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Whole Body Cryotherapy

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Whole Body Cryotherapy (WBC) leverages the body’s reaction to cold temperatures. Inflammation is a primary source of chronic pain and delays recovery from injuries and training. A three-minute WBC treatment slows the delivery of white blood cells and inflammatory substance for several days to a week. The body’s natural reaction to the cold is a whole body vasoconstriction that removes lactic acid, inflammation, and metabolites, thereby kick starting the recovery process. WBC also acts on dopamine, endorphins, and serotonin, with most users reporting a comfortable lift in energy and improved rest.

  • Recovery

    • Can WBC limit and improve soreness?

      Yes. WBC causes a whole body vasoconstriction that flushes and removes pain-causing lactic acid, inflammation and metabolites. We kindly suggest that you consult your doctor prior to treatment.

    • Can WBC improve training results?

      Yes. When the body vasoconstricts, blood is forced into the core where waste byproducts are removed. As blood is circulated it is enriched with oxygen and nutrients. After a  WBC treatment the body vasodilates, circulating nutrient and oxygen infused blood back to exhausted and starved muscles, joints and soft tissue. We kindly suggest that you consult your doctor prior to treatment.

    • Can WBC improve recovery times after strenuous activity?

      Yes. WBC is highly anti-inflammatory. White blood cells protect us from bacteria and viruses when needed. Exercise, weight lifting and physical exertion trigger an unnecessary inflammatory response. An increased number of white cells and inflammatory substances within the joints and muscles cause irritation, pain, swelling, and impede the healing process. WBC works by slowing the release of white blood cells and inflammatory substances, thereby improving the recovery process. We kindly suggest that you consult your doctor prior to treatment.

    • Can WBC improve performance?

      Yes. WBC minimizies recovery times via pain and inflammation mitigation. Increased levels of oxygen and nutrient delivery to muscles and tissues in need allow training and practice to be more intense and more frequent. We kindly suggest that you consult your doctor prior to treatment.

  • Pain Management

    • Can WBC mitigate pain?

      Yes. WBC slows the release of white blood cells and inflammation-causing substances. White blood cells protect us from harmful viruses and bacteria, but are also the source of pain and inflammation. WBC supports increased removal of pain-causing waste byproducts and toxins. We kindly suggest that you consult your doctor prior to treatment.

    • I have inflammatory rheumatic joint diseases. Can WBC help me?

      Yes. The source of most pain is inflammation. If a joint is painful to move, a restriction or limitation of movement is normal. When joint movement is minimized the results are muscular and connective tissue defects or degradation. WBC is highly anti-inflammatory. By inhibiting the inflammatory process, pain may be relieved and joint and connective tissue movement may be restored. An analgesic environment within the body may help to stop or dramatically reduce the progression of inflammatory and autoimmune diseases. We kindly suggest that you consult your doctor prior to treatment.

    • I have Psoriasis. Will I benefit from WBC?

      Psoriasis is caused by autoaggression of the immune system, resulting in chronically inflamed skin. The usual wear and tear process of the skin is disturbed and the body attempts to renew skin every 5-6 days. Only recently, WBC has been considered as treatment for this affliction. Applications of WBC as treatment for Psoriasis and Psoriatic Arthritis have been met with substantial positive results. Oftentimes after just 3-5 successive treatments, itching recedes and scaling becomes less intense. We kindly suggest that you consult your doctor prior to treatment.

    • I have Multiple Sclerosis. Will I benefit from WBC?

      Yes. Multiple Sclerosis is a central nervous system disease that is also based on autoimmune process. Frequently symptoms change in intensity and incidence and may not be treated at its root and therefore must be managed symptomatically. Many afflicted individuals have shared that WBC has been the cause of a clear increase in the quality of life. An entire spectrum of complaints may be relieved, including better strength and stamina, and chronic pain relief. We kindly suggest that you consult your doctor prior to treatment.

    • I have Fibromyalgia. Will I benefit from from WBC?

      Very likely. Currently too little is known about Fibromyalgia, to be treated at its cause. Fibromyalgia has been successfully symptomatically treated for some time with WBC. Sufferers have reported substantial relief of chronic pain and tender points and have also experienced regulation of a disrupted central nervous system. Reports include a positive effect on sleep disorders that normally accompany Fibromyalgia. We kindly suggest that you consult your doctor prior to treatment.

    • I have Osteoarthritis. Will I benefit from WBC?

      Osteoarthritis rarely only afflicts one joint. The systemic benefits of WBC have been shown to positively mitigate pain and joint malfunction. Many WBC users have reported relief for several months at a time. Unlike Rheumatoid Arthritis, Osteoarthritis begins with microscopic tears in the cartilage that become progressively worse over time and provoke an inflammatory response, which can be inhibited by WBC. The treatment also causes improvement in nutrient delivery and oxygen supply to cartilage and cells. Additional oxygen and nutrient availability improves mobility, thereby decreasing pain. We kindly suggest that you consult your doctor prior to treatment.

    • I have Insomnia. Can WBC help me?

      Yes. Users of WBC that are afflicted with Insomnia have reported that after treatments, the time needed to fall asleep is short and durations of sleep are improved. Users have also experienced less frequent awakenings after falling asleep. We kindly suggest that you consult your doctor prior to treatment.

    • I have Ankylosing Spondylitis or Bekhterev’s Disease. Will I benefit from WBC?

      Yes. Ankylosing Spondylitis is also a rheumatic inflammatory disease that affects the locomotors system, lower back and hips. The byproduct normally causes the sufferers’ posture to be curved or stooped. WBC has been an optional treatment for this condition and has experienced very positive results in many cases. We kindly suggest that you consult your doctor prior to treatment.

    • Can WBC help with autoimmune diseases?

      Yes. Due to it’s anti-inflammatory nature, there is a very high likelihood that WBC can inhibit and relieve your pain. WBC inhibits the delivery of white blood cells and inflammation-causing counterparts. If your immune system is compromised or suppressed, it’s strongly recommended to consult you doctor prior to treatment.

Conditions that prevent the use of Whole Body Cryotherapy:

  1. Bacterial and viral skin infections
  2. Seizures
  3. Tumor diseases
  4. Cold-allergy signs
  5. Severe anemia
  6. Acute kidney and urinary tract diseases
  7. Expired venous thrombosis
  8. Peripheral arterial occlusive disease
  9. Cardiac pacemaker
  10. Unstable angina or heart pains
  11. Diseases of the cardiovascular and respiratory system
  1. Heat attack
  2. Untreated high blood pressure
  3. Heart rhythm disorders
  4. Heart valve failure
  5. Ischemic heart disease
  6. Raynaud’s syndrome
  7. Polyneuropathies
  8. Pregnancy
  9. Vasculitides
  10. Claustrophobia

The above is a list of  the most common contraindications and is not comprehensive.  Please consult your doctor before seeking treatment in a Whole Body Cryotherapy chamber.

The preceding statements have been corroborated throughout numerous books, whitepapers, and studies.

Whole Body Cryotherapy and preceding statements have not been evaluated by the FDA.

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