CryoHealth

CryoHealth at The Lab offers whole-body cryotherapy to decrease recovery time and increase athletic performance

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What are the benefits of cryotherapy and who uses it?

During Whole-Body Cryotherapy (WBC) the body is exposed to ultra-low temperatures (-200 to -240 F), triggering a systemic anti-inflammatory response. WBC was first used in Japan in 1978 to treat rheumatoid arthritis. Studies conducted over the last two decades have established WBC as a powerful treatment for inflammatory disorders and injuries. Professional athletes have been using WBC as a treatment to decrease recovery time and increase athletic performance. The accelerated production of collagen improves skin elasticity and texture, reversing skin aging and the appearance of cellulite. WBC has also been known to boost the body’s metabolic rate, accelerating weight loss outcomes.

What should I expect when I arrive?

Upon arrival the client will be asked to change into protective clothing. The client will be required to wear long socks pulled up to the knees, slippers and gloves. Men are required to wear cotton undergarments, but women may choose not to. A robe will be worn before and after treatment while transitioning from the changing area to the treatment area. These items are provided, but it is recommended that clients brings their own clothing if possible.

After entering the Cryosauna the client will be elevated so that their head is above the top rim of the sauna. Nitrogen gas will fill the sauna at a temperature of -200 to -240 degrees. Treatment time ranges from 1:30 - 3:00 minutes depending on individual client needs. During treatment the average skin temperature drops to 10 °C (50 °F), while the coldest skin temperature can be 0 °C (32 °F). The core body temperature remains unchanged during the treatment, however it may drop slightly afterwards.

Clients report that the experience is invigorating and improves a variety of conditions such as psychological stress, insomnia, rheumatism, muscle and joint pain, fibromyalgia, and psoriasis.*

Cryotherapy Session Rates:

Cryotherapy Single Session $65

2nd Treatment (same day) $25

Monthly Membership $549

(unlimited sessions)

Packages

Initial 3 Session Package $99

5 Session Package $249

10 Session Package $449

Ultimate Freeze Week $399

(2 sessions/day for 5 consecutive days)

Group Rates

Up to 10 Clients $45 / person

11-19 Clients $40 / person

20 + Clients $35 / person

How do I book an appointment?

You can book an appointment and pay online by following the link to our MindBodyonline scheduling software. You will be prompted to set up an account. Then you can search for appointment times and purchase treatments.

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Research Studies

Trail runners show a decrease in inflammation after using whole body cryotherapy

This is due to vasoconstriction at the muscular level and changes in the cytokine activity that decreases inflammation.

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Cryotherapy Facilitates the Recovery Process in Athletes

This is due to cryotherapy producing positive effects on the muscular enzymes creatine kinase and lactate dehydrogenase.

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Professional Tennis Players find Whole Body Cryotherapy to be an Effective Form of Recovery

In conjunction with moderate-intensity training, cryotherapy was more effective for the recovery process than the training itself.

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Use cryotherapy to treat chronic inflammatory arthritis

Patients experienced a significant reduction of pain over a period of 2 months after using Cryotherapy

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Cryotherapy combined with Physical Therapy improves recovery results

Patients with adhesive capsulitis of the shoulder experienced greater improvements when adding Cryotherapy to their treatment program.

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