Riverside’s First Whole Body Cryotherapy Center!
What is Whole Body Cryotherapy?
With Whole Body Cryotherapy (WBC) the body is exposed to extremely low temperatures (-200° to -250°F) for 2-3 minutes at a time. This rapidly lowers skin temperatures and triggers cold receptors to activate the body’s survival mechanism. The brain then reacts to the skin sensors and stimulates regulatory functions of the body, like releasing anti-inflammatory proteins, endorphins, and rapidly circulating oxygen-rich blood throughout the body.
Who Should Use Cryotherapy?
- Athletes looking to boost athletic performance and reduce recovery time
- People with any type of chronic pain and inflammation
- Patients recovering from surgery
- People suffering from bad sleeping habits or Insomnia
- Anyone looking to improve their general health and wellness!
Benefits of Cryotherapy
- Can Speed up Healing Process For Faster Recovery
- Decrease Muscle Soreness, Pain and Inflammation
- Helps flush out lactic acid from muscle tissues
- Reduces Delayed Onset Muscle Soreness (DOMS)
- Allows For More Intense and Higher Volume Training
- Increases Energy and Athletic Performance
- Speeds up Injury Recovery
- Improves Joint Function
- Promotes the Release of Anti-Inflammatory Proteins in the Body
- Stimulates Production of Endorphins, Which Decreases the Body’s Perception of Pain
- Speeds up Post-Surgery Recovery for
- Reduces Pain Intensity and Frequency by Reducing Inflammation
- Increases Collagen Production in the Skin
- Caloric Burn ( between 500-800 calories per session)
- Tightens and Rejuvenates Skin
- Increases Cell Regeneration
- Can Help Improve Skin Conditions (ex. Eczema, Acne)
- Improves Sleep Quality
- Detoxifies and Enhances Circulation
- Increases Metabolism
- Strengthens Immune System
- Can Increase the Feeling of Euphoria After Treatment
IMPORTANT NOTICE: Whole Body Cryotherapy (WBC) is not an FDA approved medical treatment. It is not used to treat, cure or prevent any diseases. Rather it is used to assist the body in maximizing its innate self-healing abilities. Before trying WBC, you should always ask your medical professional if the treatment is safe and appropriate for you. WBC treatments are not administered by a licensed medical professional.