How effective is cryotherapy for managing pain?

Centuries of Healing

The use of cold therapy to treat injury and pain dates back to 2500 BC in ancient Egypt. There are many forms of modern cold treatment. You can find several at our lounge, including a chamber, localized, and facials. Cold therapy offers various health benefits, including reduced inflammation and pain, improved mental health and well-being, and quicker recovery from exercise or injuries.

Cryo Whole Body Chamber:

A Cryo Chamber is a small, enclosed space for therapeutic exposure to freezing temperatures. Upon entering, you wear protective clothing as the chamber is cooled using liquid nitrogen, reaching temperatures as low as -200 degrees Fahrenheit. The session lasts up to three minutes. Participants wear protective clothing like thick socks and gloves.

Cryo Facial:

Cryo facials focus on minimizing redness and irritation on facial skin, aiming to diminish localized inflammation and visible issues like acne scarring, eczema, and psoriasis. Using a specialized wand, the treatment delivers skin-tightening vapors, effectively flushing out toxins and reducing impurities. This safe process allows for daily cryo facials, providing a natural enhancement to your skin without any risks to your health.

Localized Cryotherapy

While localized therapy sessions last about 5 to 10 minutes, it has benefits that surpass traditional icing by hours. The intense cold prompts blood vessels to constrict, immediately reducing inflammation and swelling in the targeted areas. It is often used on knees, back, shoulders, and ankles.