Cryotherapy FAQs

 

How does it work?

Cryotherapy uses liquid nitrogen which enters the cryo artic chamber as a vapor. A certified cryotherapy technician is always in the room supervising the session and monitoring your comfort.


What are the benefits?

  • Non-invasive treatment to reduce pain and inflammation

  • Boosts (stimulates) blood circulation which stimulates a variety of health benefits

  • Boosts the immune system

  • Combats fatigue

  • Helps slow fine lines and wrinkles

  • Increases muscle recovery time

  • Reduces tissues damage, swelling and bruising

  • Strengthens the immune system

  • Activates and stimulates the circulatory, nervous and energy systems in the body

  • Physiological reactions to trigger healing and restore the body and mind for overall wellbeing. The physiological reactions activate adrenaline, endorphins which results in a positive effect.

  • May reduce migraine symptoms and pain

  • Increases metabolism which may trigger weight loss

  • Reduces pain and inflammation

  • Relieves skin disorders


Is it cold?
How long will I be in the chamber? Can I get out anytime I want?

Cryotherapy feels like standing in front of the freezer on a hot summer day. Temperatures can reach between
-160° to -220° and sessions can last from 2 to 3 minutes. A technician will be in the room with you at all times and will help you exit the chamber at any time.