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Cryotherapy is an increasingly popular medical spa treatment that can help patients with everything from increasing energy levels to reducing pain and inflammation, among other things.
Entering an ice-cold chamber can be intimidating for some, but even the most warm-blooded members have found that cryotherapy is easy to get used to and becomes an enjoyable experience after a few tries. If you have any questions or concerns for our team or you are ready to schedule your next cryotherapy appointment, feel free to get in touch with our team.
Cryotherapy involves stepping into a chamber that fills up with liquid nitrogen that can drop down to -200° Fahrenheit or colder.
You will feel the icy cold air swirling around you, but unlike ice baths, it should not be a painful or extremely uncomfortable experience.
During the session, your blood will begin to accumulate in the center of your body and cause the white blood cells to begin moving faster, which jumpstarts the healing process. Treatments only take a few minutes, making cryotherapy a quick and easy service that can fit into even the busiest of schedules.
Aside from stepping out of the cryotherapy chamber feeling refreshed and energized, there are many other benefits that come with regular cryotherapy treatments. Here are a few reasons why cryotherapy quickly becomes a favorite service among our members. Cryotherapy treatments can:
- Reduce mental stress and anxiety
- Improve energy levels
- Stimulate metabolism
- Reduce inflammation
- Enhance immunity
- Reduce joint pain
- Improve circulation
- Increase recovery times
Is cryotherapy safe?
Our cryotherapy treatments are always monitored by professionals, but we recommend asking your doctor if cryotherapy would be a safe treatment for you to utilize. In general, cryotherapy works well for adults who do not have any heart-related conditions or extremely high blood pressure, and pregnant women should avoid cryotherapy as well.
Doctors have recommended using ice to relieve muscle tension and pain for decades, and a form of cryotherapy called cryosurgery is often used by medical professionals to treat warts and reduce cancer tissue. As always, our knowledgeable team is at your disposal to answer any questions you may have and offer advice.Contact Us