Whole Body Cryotherapy is the evolution of cold therapy. More traditionally, ice baths were used to provide pain relief and to reduce inflammation. However, whole body cryotherapy using a cryotherapy chamber (or cryo chamber) provides a much more effective and comfortable treatment that takes only two to three minutes to perform. Treatments take just 2-3 minutes at -256° F
FLORIDA CRYOBAR ™ offers our clients one of the most advanced cryochambers in the world. The liquid nitrogen used in the process does not come into contact with your skin and is identical to the nitrogen that we breathe in the air everyday. For additional safety, chambers are equipped with an oxygen monitor and a trained expert is always present to monitor temperature levels and to assess your comfort for all procedures
Step into an open-topped cryochamber for 2-3 minutes, during which time your body is briefly enveloped with extremely cold air with temperatures as low as -285° F. An important point to remember is there is no perception of how cold the temperature is – as at this temperature, the air no longer contains moisture and air currents do not exist. Your core body temperature stays the same and your skin temperature will only get to about -32°F.
WBC was first invented in Japan in 1978 by Dr. Yamauchi as a way of reducing pain and inflammation for his rheumatoid arthritis patients. Over the past two decades the technology has been further developed in Europe with medical research now confirming that the healing qualities of Cryotherapy also offer significant results for patients suffering from endocrine, immune and nervous system deficiencies.
Instant relief from inflammation and soreness and is good for an energy boost that will last you for a full day.
Your energy level increases and fresh, nutrient-enriched blood floods damaged body areas. You will begin to repair damaged body areas as joint pain is relieved.
This is what we call an entire system restart. This is where the body moves from the repair stage to the complete rehabilitation stage.