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Get back to what matters and finish strong.

Injury or surgery recovery can be a long, frustrating process. You've worked hard to get in shape, and now you're sidelined. You want to get back to what matters, but you don't know how. That's where cryotherapy comes in. Our cryotherapy recovery system uses rapid cooling to reduce inflammation, accelerate the healing process, and get you back on your feet faster than ever before. Whether you're recovering from an injury or surgery, looking for a way to improve your performance or just want something better than ice baths, cryotherapy can help you.


Cryotherapy FAQ

Have questions about cryotherapy? Read our most frequently asked questions to find answers.

  • How does cryotherapy work?

    Cryotherapy, also known as cold therapy, uses extreme cold to freeze and remove abnormal tissues. Cryotherapy reduces blood flow to certain areas, which can help significantly reduce swelling and inflammation that causes pain, particularly around joints or tendons. It can temporarily lessen nerve activity, which can also help relieve pain. 

  • What is cryotherapy used for?

    Cryotherapy is usually applied following joint surgery. The application of therapeutic cold works by cooling down body tissue and slowing cellular metabolism, which reduces secondary tissue damage. Many doctors use it to treat skin conditions, such as warts and skin tags, and some cancers, including prostate, cervical and liver cancer. This treatment is also called cryoablation.

  • Why does cryotherapy work?

    Cryotherapy is a type of cryogenic therapy where your body is exposed to very cold temperatures for a short period of time. The theory is that the cold temperature helps with inflammation and can reduce pain and other symptoms. Some supporters of cryotherapy argue that it is similar to using ice to ease swelling, but people who used cryotherapy reported less pain.

  • Will cryotherapy help me?

    Cryotherapy will help with pain relief and muscle healing. Cryotherapy can also help with muscle pain and some muscle and joint disorders, like arthritis. It may also help promote faster healing of athletic injuries. Many doctors have long recommended applying cold to injured and painful muscles.