Localized cryotherapy delivers cold air from -25° to -40° F to a targeted muscle or joint area for approximately 2 to 3 minutes. Localized cryotherapy helps to reduce pain and inflammation while boosting circulation in the affected area. Cryotherapy stimulates a cold-shock to the body, which then kick-starts the body’s natural ability to self-repair. After the cold-shock has occurred, a massive return of regenerative blood supply floods the targeted area, and rewarming occurs quickly after application. This process stimulates the self-repair process. Stimulation of the self-repair process facilitates faster recovery and improved pain management. Localized cryotherapy can be ideal for low back, neck, hamstring, ankle, knee, wrist, or elbow pain.