Lupus treatment in Bucks County PA–without drugs, surgery, or negative side effects
Don’t let Lupus put you in a corner. Fight back with Cryotherapy!
Lupus affects around 1.5 million Americans, with 90 percent of sufferers female. It is difficult to diagnose but the fatigue, fever, joint pain, skin rashes, and other symptoms can suddenly flare up without warning and affect the ability to live a normal life.
If you are suffering from lupus then you probably take medication to control the symptoms. But did you know that there is a natural therapy that can help relieve the symptoms?
Whole body cryotherapy can been applied to lupus treatment here in our center in Bucks County PA, to relieve pain, restore more energy, and allow a better quality of life.
What is lupus?
Lupus is a collection of chronic, inflammatory, autoimmune diseases in which an overactive immune system attacks normal, healthy tissues.
This can affect the joints, skin, or major bodily organs. Systemic lupus is the most common form of the disease, often affecting a major organ, such as the heart, lungs, kidneys or brain.
Typical symptoms include:
There’s no cure for lupus, and a range of medications are typically used to help control symptoms.
Cryotherapy treatment for lupus
Whole body cryotherapy has been used in Europe for many years to treat a host of autoimmune diseases like lupus.
We here at Cryo Spa have seen many guests come with Lupus and leave with significantly diminished pain. Don’t wait–you have the power to treat your pain today!
Find out more about how crytherapy works
Visit our general cryotherapy info page for details
Cryotherapy can be applied at any stage of the disease and can result in a clear improvement in the quality of life for sufferers, including:
- Reduced fever, pain, and inflammation
- More energy
- Reduced tendency to develop rashes
- Fewer headaches and a clearer mind
- Reduced reliance upon medication to control symptoms
Find out more about positive side effects of cryotherapy
Visit our side effects info page for details
How can you be sure it works?
Cryotherapy has been endorsed in the media and become a critical part of many patients’ programs for lupus treatment.