Cryotherapy exposes you to below zero temperatures for a short period of time. By allowing your body to undergo such a temperature change the blood vessels begin to constrict. This reaction sends nutrient enzyme-dense blood to your skin, muscles and joints, eliminating inflammation by causing your body to attempt to warm your vital organs.
Potential health benefits include reducing Fibromyalgia, Osteoarthrititis, Rheumatoid Arthritis, Osteoporosis, Phantom Pain, Chronic Pain Syndrome, Ankylosing Sponylitis, Inflammation of the Spine, Muscle Pain and Inflammation, Depression and Mood Disorders, Delayed Onset of Muscle Soreness. It can also assist with stress, insomnia and increase your overall energy levels.
Our cryotherapy chamber exposes you to below zero temperatures for approximately 1.5 to 3 minutes. allowing your body to undergo such A temperature change causes the blood vessels to constrict. This reaction sends nutrient enzyme-dense blood to your skin, muscleS and joints, ELIMINATING inflammation and causing your body to send blood to your core in an attempt to warm your vital organs.
Our cryoTHERAPY spot treatment targetS very specific areas anD reduceS pain, inflammation and swelling. This can be used for a variety of ailments including post surgical treatment, rashes, tendonitis, arthritis, joint pain, eczema, psoriasis, sprains and strains. This is very similar to direct icing, although our 6 to 7 minute treatments bring benefits that exceed hours of icing due to this “outside in” therapy.
Cryotherapy Facial (Frotox)
Our CryoTHERAPY Facials are a non-invasive and pain free treatment method. Liquid nitrogen vapors are gently blown onto your face and neck area. This will stimulate the production of collagen and decrease pore size. Other benefits over time may include tightening skin, improving skin tone, brightening dark spots, decreasing wrinkles and lines as well as helpING treat acne.
Compression Therapy Boots
Compression Therapy is controlled pressure along each limb. This technique increases blood flow back to the heart, reducing inflammation and improving the movement of tendons and joints. This is also referred to as sequential compression.