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Red Light Therapy for Neuropathy

By admin | July 8, 2019

In the past, diabetics and cancer patients had to take medication with unwanted side effects to alleviating pain from neuropathy.  Studies have shown that red light therapy has been successful for pain relief.  The treatment can last for days or weeks at a time.

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Recovery After Exercise

By admin | February 20, 2019

Your recovery after exercise routine has a big impact on your fitness gains and sports performance and allows you to train much more effectively. 

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Cryotherapy for Inflammation

By admin | January 25, 2019

Cryotherapy for Inflammation works to heal wounds, but it can also play a role in some chronic diseases. It is the body’s attempt to heal itself after an injury; defend itself against foreign invaders, such as viruses and bacteria; and repair damaged tissue.

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Why Athletes Love Cryotherapy

By admin | January 10, 2019

Cryotherapy has become the leading method for pain management and sports recovery. This treatment is easy and painless, which is why many people who suffer from chronic pain are obsessed with it. This treatment extends beyond pain management. Lots of athletes are choosing this treatment as their main sports recovery technique. Not only does this treatment work effectively, but it also comes with lots of advantages.

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Your Body on Cryotherapy

By admin | January 7, 2019

What happens during a Cryotherapy session and after you leave the chamber? Recognition, Revitalize, and Restore Phase One: Recognition – During a 2 to 3 minute session at -140 degrees C, blood vessels in your skin’s surface and muscle tissue constrict, forcing blood away from the peripheral tissue and toward your core, in the core, the body’s natural filtration system works to remove toxins and inflammatory properties of the blood.

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Cryotherapy Cold Therapy helps with fighting Cellulite

By admin | December 18, 2018

Fighting cellulite has been a mystery to be solved for many years. You can currently find lotions, creams, sponges, gloves, wraps, special pants, and machines that claim to help in cellulite reduction. Cryotherapy is the answer. What is Cellulite? Cellulite is a dimpling of the skin that has been linked to a breakdown in collagen in the skin. Collagen is the connective tissue found in skin that breaks down due to age or genetics. Until now, there was no way to increase collagen in the skin or anywhere in the body. How does cryotherapy help with reducing cellulite? Cryotherapy activates collagen production in the skin, which repairs broken connections in the skin – thus reducing the appearance of cellulite! Cryotherapy will actually activate collagen production throughout the body: Collagen is found in skin, tendons, ligaments, bones, blood vessels, the gastrointestinal tract, discs and even teeth! So in addition to reducing cellulite, cryotherapy will make you stronger, increase your mobility, and flexibility. In addition to increasing collagen and smoothing out areas of cellulite, cryotherapy reduces fat deposits since fat cells are extremely intolerant of the cold. When fat cells are exposed to extremely cold temperatures they actually self destruct. By eliminating fat deposits…

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Cryotherapy for Dancers: No dancer wants to miss a performance!

By admin | December 10, 2018

More than 80% of dancer injuries are related to overuse especially in classical ballet. Another study of modern dancers showed that 82% suffered 1-7 injuries with the most common being foot, ankle, knee and lower back. Always try to prevent injury but that is not always possible. The risk of injury is always there especially for professionals or serious amateurs. When injuries do occur, cryotherapy can work hand in hand with physical therapy to help speed up the recovery process so activity can return faster. We have always known the advantage of icing an injury. Think of the Cryo Chamber as a giant ice pack working on the whole body. Localized Cryo has all the benefits of whole body cryo without stepping in the chamber and targets the specific area of the injury. For dancers, a majority of the injuries occur in the lower body – foot and ankle, knee, hip, even stress fractures but lower back and upper extremities are not uncommon. Foot and ankle injuries – Achilles tendinitis, trigger toe, ankle impingement Knee Injuries – Dancers experience a lower incidence of ACL injuries, mainly from learning to jump at a young age which increases the control in the…

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Cryotherapy Health Benefits

By admin | November 26, 2018

Cryotherapy  health benefits have been researched for decades. As time goes on, more and more benefits are being discovered for not only the body, but for your mind too. The effects of Cryotherapy provides a natural, safe, non-invasive therapeutic program to aid in performance, recovery, and health & wellness by promoting and stimulating the body’s natural healing process. Cryotherapy was first discovered as a treatment for arthritis and then used by athletes for recovery but those using cryotherapy have found more benefits: Boosts Metabolism By enjoying just one session of cryotherapy, your body can burn more than 800 calories. After your session, the body utilizes lots of energy to raise core temperature, causing it to expend calories further. This means that if you’re looking to lose a few pounds, cryotherapy should definitely be on your radar. Increases Happiness Cryotherapy can naturally boost happiness levels, giving you a more joyful state of mind. The best thing is that the effects are long-lasting, provided that you get regular treatments. Cryotherapy can cause the body to release endorphins, which trigger a feeling of happiness. Manages Pain & Decreases Inflammation If you are dealing with chronic pain or pain resulting from an injury, you should…

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Most Painful Health Conditions

By admin | November 20, 2018

The U.K.’s National Health Service (NHS) has published a list featuring 20 of the most painful health conditions you can get. These conditions can be so severe sufferers are prevented from carrying out normal day-to-day tasks. According to the American Academy of Pain Medicine, millions of people across the U.S. suffer from pain every year, costing an estimated $560 billion to $635 billion annually. The list below is in no particular order of severity of the pain or the seriousness of the condition. Frozen shoulder This condition is where the shoulder joint becomes tight and stiff, making it extremely difficult to perform even small movements. It is not clear what causes frozen shoulder, but it can emerge after an injury and is more common in people with diabetes. Cluster headaches This is where pain emerges on one side of the head, often around the eye. These headaches come on quickly and without warning, and are often described as being sharp or piercing. The pain can be so bad people react by rocking and pacing back and forth. Shingles Shingles normally appear as a rash or blistering on one side of the body—generally around the waist. It produces a burning or tingling pain.…

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Athletic Recovery with Cryotherapy

By admin | October 29, 2018

For pain management and sports recovery, cryotherapy has become the leading method. This treatment is easy and painless, which is why many people who suffer from chronic pain are obsessed with it. This treatment is extending beyond pain management. Lots of athletes are choosing this treatment as their main sports recovery technique. Not only does this treatment work effectively, but it also comes with lots of advantages. Reasons Athletes Love Cryotherapy for Sports Recovery Typically, athletes take an ice bath after a heavy workout or game but this treatment can be an athletes worse nightmare. This helps with recovery since the cold and warm temperature changes benefit the body. However, while this method does work, it is not easy to do. Lots of athletes cannot bear the extreme cold, especially since they must sit in the tub full of ice for five to ten minutes, and sometimes even twenty minutes. Cryotherapy treatment is better. This cold therapy treatment helps with sports recovery in just three minutes. Though the cryosauna chamber is full of cold nitrogen gas, it is tolerable and quick. Plus, this treatment is safe and uses only top of the line equipment. No medication is required with the…

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Information provided here is not to be considered medical advice. Whole Body Cryotherapy is not a medical device. The material contained within this website is for informational purposes only. The cold therapy products and equipment have not been tested or approved by the FDA or any other US government agencies for the treatment of any illness or disease. Use at your own risk.