Whole Body Cryotherapy (WBC) is a short-term passive physical therapy that has a systemic effect. The range of temperatures used in this kind of treatment is -100C to -160C and takes place in a Cryochamber specialized for a safe and sufficient procedure.
Cryotherapy can reduce inflammation that causes aches and pains throughout the entire body. During each session, the exposure to the cold temperatures increases the production of norepinephrine and endorphins that will help to boost your overall energy and mood! Consistent treatments will increase your range of motion while easing any difficulties that may be affecting specific areas of the body.
It is best to complete 5 – 10 sessions as close together as possible during your initial visits. After you have done that, we suggest that you utilize our packages and memberships to help you be consistent while saving money! We offer different options in order to suit each individual’s needs and availability.
Yes! Cryotherapy has been around since the 1970’s. It was originally created for patients with Arthritis and Multiple Sclerosis. It has since grown exponentially across Europe and The United States helping to relieve pain and alleviate inflammation in patients and professional athletes.
Yes! In the past few decades, cryotherapy has been an effective treatment in relieving pain associated with rheumatoid arthritis. Cryotherapy helps strengthen the immune system, enabling the body to fight autoimmune conditions like rheumatoid arthritis.
Whole Body Cryotherapy stimulates circulation, and as blood flows through your body it brings with it healing agents like oxygen and other nutrients. By purifying your blood, soft tissue healing is accelerated, and most patients report reduced pain immediately after using the Cryosauna.

Red light therapy

Red Light therapy, or Photobiomodulation, is a treatment that may help skin, muscle tissue, and other parts of your body heal. It exposes you to low levels of red or near-infrared light. Infrared light is a type of energy your eyes can’t see, but your body can feel as heat. Red light is similar to infrared, but you can see it.
Red light is thought to work by producing a biochemical effect in cells that strengthens the mitochondria. The mitochondria are the powerhouse of the cell — it’s where the cell’s energy is created. The energy-carrying molecule found in the cells of all living things is called ATP (adenosine triphosphate). By increasing the function of the mitochondria using RLT, a cell can make more ATP. With more energy, cells can function more efficiently, rejuvenate themselves, and repair damage.
It is best to commit to three to five sessions a week for the first one to four weeks and then two to three times a week for the next four to 12 weeks. Although, it is completely safe to use once per day.
Yes! Red Light therapy was developed in part by NASA in order to help extreme athletes recover faster. Since then, many red light devices (Both commercial and at-home) have been approved by the Food and Drug Administration (FDA) as a medical device.
Yes! The low-level light energy penetrates painlessly through multiple layers of skin to reach muscles and nerves. Body cells absorb the energy and become more active, and blood flow to the area increases to further support cell regrowth and regeneration. This combination of cell activity and circulation works to reduce inflammation caused by arthritis (as well as other injuries).

Red light therapy stimulates collagen production, which strengthens cartilage and tendons and can speed up muscle recovery and healing from sports injuries. Collagen is a protein most commonly associated with healthy skin tone, but it is also a key component of muscle and connective tissue.
Muscles also rely heavily on adenosine tri-phosphate (ATP), which is the biological source of energy needed for optimal muscle performance. As mentioned above, an increase in ATP levels will have a profound effect on the recovery time after a work out or over-exertion of muscle use.