Spraining your knee, straining your back, or suffering any similar injury is never fun. Whether this injury occurred while exercising or not, leaving it to slowly heal on its own might not always be the right thing to do. For instance, if you sprained your wrist and the pain is unbearable with inflammation increasing, you would probably want to alleviate the pain and reduce the swelling. A good way to do that is by doing a cryotherapy treatment. This therapy uses holistic healing to treat the pain and inflammation.Read More
Cryosauna, better known as cryotherapy, is a cold treatment that has been highly trending, especially among professional athletes and celebrities. This therapy involves people standing in a tank or chamber at low, chilling temperatures for health and beauty benefits. Of course, celebrities who cryosauna love the treatment because it gives them real and quick results. Rather than waiting a few days to get rid of pain caused by sore, aching muscles after a long and hard workout, celebrities get immediate results when they do a cryotherapy treatment which takes no more than three minutes. Which is why they keep going back for more cryotherapy treatments.Read More
The Orlando Zumba Convention is happening in just a few weeks (July 28-31). Zumba instructors will be attending from all over the country for a fun and fierce weekend of Zumba dancing and workouts. The convention is a great way to not only meet and bond with Zumba experts, but it is also a way learn new skills from 90 different Zumba presenters. If you are planning on attending the Zumba Convention, you should keep in mind that with all the excitement of this awesome Brazilian dance and fitness workout, you will probably need a physical boost at the end of the day to recharge for the following day of Zumba dancing. And what better way to do that than by going for a rejuvenating cryotherapy treatment?Read More
Why Athletes Choose Cryotherapy for their Sports Recovery Cryotherapy treatment is the leading method for pain management and recovery. This cold therapy treatment is easy and painless, which is why many people who suffer from chronic pain are obsessed. In fact, 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 for them, 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. 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 bare 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…Read More
Did you indulge too much this holiday on delicious food? We do not blame you! Food is great. However, if you are looking to lose the extra pounds you gained this end of the year, then consider doing a cryotherapy treatment. Cryotherapy, also known as cryosauna, will help eliminate water retention, accelerate weight loss, and burn calories which can jumpstart your healthy goals for 2017. Plus, cryotherapy weight loss can even boost your metabolism, making it speedier than ever.Read More
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.
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