Discover the new generation of infrared training. In the infrared training chamber, users experience up to -65°C throughout the body at a comfortable room air temperature.
Thanks to the patented technology, you can extend your treatment with the unique whole-body infrared therapy and further support the patients’ self-regulation – without the need for new staff.
In contrast to general punctual infrared therapies, the infrared training chamber has a homogeneous effect on the entire body.
The infrared training chamber offers the possibility to always regulate the room temperature comfortably, independent of the intensity of the infrared radiation. Unlike conventional infrared therapies, the chamber generates a uniform, narrow-band infrared field that extends over the entire skin, thus avoiding the typical sauna effect.
Users can adjust the temperature of the infrared deep heat according to their personal feeling of well-being without having to take the room temperature into consideration. In addition, an automatic energy-saving system is integrated in the chamber to keep power consumption as low as possible throughout the day.
The infrared training chamber is ideal for a variety of stationary training activities, from fitness and competitive sports to medical rehabilitation.
In the chamber, users are completely surrounded by a uniform field of deep heat from infrared radiation. This form of heat treatment is both scientifically and medically recognised and is used in a variety of settings including massage, heat treatments and even incubators for premature babies.
With the help of the chamber, users achieve their fitness and health goals not only faster and more efficiently, but also in a gentler and healthier way.
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Infrared therapy is a proven and versatile method that has long been used to promote health and relieve pain. This non-invasive form of treatment uses infrared radiation to penetrate deep into the tissues and trigger a range of positive effects. Infrared therapy has applications in medicine, physiotherapy, sports medicine and wellness. In this article, we will take a closer look at how infrared therapy works, its many applications and the scientific evidence that supports its effectiveness.
Infrared therapy, also known as heat treatment or infrared radiation therapy, uses infrared rays that penetrate the tissues in the form of heat. These rays have a deeper penetration depth than visible light and can thus penetrate deeper tissue layers.
The infrared rays penetrate the skin and heat the tissue, which results in a dilation of the blood vessels and improved blood circulation. The increased blood circulation leads to a better supply of oxygen and nutrients to the cells and promotes the flushing out of metabolic waste products. In addition, infrared therapy can promote muscle relaxation and help relieve pain and tension.
Pain relief: Infrared therapy is often used to relieve muscle and joint pain, back pain, arthritis, tendonitis and sports injuries.
Muscle recovery and sports medicine: In sports medicine, infrared therapy is used to promote muscle recovery after intense training or competition.
Wound healing and tissue repair: The increased blood flow from infrared therapy can support wound healing and speed up the repair of injured tissue.
Relaxation and stress relief: Infrared therapy also has applications in wellness, where it is used to promote relaxation and stress relief.