Delivering High Pressure Cryotherapy with a Proprietary Mobile Device
New York, New York – June 30, 2022 – For Immediate Release –New York Cryogen, Inc. has achieved recognition from the American Medical Association (AMA). This recognition as a medical procedure is confirmed by the issuance of exclusive Current Procedural Terminology (CPT) insurance billing codes. The assignment of an exclusive CPT code means that healthcare insurances including government and private plans will now honor medically necessary high pressure cryotherapy billings.
This breakthrough recognition from the AMA and the assignment of an exclusive CPT insurance code is a major step towards New York Cryogen, Inc’s ability to offer its therapeutic services to more people. The acceptance as a recognized medical therapy will enable more patients and clients to experience the benefits of high-pressure cryotherapy with the help of health insurance coverage.
The AMA recognition and assignment of CPT will further accelerate the development and implementation of cryotherapy protocols for healing, revitalizing and repairing muscle damage, as well as delivering safe effective pain management treatments for chronic and acute conditions.
New York Cryogen, Inc. is in the final phases of rolling out its innovative mobile handheld high pressure cryotherapy device to providers throughout the nation and world. Its current extensive use of the device while performing mobile cryotherapy sessions in homes and offices is proving its durability, functionality and effectiveness.
How New York Cryogen, Inc. Works
The innovative portable therapeutic medical device is used to lower the body temperature in the targeted area to a predetermined minimum. The lower body temperature causes blood vessels and tissues to tighten and constrict. The body focuses on redirecting energy and blood flow to the core.
During the therapy session the New York Cryogen, Inc. handheld portable medical device delivers liquid CO2 or carbon dioxide to produce effective results. Upon completion of the procedure there is a gradual restitution of the body’s temperature to a normal range. This allows blood to return to normal circulatory pressure levels. This reheating of major muscle groups results in a restorative effect, providing for greater range of motion and recovery.
Observational and clinical trials of continued high pressure cryotherapy use note that muscles adapt and improve over time. The result is shortened muscle repair and recovery times. High pressure cryotherapy technology eradicates inflammation, a recognized cause of muscle, organ and health stress. In response to the opioid crisis cryotherapy has proven to be effective in pain management.
High Pressure Cryotherapy Applications
Ongoing and completed clinical trials focus on a variety of recovery, health and cosmetic benefits of the applications of high-pressure cryotherapy. As a medical procedure that aids in treatment, cryotherapy technologies focus on:
– Pain Management
– Muscle Recovery and Repair for Athletes
– Post-Surgery Recovery
Along with recognized medical uses cryotherapy applications are being assessed and utilized with continued promising results for cosmetic applications. Clients and patients seek mobile treatments with cryotherapy by New York Cryogen, Inc. for:
– Body Sculpting (Targeted fat reduction)
– Acne Treatments
– Fine skin wrinkles and jawline tightening
Aesthetic procedures that are deemed “not medically necessary” will not be covered under the average a majority of standard healthcare plans.
Gregory N. Papageorge, the CEO and founder of New York Cryogen, Inc. and a driving force in its acceptance by the medical community, recently stated, “As the first company to have exclusive CPT billing codes combined with our proprietary high-pressure cryotherapy mobile medical device, New York Cryogen, Inc. is well positioned to expand our services to a broader base of clients, patients and customers who will benefit from this innovative medical therapy.”
About New York Cryogen, Inc.
New York Cryogen, Inc. with a home office located at Siege Athletics at 228 East Jericho Turnpike, Mineola, New York 11501, is a mobile therapeutic provider of cryotherapy. In providing mobile cryotherapy services 7 days a week at the homes and offices of clients and patients, New York Cryogen, Inc. has researched and developed a proprietary mobile device. Upon final testing, the New York Cryogen, Inc. cryotherapy mobile medical device will be available for distribution nationally as well as globally.
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