Cryotherapy is a process that uses the application of extreme cold to destroy abnormal or diseased tissue. Cryotherapy is used to treat a number of diseases and disorders such as benign and malignant tissue damage, decrease inflammation, pain and spasms. 

Sports & Fitness

​Athletes have been a driving force behind the growth of whole-body cryotherapy. Competition success is dependent upon their body’s ability to train, recover, and perform. Whole Body Cryotherapy can provide one of the most effective and convenient treatments that gives these athletes a competitive advantage. Within a short time, the majority of athletic training departments will be delivering Whole Body Cryotherapy to their athletes.


  • Decreases Muscle Soreness, Pain, and Inflammation

  • Reduces Delayed Onset Muscle Soreness (DOMS)

  • Increase Energy and Peak Athletic Performance

  • Allows for Immediate Post-Therapy Sports Activity

  • Boosts Lymph Draining and Blood Circulation

  • Allows for More Intense and Higher Volume of Training

  • Improves Muscle Strength and Joint Function

  • Overall Faster Return to Sports Training

  • Decreases Injury Recovery Time

  • Improves Immune System

  • Decreases Fatigue

Health & Wellness


  • Rheumatoid Arthritis

  • Fibromyalgia

  • Chronic Fatigue Syndrome

  • Osteoarthritis

  • Osteoporosis

  • Multiple Sclerosis

  • Phantom Pain

  • Chronic Pain Syndrome

  • Ankylosing Sponylitis

  • Inflammation of the Spine

  • Muscle Pain & Inflammation

  • Depression & Mood Disorders

  • Immune System Improvement

  • Delayed Onset Muscle Soreness

  • Central Nervous System Disease

  • Degenerative Disease of Joints & Spine

  • Inflammation of Tendons, Bursa, Joint Capsules


Skincare, Health, and Medical Spas in the U.S. are adopting the cryotherapy treatments used for several years in Europe. Whole Body Cryotherapy provides Spas with a holistic treatment that compliments their current menu of services. Whole Body Cryotherapy stimulates collagen production, resulting in anti-aging skin rejuvenation and cellulite reduction. Also, a surge in metabolism consumes 300 to 800 calories, aiding in weight loss.


  • Cellulite Reduction

  • Tighter and Healthier Skin

  • Stronger and Fuller Hair & Nails

  • Fewer Skin Blemishes

  • Increased Metabolism & Caloric Burn

  • Increased Libido

  • Increased Collagen Production

  • Quicker Surgical Recovery

  • Treatment of Psoriasis and Dermatitis

  • Boosts Lymphatic System and Blood Circulation

  • Activates Natural Biological Regeneration

Compression Therapy

Many leading athletes, trainers, and fitness enthusiasts around the world currently use this technology on the arms, hips, and legs to remove metabolites and fluids from the limbs after intense activity. The pulsing movements are helpful for preventing injuries and accelerating recovery time.

The benefits include enhanced blood flow and dynamic compression that ensures that fluids leave the limbs after intense workouts. Additional benefits reported by studies include increased flexibility and range-of-motion for the lower extremities after workouts.


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