Shelby, NC Cryotherapy FAQS
Frequently Asked Questions about Cryotherapy
Frequently Asked Questions About Cryotherapy in Shelby, NC
Cryotherapy is the practice of using cold temperatures to promote natural healing and wellness. It dates back to ancient civilizations. Whole body cryotherapy is the modern application and stimulates the same rejuvenation at a whole new level of cold — in just three minutes.
Whole Body Cryotherapy was developed in the 1970’s in Japan by Dr. Toshima Yamauchi for the treatment of arthritis and has been offered in Europe for 30+ years for pain management, athletic recovery, and inflammation.
Survey results indicate many cryotherapy participants use cryotherapy for pain management, workout recovery, mental well-being and weight management.
Whole body cryotherapy is an excellent complement to existing health and wellness initiatives.
Participants who utilize cryotherapy before exercise claim they experience increased energy, endurance, and flexibility.
Participants who utilize cryotherapy after exercise claim they experience faster rejuvenation.Whole body cryotherapy is an excellent complement to existing health and wellness initiatives.
The 3-minute guideline is the maximum recommended session time for cryotherapy. Your safety and comfort is our priority and you may exit the cryosauna at any time during the session. No session exceeds three minutes and the operator is present throughout your session.
You are provided thermal gloves and socks, cryo booties and a comfy robe. Dry undergarments must be worn during your experience. If you do not have dry undergarments, a towel is provided.
Survey results indicate participants report they experience benefits after 3-5 consecutive cryotherapy sessions. Many participants find that to maintain these benefits, they need to do cryotherapy 2-3 times a week. Cryo Recovery & Wellness recommends clients participate in consistent cryotherapy sessions.
All clients are given a waiver to complete prior to their session unless they completed their waiver online.
During a cryotherapy session, participants feel a dry cold.
Many clients report feeling a sense of calm or rejuvenation after their session. Others report feelings of euphoria and/or energy.
- Anyone with the following conditions should not participate
- Uncontrolled high-blood pressure
- Allergy to cold
- Prior heart attack
- Unstable heart pain
- Disease of the blood vessels
- History of blood cots
- Uncontrolled seizure disorder
- Nerve pain in feet and legs
- Open sores
- Any disease or condition with increased sensitivity to cold
Yes, your head is always outside of the cryosauna and the cryosauna door does not lock, for an easy exit. If you feel uncomfortable at any point during your session, alert the operator. They can pause or stop the session immediately.
To ensure your cryotherapy session is safe and comfortable, you must be completely dry upon entering the cryosauna. Also, the operator will ensure you are at the proper height (with risers) for maximum oxygen consumption and they are present throughout your entire session. Nitrogen is a non-toxic, colorless, odorless, tasteless gas and does not support life.