Cryotherapy is a technique where the body is exposed to extremely cold temperatures for several minutes. The individual will stand in an enclosed chamber or a small enclosure that surrounds their body but has an opening for their head at the top. The enclosure will drop to between negative 160–200°F. They’ll stay in the ultra-low temperature air for between two and three minutes. Immersing the body in these extreme temperatures produces a variety of health benefits, including the reduction of pain, nerve irritation, swelling, inflammation, arthritis, mood disorders and much more.
Similar to whole body cryotherapy with the specific focus on one certain area. This technique is done using a cryoprobe to apply the cold temperature to the necessary area. The benefit of localized cryo is a much faster treatment to due the proximity of the probe. This technique is mainly used to speed up the recovery of an injury and can also help reduce cellulite.
A cryogenic treatment that is performed by the same cryoprobe used with localized cryotherapy that beams vaporized liquid nitrogen across the forehead, cheeks, nose and chin. The main benefits of cryofacials are even skin tones, the reduction of acne, tighter and younger looking skin and the reduction of redness in the face. This technique leaves your feeling healthy and rejuvenated.
A technique that increases venous blood flow (circulation) and decreases venous blood volume (blood pooling.) This technique is meant to reduce swelling and inflammation in the legs to reduce pain and decrease the effects of soreness. This technique also helps with the prevention of blood cots and relieves tightness in the muscles.
The HydroMassage bed is a convenient, dry, full body massage with the use of pressurized water. Simply lie down in the open design bed, fully clothed, and feel the immediate benefits of the traveling jet system, which delivers a full body massage. Benefits of hydromassage include temporary relief of minor aches and pains. Reduces level of stress and anxiety. Deep relaxation providing better well-being. Increases circulation in local areas where massaged. And relieves muscle soreness, stiffness, and tension.
Red Light Therapy
A therapeutic technique that uses red low-level wavelengths of light to treat skin issues, such as wrinkles, scars, and persistent wounds, among other conditions.
HYDROMASSAGE + COMPRESSION THERAPY + RED LIGHT
Cryo 1 area + compression therapy
Compression therapy + hydromassage
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18402 US Hwy 281 N. Suite108,
San Antonio, TX 78259