SPORT & ATHLETIC BENEFITS OF CRYOTHERAPY

The goal of any athlete is to maximize ones ability on the playing surface. Muscle soreness and injury can be adverse obstacles that can keep any athlete on the sideline and away from success. Including cryotherapy into your training routine can help keep your body in peak physical shape and give you an edge on your opponents. Maximize your potential and use your body to its maximum ability with cryotherapy.

  • INCREASED ABILITY & PERFORMANCE
  • QUICKER RECOVERY TIME
  • REDUCTION OF INFLAMMATION & MUSCLE SORENESS
  • RELIEVE TENDONITIS & SHIN SPLINTS
  • IMPROVED JOINT FUNCTION
  • INCREASED MUSCLE STAMINA
  • BOOSTED ENERGY

THE SCIENCE OF WHOLE BODY CRYOTHERAPY 

  1. The user stands on adjustable platform inside the octagonal-shaped chamber during treatment which ensures their head remains outside the chamber. A technician fills the Impact Cryotherapy chamber with nitrogen vapor, Which drops the temperature of the chamber to a range of (minus) -100C to -150C and temporarily lowers the temperature of the skin's top layer.  The extreme cold send electrical impulses to the brain's central nervous system indicating the body must prepare to survive.  This activates the bodies defense mechanisms and begins to flow blood through the core of the body.

  2. Vasoconstriction begins.  The brains central nervous system sends signals to the muscular and vascular system to constrict and contract this in turns transports the body's blood, nutrient and resources from the extremities to the core organs in the body. 

  3. Blood Detoxification and Enrichment begins.  Now that the body is has transported the blood to the core, the blood begins to be enriched with oxygen, collagen, erythrocytes and other beneficial nutrients during the hyper-production period.  During this time toxins are broken down and removed. 

  4. Vasodilation begins after you have exited the chamber.  During this time your body is transporting the new nutrient dense blood into your skin, muscles, tendons, ligaments and soft tissue.