THE FDA HAS APPROVED CRYOTHERAPY, RIGHT?

The FDA has not approved cryotherapy, which is the most often used defence against it (The Food and Drug Administration). Since it was created in the 1970s as an arthritic therapy approach, it has grown significantly throughout Europe and most recently gained tremendous popularity in the US.

The fact is that cryotherapy was not approved by the FDA not because it is harmful, but rather because the FDA does not control it. The laws in the US are overly restrictive when it comes to new medical technology.

According to the FDA mission statement, its job is to protect the public’s health by ensuring the efficacy, security, and safety of human and veterinary pharmaceuticals, biological products, and medical devices, as well as the security of our country’s food supply, cosmetics, and radiation-emitting items.

No disease or ailment is ever claimed to be treated by cryotherapy, which is not a medical equipment. It aids in symptom reduction, enhances blood circulation, and stresses the body in a good way with all the pleasant effects that follow.

In contrast, EU laws are more flexible and progressive when it comes to the certification of cryotherapy equipment. For this reason, all of our cryosaunas are certified and have quality assurance records.

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