Cryotherapy

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Whole-body cryotherapy was introduced in Japan in 1980 and subsequently worldwide. Cryotherapy is the whole-body or localized use of extremely cold temperatures in therapy (-76° to-166°F). The term “cryotherapy” comes from the Greek words cryo meaning cold and therapy meaning cure. The goal of cryotherapy treatment is to offer you better health and a faster recovery from injury. These benefits start with the reduction of inflammation, pain relief, and improved mobility. The cryotherapy process decreases cellular metabolism, increases cellular survival, decreases inflammation, decreases pain and spasm, and promotes vasoconstriction and vasodilatation which leads to increased levels of oxygenated blood delivered to damaged tissue. In the cold temperatures, the blood vessels quickly constrict forming a protective layer while the core body temperature is maintained. The process naturally stimulates blood circulation as the body’s hormone, immune, and nervous systems are activated. Benefits of cryotherapy treatment have been widely publicized.

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With Whole Body Cryotherapy (WBC) the body is exposed to ultra-low temperatures. This modality was first utilized in Japan in 1978 to treat rheumatoid arthritis. Studies conducted in Europe over the last two decades have established WBC as a powerful treatment for inflammatory disorders and injuries. Professional athletes who have used ice baths in the past have discovered WBC as a more powerful and effective modality to decrease recovery time and increase athletic performance.*

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