What is Whole Body Cryotherapy?

Cryotherapy comes from two Greek words, cryo meaning cold and therapy meaning to cure. With the use of cold treatments, Cryosanua clients have experienced positive results with health challenges such as arthritis, chronic pain, and muscle inflammation. Whole Body Cryotherapy is a hyper-cooling process that lowers a person’s skin temperature to approximately 30° F for a period of up to three minutes. This is achieved by enveloping the body with extremely cold air at temperatures ranging from -133° F to -274° F.

What is a Cryosauna?

The Cryosauna experience involves lowering the body’s surface skin temperature from approximately 90.5 degrees F to around 32 degrees F for 2-3 minutes. This is achieved by the use of Nitrogen mist which gently surrounds the body at -133 to -274 degrees F. During this process, thermoreceptors in the skin send signals to the brain to release endorphins and beneficial biochemicals. The body then produces a fight or flight response, sending the blood to the core to maintain core body temperature and in the process supercharging the blood with anti-inflammatory proteins, muscular enzymes and higher levels of oxygen. The vessels and capillaries in the skin undergo a period of severe vasoconstriction followed by vasodilation. This causes toxins in the body to be broken down and carried away through these vessels. The body activates all of its natural healing abilities and releases endorphins for further protection. As a result, WBC is very effective for athletic recovery and muscle repair, reduction of chronic pain and inflammation, and skin health improvement through increased collagen production.

Athlete Performance & Recovery

Athletes work hard to stay at the peak of their physical condition. With the use of Cryotherapy, athletes recover faster and are able to reach a higher level of athletic performance.

Beauty & Wellness

Good health is the foundation of all beauty. Post sessions, cryotherapy clients enjoy an increase in metabolism and the natural release of endorphins.

Health & Pain Management

Cryotherapy clients have experienced positive results with health challenges such as arthritis, chronic pain, and muscle inflammation.

Cryotherapy Testimonials & News

"As a dancer, I've dealt with chronic back and hip pain for the last two years. Since starting cryotherapy with bluecryo my pain has eased, my flexibility has increased, my recovery time has shortened. I also love the way it makes me feel!! I highly recommend bluecryo and consider it a vital part of my weekly regimen.

− - MaryKate Campfield Dancer

""I added Cryotherapy to my training regimen and felt an improvement in my recovery time and significant boosts in energy"

− - John Sullen

In the News


Cryo has the support of Dr. James Andrews

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Startup bringing ‘whole body cryotherapy’ to athletes Find full story:http://www.bizjournals.com/atlanta/print-edition/2014/08/01/startup-bringing-whole-body-cryotherapy-to.html Ellie Hensley-Staff Writer-Atlanta Business Chronicle     An Atlanta startup could change the way professional athletes treat muscle fatigue and injuries.Impact Cryotherapy, a company started in early June by local…

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Paul finebaum show

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May 27, third hour, Paul finebaum show, espn analyst visits tcu & discovers/explains cryotherapy Frozen Horned Frogs…are the Tide & Tigers next? Listen to Trevor Matich, ESPN analyst and 12 yr NFL veteran talk cryotherapy on the Paul Finebaum show…

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