Cryo Local Polar Bear

Cryo Local Polar Bear


Equipped with a 50-litre bottle for liquid nitrogen
for cryotherapy / local cryostimulation.

The device is recommended for clinics, hospitals, sanatoriums, rehabilitation and physiotherapeutic surgeries. Easy to move, it can work in several places: at the patient's bed, in gyms, in rehabilitation and physiotherapy surgeries.


Automatic measurement of skin temperature during the treatment

An innovative device that measures the patient's skin surface temperature during cryotherapy procedures. A sensor placed in the blow-in nozzle allows a therapist to control the temperature of the body area subjected to cold cryogen.

As a result, the therapist can more easily find out whether cryostimulation is carried out evenly and effectively, and the light signal informs about too intensive skin cooling and a frostbite threat.

& pleasant handling

The device is controlled by a remote control and a large touch panel with an LCD screen displaying treatment parameters.

Smoothly adjustable blowing force allows for choosing optimal treatment parameters for the size of the area subjected to cryotherapy.

Effective local

Cryotherapy is one of the oldest methods of physical therapy.

Treatment with cold was already known in the Middle Ages, when people used anaesthetic properties of ice and snow. It is an effective form of treatment that allows for restoring fitness and improving health.

Local cryotherapy has a wide spectrum of application. And for this reason, it enjoys great popularity. Local cryotherapy treatment involves blowing of a mixture of liquid nitrogen vapour and cooled air. Making circular movements, a physiotherapist applies frozen air over the area subjected to cryotherapy. A single treatment usually lasts from several dozen seconds to 30 minutes.

This treatment method is more and more frequently used, also in cosmetics. If you have a problem with cellulite, erythema, birthmarks, with dilated capillaries or other skin imperfections, it is worth going to the nearest beauty salon and enjoying this treatment.


Cryotherapy is also used in face and body plastic surgery, in cellulite and overweight treatment and in prevention of aging processes. Local cryotherapy in the area of surgical site during plastic surgery and liposuction after application of sutures and before tourniquets significantly reduces postoperative oedema, accelerates the skin healing process.

Thanks to local cryotherapy, skin becomes more oxygenated and, consequently, firm and luminous. Cryotherapy also helps to fight with wrinkles, since anti-wrinkle and moisturizing cosmetics are introduced into the skin during the procedure. Skin stimulated with cold absorbs all cosmetic preparations much better, which, thanks to the low temperature, can reach deeper layers of the epidermis. Therefore, the face oval improves, wrinkles become smoothed and the skin – stimulated for regeneration.

Cryotherapy helps to take care of not only the face, but also the neckline, stomach, breasts, neck, buttocks and arms.

Treatments carried out at low temperature reduce stretch marks, swelling or spider veins, making the skin more elastic and firm.

in sport

Treatment with cold in sport brings positive effects during healing of injuries, which has been confirmed by numerous tests. It is also an indispensable element of effective preparation and regeneration of the sports person. Athletes both in Poland and in the world use local cryotherapy. Cryotherapy in sport primarily accelerates body regeneration after training, has analgesic, anti-swelling, and anti-inflammatory effects, supporting treatment of various types of injuries to the musculoskeletal system.

What are the results
of the treatment?

Limitation of circulation in a particular place

Slower metabolism

Improved blood supply and oxygen absorption in tissues

Stimulated cold receptors

Reduced activity of heat receptors

Formation of vasomotor changes

Inhibited inflammation

More oxygenated skin - firmer and more elastic

Smoothed wrinkles/p>

Improved face oval

Faster skin regeneration

Reduction of disappearance of oedema

Reduced muscle tension and reduced pain by launching an internal analgesic response

When to apply
the treatment?

Treatment of joints and muscles

Injuries of joints and soft tissues, e.g. sprains, dislocations

All rheumatoid and rheumatic diseases of the motor organs, e.g. rheumatoid arthritis

Ankylosing spondylitis

Psoriatic arthritis

Joint diseases caused by metabolic disorders (gout)

Periarticular inflammation

Degenerative spine disease

Burns – removing thermal shock





Tendon diseases, torn muscles and ligaments

Prevention of osteoporosis

Multiple sclerosis

Oedema, bruises, post-traumatic hematomas