Cryotherapy, or Whole Body Cryotherapy (WBC), is a treatment where the body is exposed to ultra-low temperatures ranging between -200°F and -256 °F. Clients step into cryogenic chamber for a short duration of 1 min 30 seconds to 3 minutes. This treatment was first used in Japan in 1978.  Athletes who utilize ice packs or even ice baths, following strenuous exercise have discovered WBC as a powerful and more comfortable modality to decrease recovery time and increase athletic performance. The body responds to the cold temperatures by increasing metabolism, vasoconstriction and then vasodilation of blood vessels increasing oxygen to the tissues and releasing natural anti-inflammatories as well as endorphins or “feel good” hormones.

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