Cryotherapy is the latest treatment in the field of aesthetics. It’s a safe, non-invasive method that uses extreme cold to treat skin conditions, managing pain, inflammation, and injuries. It can be used in conjunction with other therapies such as physical therapy, massage and chiropractic care to accelerate your recovery.

Benefits of Cryotherapy:

  • Relief from chronic pain
  • Improved flexibility and range of motion
  • Reduced muscle spasms
  • Reduces inflammation
  • Improves muscle function
  • Improves blood circulation
  • Increases energy levels and mood
  • Enhanced athletic performance and recovery time
  • Improved immune system function

Cryotherapy is a safe and effective way to treat a variety of conditions and an incredible way to treat your pain and get back to the activities you love.

Cryotherapy Candidates:

  • You suffer from chronic pain due to injury or illness
  • You want to recover faster from athletic injuries
  • You want to improve your overall athletic performance


We utilize a nitrogen gas chamber with a head enclosure for our whole-body cryotherapy. The unit uses cold air delivered to the chamber via a heat exchanger. No vapored nitrogen goes inside, so individuals breathe normally inside during a treatment.

We recommend wearing comfortable athletic clothing with NO METAL on them. You must remove all metal from your person before entering the whole body cryotherapy chamber. If you have a piercing that cannot be removed, we will provide you with something to cover it with. You MUST cover your feet, ankles, hands, and ears. We provide wool socks, gloves, and head/ear coverings, but you may bring your own if you prefer.

Cryotherapy is a medical treatment that involves exposing the body to extremely cold temperatures, usually between -180 to -260℉, for a short duration.

Cryotherapy works by triggering the body’s natural response to cold. The extreme cold stimulates blood vessels to constrict, directing blood flow to essential organs, and triggers the release of endorphins to reduce pain and inflammation.

Some potential benefits of cryotherapy include reduced muscle soreness and inflammation, improved recovery post-exercise, pain relief, increased metabolism, improved collagen production for healthier skin, and potential benefits in managing certain skin conditions.

Cryotherapy sessions typically last between 2 to 3 minutes, although some individuals may prefer shorter sessions starting from 1 minute.

When performed correctly and with proper precautions, cryotherapy is generally considered safe. However, it is important to follow guidelines and consult with a healthcare professional to ensure it is suitable for individual health conditions.

Cryotherapy may not be recommended for individuals with certain medical conditions, such as uncontrolled high blood pressure, heart conditions, Raynaud’s disease, cold allergies, pregnancy, or if they have recently had a heart attack or stroke. Individuals under 12 years of age.

Cryotherapy may initially cause discomfort due to the extreme cold temperatures, but it is typically tolerable. Individuals may experience a tingling or numb sensation. It is important to communicate any discomfort to the cryotherapy technician during the session.

The frequency of cryotherapy sessions varies depending on the individual and their goals. Generally, sessions can be done multiple times per week or even daily, but it is advisable to consult with a cryotherapy professional to determine the appropriate frequency for optimal results.

While cryotherapy may temporarily increase metabolism, it is not a replacement for a healthy diet and regular exercise. However, it may support weight loss efforts when combined with a comprehensive approach to a healthy lifestyle.

Whole body cryotherapy involves exposing the entire body to extreme cold temperatures for a short duration, typically in a specially designed chamber. In contrast, localized cryotherapy targets specific areas of the body, such as a joint or muscle, with cold therapy methods like ice packs or localized cryotherapy machines. While whole body cryotherapy aims to provide overall systemic benefits, localized cryotherapy focuses on specific areas for targeted healing and pain relief.