Freezepoint° Cryotherapy

How It Works

The Science
Behind Cryo.

How It Works:

Whole Body Cryotherapy is administered through a state of the art Cryochamber, utilizing nitrogen to produce temperatures that would otherwise be unattainable. The dry nitrogen vapor is evenly dispersed throughout the chamber and causes a decrease in skin temperature during the 2-3 minute cryo session.

This sudden drop in temperature causes the body to uses its natural defense mechanism, vasoconstriction, which sends all the blood in circulation rushing to one’s core in order to preserve the vital organs and maintain a normal core temperature. Along with the blood, all of the inflammation in one’s body travels to the core as well and is buffered down and disposed of.

Once exiting the chamber vasodilatation occurs in an effort to warm the body back to its normal temperature. At this point the circulatory system is expanded and fresh, nutrient rich and oxygenated blood is pumped back through the body at a magnified rate providing instant detoxification. The fresh blood sent throughout the body promotes the healing of damaged tissues and cellular structures. 


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Curious about cryotherapy? Interested in stopping by for trial session? Our team is committed to offering you the very best in your cryo experience. We're here to answer any questions you may have. 

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What can cryotherapy be used to treat?

Cryotherapy isn't just for athletes—it's a therapy with significant positive short- and long-term health benefits, and is gentle and well-tolerated with few contraindications. Cryotherapy may help treat a wide range of medical conditions and quality-of-life issues, including: 

  • Inflammatory-rheumatic joint diseases

  • Osteoarthritis

  • Fibromyalgia

  • Chronic pains

  • Spinal syndromes

  • Tendopathies

  • Muscular spasms

  • Multiple sclerosis

  • Blunt joint trauma

  • Psoriasis

  • Neurodermatitis

  • Bronchial asthma

  • Muscular dysbalances

  • Central fatigue

  • Sleep disorderS

  • Deterioration in psychophysical performance