The benefits of electric cryotherapy treatment far outweigh those of traditional, nitrogen chambers; not to mention the safety concerns.

As opposed to nitrogen, which the FDA has had to add a safety warning due to the hazardous gas used in the treatment area, electric cryotherapy has been declared safe enough by the FDA to have zero safety warnings.

In addition, nitrogen chambers have had absolutely no clinical studies reported, whereas electrical chambers have had over 220 studies performed. Nitrogen chambers suffer from uneven cooling which results in discomfort and only partial body cooling.

Electric chambers deliver even cooling distribution for a whole body treatment. Lastly, nitrogen chambers possess a risk of asphyxiation and fainting, as well as forced air burns.


Electric chambers, like those at Sense Therapy, hold no asphyxiation or fainting risks and no forced air burns.