Abha Gulati

Abha Gulati

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Dermatology

Mitle Patel

Mitle Patel

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Podiatry

Cristina Rodriguez-Garcia

Cristina Rodriguez-Garcia

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Victoria Akhras

Victoria Akhras

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Dermatology

Kapil Bhargava

Kapil Bhargava

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Dermatology

Cryotherapy

What is cryotherapy? Cryotherapy is a procedure that uses freezing temperatures to treat a variety of different issues. Cryotherapy can be used to kill off nerves that might be causing pain but it can also be used to treat abnormal cells in diseases such as cancer. Cryotherapy doctors can use the procedure to slow down the effect of chronic diseases by reducing the amount that cells grow and reproduce. As a potentially life saving or life lengthening treatment, it’s important that you find the best rated cryotherapy treatment in London. Doctify will guide you to a team of top cryotherapy experts who will carefully assess your needs and target your issue accordingly. It is used to decrease cell growth and reproduction, increase cell survival, decrease inflammation and pain and promote vessels constriction. At freezing temperatures, it can crystalize the liquid found inside cells (cytosol).

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