Whole Body Cryotherapy

Get your "A" game back faster with a 3-minute session. Cryotherapy has become an optimal method of healing traumas, and is also applied as a method of biological regeneration and recovery and may assist in the following:

  • Reduce Inflamatin
  • Relieve Aches & Pains
  • Speed up Metabolism
  • Skin Rejuvenation
  • Improve Immune Function
  • Increase Cognitive Function
  • Increase Energy
  • Burns Calories

Get Ready For A Whole Body Rejuvination

With our state-of-the-art Whole Body Cryotherapy system, we approach your recovery with a natural and safe way to prevent or eliminate joint pain associated with the following:

  • Rheumatoid & Osteo Arthritis
  • Muscle Sprain & Strain
  • Sports Injuries
  • Repetitive Motion Injury
  • Inflamation
  • Lactic Acid Build-up


May also assist with:

  • Mobilize stagnant body fluids
  • Eliminate metabolic waste
  • Soothes muscle and joint soreness
  • Boosts your energy
  • Better sleep

Fast and convenient wellness methods for rapid recovery of injuries and a significant boost in your overall wellbeing. 

How much should I do cryotherapy?

  • One session will immediately help with pain.
  •  10 sessions in a 10-12 day period will push out inflamation.
  • Can technically do up to 2 sessions in one day.

What should I wear during cryotherapy?

  • Men will wear underwear/boxers/shorts.
  • Women will not wear anything. 
  • We provide dry socks, hard bottomed slippers, and gloves which must be worn by eeryone during the session. 

What do I do before my cryotherapy session?

  • Do not put on lotion for 3*4 hours ahead of time.
  • Make sure your body is completely dry before entering.
  • If you feel any moisture on your skin, do not do cryotherapy. 
  • Make sure you don't have any metal on your body from your shoulders down. Metal plates (internal) are fine. 
  • Do not do an infrared sauna session or anything else that has made you sweat 3-4 hours before your session.

What should I do after my cryotherapy session?

  • Drink lots of water.
  • Pairing with an infrared sauna  session is helpful and feels great.

What happens if I get burned while doing cryotherapy?

  • Burns generally only last a couple of days and aren't any worse than a sunburn. 
  • Applying aloe helps with burns. 
  • If its a more serious burn, we will immediately assit you in seeking medical attention. 

Who should not do cryotherapy?

  • Blood pressure above 160 or known/uncontrolled high blood pressure. 
  • Cancer patient who is currently undergoing chemotherapy.
  • Pacemaker
  • Raynaud's Disease
  • Cold activated asthma
  • Cold allergies
  • Those unfit to exercise
  • Hypotension and Hypothydoidism
  • Women who are breastfeeding
  • Pregnant women
  • Anyone with open wounds or fresh tattoos
  • Pre-puberty aged people
  • Heart Conditions
  • Anyone who has had heart surgeries, stents, other heart conditions, cancer should refer to their doctor before doing cryotherapy.

** Everyone must fill out a waiver before cryotherapy session if they have not done it before. Waiver should be updated before each session.

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With Whole Body Cryotherapy (WBC) the body is exposed to ultra-low temperatures, triggering a systemic anti-inflammatory response. This modality was first utilized in Japan in 1978 to treat rheumatoid arthritis. Studies conducted over the last two decades have established WBC as a powerful treatment for inflammatory disorders and injuries. The accelerated production of collagen improves skin elasticity and texture, reversing skin aging and the apperance of cellulite. WBC boots the body's metabolic rate, accelerating weight loss outcomes. 

Musculoskeletal:

The anti-inflammatory and analgesic properties of cryotherapy can drastically improve join disorders such as rheumatoid and osteoarthritis. Athletes are using whole body cryotherapy to recover from injuries and improve their performance.

Skin:

Skin exposure to temperatures below 200 degrees Fahrenheit triggers the systemic release of anti-inflammatory cytokines, and decreases circulating pro-inflammatory cytokines. This internal response decreases inflammation in all areas of the body. The rapid cooling of the skin activates the production of collagen (similar to lasers treatments of the face, where very hot temperatures are used). The skin reins elasticity and becomes smoother and more even-toned, significantly improving conditions such as cellulite and skin aging. Skin vessels and capillaries undergo sever vasoconstriction (to keep the core temperature from dropping), followed by vasodilation after the procedure. Toxins and other stored deposits are flushed out of the chronic skin conditions such as psoriasis and dermatits. 

Endocrine:

The extreme cold exposure causes the body to turn up its metabolic rate in order to produce heat. This effect lasts for hours to days after the procedure, causing the body to 'burn' up to 800 calories following the procedure. After several procedures, the increase in metabolic rate tends to last longer. Another 'survival reaction' to the extreme temperatures is the release of endorphins (hormones) that have analgesic and anti-inflammatory properties, and improve mood disorders. WBC has been studied for the successful treatment of medication resistant depressive disorders.

Immune System:

Cryotherapy improves the function of the immune system and decreaes stress levels. 

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