FAQs

What to expect

  • 3 minute treatment time
  • Last 30 seconds feel the coldest
  • Cold, dry nitrogen vapor
  • Even cooling over the entire body
  • Constant monitoring by operator
  • Temperature of -100°C to -150°C

What to wear

  • Remain in your undergarments, jogging or compression shorts – women must wear a sports bra
  • You will be provided with a pair of socks and slippers

Is the nitrogen vapor safe?

The vapor is composed of the same nitrogen that is in the air we breathe. The heavier nitrogen vapor remains inside the chamber, so you breathe the air in the room.

What if I have claustrophobia?

Your head remains outside the chamber, and you can exit at any time.

Why haven’t I heard more about cryotherapy?

Extreme cold has been used to treat inflammation for centuries – think of athletes icing sore muscles. Modern applications to treat rheumatoid arthritis began during the 1970s in Japan. Several clinical studies have been conducted in Europe, where the practice is more common.

Do I need to shower before or after?

No, this is a dry cold and your skin remains dry. The treatment will take just 3 minutes.

These statements have not been evaluated by the FDA. These products are not intended to diagnose, cure, or prevent any disease.

How it works

The state-of-the-art Cryotherapy chamber fills with nitrogen vapor, lowering your skin temperature. The treatment lasts an average of three minutes. Your head remains outside the chamber, and you can exit at any time.

The skin sends signals to the brain, stimulating regulatory actions that effectively activate healing resources that are naturally produced throughout your body. Once out of the chamber, the body immediately reheats.