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Cryotherapy Chamber
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Cryotherapy, also known as 'cold therapy', works by exposing an individuals whole body to temperatures ranging from -130 degrees Fahrenheit to -180 degrees Fahrenheit for unique therapeutic purposes. This is performed by stepping into a chamber the size of a standup shower for 1-3 minutes.

When the body senses cold temperatures, a physiologic response known as Peripheral Vasoconstriction sends blood from the extremities to the torso to aid in insulation and protect vital body organs. When the session is complete, oxygenated blood will then rush from vital organs to the rest of the body resulting in healing of tissues. This concentrated, localized treatment can be very beneficial and is often more comfortable than ice baths.

The benefits of Cryotherapy have been studied and observed in Japan since the 1970s and athletes from all over the world have seen an increase in recovery, decreased muscle soreness and improved performance.


  • Reduces recovery time after exercise

  • Relieves pain and improves muscular fatigue

  • Improves circulation

  • Reduces muscle micro-tears

  • Stimulates immune system

  • Helps release endorphins

  • Boosts energy


  • Systemic Inflammation

  • Arthritis

  • Fibromyalgia

  • Stress and Anxiety

  • Symptoms related to Multiple Sclerosis

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