How much is cryotherapy?
Prices vary. We offer individual sessions, multisession packages, and monthly memberships. Please call (201) 565-3395 for more information. We also offer sales and offerings on our web-site in our online store.
How often can i do cryotherapy?
Per industry standards, we allow only one treatment a day. Recommended use of cryotherapy may be based on your physical activity and ultimate goal of utilizing cryotherapy.
Is cryotherapy covered under insurance?
Currently cryotherapy is not a covered benefit under insurance plans. We offer discounts for current patients as well as membership pricing.
How Long does a cryotherapy session last?
The process of exposing the body to ultra-cool air should be no more than 3 minutes at a time in order to trick the brain that the body is freezing, triggering the body’s natural healing mechanisms. As your core works intensively to heat blood and transport it to your extremities, circulation is increased, purifying blood by replacing harmful toxins with oxygen. This oxygen-purified blood, full of hormones and enzymes, then courses to your muscles and organs, accelerating healing and recovery.
How does Whole Body Cryotherapy help heal my muscles and soft tissue?
Your body’s natural healing mechanisms are transported via your blood. Whole body cryotherapy “tricks” your body into implementing the same responses it would if you were freezing, which means blood moves more quickly than normal in order to warm your extremities. Increased, hormone- and enzyme-rich blood flow means increased oxygen content, minimized toxins, and enhanced muscle recovery.
What is the difference between an ice bath and a cryotherapy session?
An ice bath involves submersing a patient in cold water for about 10-20 minutes to encourage the body to increase circulation and healing. An ice bath will feel much colder and uncomfortable due to direct conductivity of water to the skin. However the air conductivity to the skin is different hence you don’t feel as cold as an ice bath. Whole body cryotherapy triggers the same and advanced healing mechanisms by exposing the body to hyper cool air, resulting in a more comfortable and more effective session after only 3 minutes max. it also purifies the blood, increases the body’s nutrient flow, and removes toxins from the system.
why is it recommended to do normatec leg compression after a cryotherapy SESSION?
Normatec facilitates increased blood and oxygen flow in your body. This can provide benefits to your body both before and after working out. We provide Normartec services in our facility.