Ice baths have been used for decades as a mechanism to rehabilitate and recover injuries for athletes, professionals, and anyone suffering from pain, inflammation, and damage to muscles, tendons, ligaments or soft tissue. But, Ice baths have very different effects on the body than cryotherapy does. So, what really are the differences between Whole Body…
We’re so excited we were featured on Thursday’s edition of River City Live. Eden and Mark experienced the chilly benefits of Whole Body Cryotherapy! Watch the video below.
Cryotherapy, which utilizes cryochambers with temperatures ranging from from −166°F to −220°F, can potentially facilitate the recovery of body parts affected by various types of sports injuries.
Whole-body cryotherapy and Localized cryotherapy is our weapon in achieving wellness.
Having researched the topic of cryotherapy and decided that it is one of the best recovery methods available on the market, you are still hesitant – let’s discuss the length of a session. Contrary to ice baths, which cryotherapy has to a greater extent replaced, a whole-body cryotherapy session is short: ice baths take around…
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The °CRYO Arctic Chamber is a new technology that allows for more people, who wouldn’t want their whole body submerged, to have access to cryotherapy.
Aging is inevitable, as our skin loses volume and density and lines start to appear. Cryotherapy can help to reverse signs of aging.
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Your after-exercise recovery routine has a big impact on your fitness gains and sports performance and allows you to train much more effectively. Here are some tips to get your post-workout plans on track.