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Studies suggest that cryotherapy may offer the following benefits:

1. Pain relief and muscle healing

Cryotherapy can help with muscle pain, as well as some joint and muscle disorders, such as arthritis.  It may also promote faster healing of athletic injuries.

2. Weight Loss

Cryotherapy alone will not cause weight loss, but it could support the process. In theory, being cold forces the body to work harder to stay warm. Additionally, cryotherapy helps with muscle pain, it could make it easier to get back to a fitness routine following sore muscles after an intense workout or an injury. 

3. Reduced inflammation

Inflammation is one way the immune system fights infection. Sometimes the immune system becomes overly reactive. The result is chronic inflammation, which is linked to many health conditions such as cancer, diabetes, depression, dementia, and arthritis.

As such, reducing inflammation could also improve overall health and reduce the risk of numerous chronic ailments.

Studies suggest that cryotherapy can reduce inflammation. 

4. Preventing dementia

If cryotherapy reduces inflammation, it could also reduce the risk of developing dementia.

A 2012 paper puts forward the possibility of cryotherapy being able to reduce the inflammation and oxidative stress associated with dementia, mild cognitive impairment, and other age-related forms of cognitive decline.

5. Reducing anxiety and depression

Research findings that cryotherapy reduces inflammation suggest that it could treat mental conditions linked to inflammation. Some preliminary research on cryotherapy and mental health also supports this claim.

A 2008 study found that in a third of people with depression or anxiety, cryotherapy reduced symptoms by at least 50 percent. This was a much greater reduction than in people who did not undergo cryotherapy.

6. Improving symptoms of eczema

The chronic inflammatory skin condition known as eczema can cause intensely itchy patches of dry skin. A 2008 study of people with eczema had participants stop using eczema medications. They then tried cryotherapy. Many of them saw improvements in their eczema symptoms.

7. Treating Migraine Headaches

Cryotherapy may help prevent migraines. In a 2013 study, researchers applied cryotherapy to the necks of people who had migraines. The treatment reduced their pain.


How to prepare for your appointment

Be sure to follow these important instructions: 

  • Skin must be DRY and free of moisturizers
  • Wear cotton 
    • Underwear
    • Bra must be free of underwires
  • Remove piercing

What to expect: 

  • Arrive for your appointment 3-5 minutes early
  • Your appointment will take approximately 10 minutes 
  • Please sign and print or email your waiver

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Who should NOT use CryoTherapy

Safety First

Who should NOT use Whole Body Cryotherapy?

  • Are pregnant
  • Have cold, fever, or seasonal infection (flu, sinusitis, etc.)
  • Have cold-induced asthma
  • Have an open wound or sore (including teeth abscesses)
  • Have severe hypertension
  • Have hyperthyroidism
  • Have tumor diseases
  • Have a heart or cardiovascular and respiratory disease (which may include heart disease, hyper- or hypotension, angina, heart failure ischemic heart disease or other rhythmic conditions)
  • Have acute respiratory disease
  • Have a pacemaker
  • Have peripheral arterial disease (Fontaine Stages III & IV )
  • Expired venous thrombosis
  • Have seizures
  • Have bacterial and viral skin infections
  • Have acute kidney and urinary tract disease
  • Are under the influence of drugs or alcohol
  • Heart attack which dates less then 6 months
  • Have severe anemia
  • Have Raynaud’s syndrome
  • Have Polyneuropathy