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Originally introduced in Japan in the 1970s as a way to treat rheumatoid arthritis, Cryotherapy came into mainstream use in Europe in the 1990s by physical therapistS, doctors, chiropractors, and other healthcare professionals, and subsequently was brought to the United States in 2009. Our cutting edge mobile cryotherapy device targets areas of the body with extremely low temperatures (approximately -140 degrees). Within 5 minutes this innovative, cold treatment will result in a countless amount of health benefits. Localized Cryotherapy targets a specific area and is used for swelling and inflammation from a variety of causes such as tough work-outs, an acute/chronic injury, recovery, anti-aging and migraine relief. In many cases it is used in conjunction with rehab and treatments directed by other heath professionals. It can make rehab easier, more effective and sometimes shortens the time needed to recover.




  • Reduces inflammation which decreases discomfort and increases range of motion.

  • Releases of hormones that induce the natural pain relief system.

  • Improves range of motion and reduces inflammation for those suffering from arthritis.



  • Boosts collegen production (proteins of the skin) which reduce wrinkles and tighten the skin.

  • Reduces pore size giving us that smooth, youthful look.

  • Reduces cellulite, acne, rosacia, and other skin abnormalities.

  • Release of hormones boost energy, increase metabolism, and promotes better sleep resulting in a healthy, refreshed since of self.



  • Speeds up recovery by constricting blood vessels in the targeted area.

  • Improves recovery from trauma, impact, and exercise injuries.

  • Constricts blood vessels and consequently reduce inflammation

  • Helps treat migraines by cooling and numbing nerves in the neck area

  • Cold therapy is also known to have an analgesic (pain relieving) effect on the nervous system


  • Smoothes, lifts, and firms skin, reducing the appearance of imperfections.

  • Improves the skin’s overall texture and appearance.

  • Ability to target the abdomen, thighs, arms, back, chin, and hips.

  • Lose inches in those stubborn areas.


How long is a Spot Session?

Spot sessions will last approximately 10 minutes, depending on the area we are working on and the stage of recovery of the injury.
For example, an acutely injured area will require more time than an area that has been treated previously and is healing.


How Often Should I Have One?

We recommend a spot session 1-3 times a week, then taper back as needed. Members normally notice longer lasting and more permanent effects after 3-6 weeks.

How much does a Local/Spot Cryotherapy  treatment cost?

A Single Session is $40. We have packages also for multiple sessions.

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