Whole Body Cryotherapy is a cold therapy used to reduce inflammation. The use of cold as a healing modality dates back to early 2500 BC, when the Egyptians used it to treat injuries and fight inflammation. Whole Body Cryotherapy in its current use today originated back in Japan in 1978. Soon after getting polarizing results form arthritis patients, the amazing therapy was adopted by European soccer and rugby players where it became standard practice in their locker rooms.
With Whole Body Cryotherapy (WBC) ultra low temperatures ranging from, (-170F to -250F) are released onto the body. It’s during this quick 1:30 to 3 minute session that inflammation is systematically reduced all over the body. After several consecutive sessions inflammation is reduced to the point where many individuals notice beneficial results. After the initial sessions, doing just 2-3 sessions per week can aid in the proper recovery needs for a healthy lifestyle.
Today Cryotherapy is being used by thousands of gym users and those participating in athletic activities. It’s also commonly being adopted by those seeking out pain relief from new and or chronic nagging injuries. Professional sports teams all over the U.S. have adopted Cryotherapy as a recovery method. Professional sports biggest stars Lebron James (NBA) Jordan Spieth (PGA) Christian Ronaldo (Soccer) Michael Phelps (Olympics) Jake Arrieta (MLB) and JJ Watt (NFL) are using Cryotherapy as part of their recovery regiment and lifestyle.
“I need to be in tip top shape and Cryotherapy helps with muscle recovery but also with joint pain and reducing inflammation all over the body.”
“Cryotherapy has helped me recover super fast after my workouts and played a big part in me placing 3rd at a ranked Spartan Race.”
“To find a new program, like Cryotherapy, that fits into my goals and my lifestyle in just three minutes a session, is a remarkable discovery.”
“If you suffer from chronic pain like I do, I strongly recommend you try Cryotherapy.”
“Since doing the Cryotherapy, I’m taking almost no pain pills.”