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DO I NEED TO SHOWER BEFORE
OR AFTER THE TREATMENT?
No, this treatment uses a dry cold and only lasts for 3 minutes.
WHEN SHOULD I HAVE THE TREATMENT?
No sooner than 4 hours before training and 48 hours after training for athletes during training and competition. Many clients prefer one or two sessions a week for maintenance.
WHY HAVEN'T I HEARD MORE ABOUT CRYOTHERAPY?
Low temperatures have been used to treat inflammation for centuries - think of athletes using ice to ease the pain of sore muscles. Modern applications to treat rheumatoid arthritis began during the 1970’s in Japan. Several clinical studies have also been conducted in Europe, where the practice of Cryotherapy is more common.
IS THE NITROGEN VAPOUR SAFE?
The vapour used in the chamber is made of the same nitrogen that is in the air we breathe. The heavier nitrogen vapour remains inside the chamber, so you only breathe the air in the room.
WHAT IF I HAVE CLAUSTROPHOBIA?
The chamber is uncovered so your head remains outside the chamber and you can exit at any time.
WHAT TO EXPECT
- 3 minute treatment time
- The last 30 seconds of the treatment are the coldest
- Cold and dry nitrogen vapour
- Stable cooling over the entire body
- Constant monitoring by a trained operator
WHAT TO WEAR?
Clients are required to wear underwear, jogging bottoms or compression shorts. Women can also wear a bra, sports bra or bikini top. Two pairs of socks, slippers and a robe will be provided.
HOW IT WORKS?
Our cutting-edge Cryotherapy chamber fills with nitrogen vapour, quickly lowering your skin temperature. The treatment lasts an average of 3 minutes and you head remains outside the chamber. You can exit at any time.
The skin sends signals to the brain, stimulating regulatory actions that effectively activate the nutrients in the body that help natural healing. Once out of the chamber the body immediately reheats.