The use of liquid nitrogen in a safe and controlled environment provides a gentle but significant amount of cold exposure. The extreme cold stimulates the skin’s temperature receptors to activate the nervous, immune, and endocrine systems, leading to a reduction in inflammation and pain (hey athletes – this means quicker recovery), elevating mood and increasing energy. Clients often tell us they feel relief of symptoms including muscle soreness, arthritis, chronic pain, and inflammation. Each cryotherapy session lasts just three minutes and most people book weekly.
What Is Cryotherapy Used for?
- ATHLETIC RECOVERY
- POST-SURGICAL RECOVERY
- RHEUMATOID ARTHRITIS
- BURNING CALORIES (400-800 per session)
- INCREASING METABOLISM
- BETTER MOOD
- INCREASING ENERGY
- AUTOIMMUNE DISORDERS
- SKIN CONDITIONS SUCH AS DERMATITIS AND PSORIASIS
- IMPROVING SKIN ELASTICITY
Made in the U.S.A. in an ISO 9001 and ISO 14001 certified facility, the IMPACT Cryotherapy system combines leading-edge technology with innovative design to deliver unmatched safety, comfort and reliability.
The use of cold dates back as early as 2500 BC, when the Egyptians used it to treat injuries and Inflammation.
In Europe and Asia, the practice of using cryotherapy to promote athletic recovery and enhance performance began decades ago.
What to expect?
TEMPERATURE OF -100°C TO -150°C
- Cold, dry nitrogen vapor
- Even cooling over the entire body
- Constant monitoring by operator
- The final 30 seconds feel the coldest
What to wear?
Remain in your undergarments, jogging or compression shorts – women must wear a sports bra. You will be provided with gloves, socks and slippers
What if I have Claustrophobia?
Have no Fear!! Your head remains outside the chamber