Cryotherapy, also known as cold therapy or ice treatment, is a modern non-invasive method of treatment in which the external surface of the body is exposed to extremely cold temperatures for several minutes. The most effective cryotherapy treatment is whole body cryotherapy(WBC), where patients enter our single-person cryogenic chamber manufactured by one of the world’s leaders: Juka CryoSauna Chamber. The temperature drops between negative 200-300 degrees Fahrenheit by using liquid nitrogen, and treatment times last 3 minutes.
When you enter a chamber, you are not coming into direct contact with liquid nitrogen, but you are close enough to the source that it rapidly drops the temperature of your skin. This rapid decrease in temperature has many physiological effects and ultimately triggers the release of B-endorphins, anti-inflammatory molecules, and increases the total anti-oxidative status of the patient. This has been shown to improve wellbeing, gives a positive relaxation effect, supports endurance and strength training, and is a method of biologic regeneration.
It is recommended to undergo a cryotherapy session not more than once a day.
Before using cryotherapy, a basic physical exam and history are needed. Immediately before the procedure, you should avoid increased physical effort, or drinking alcohol. Any doubt should be reported to the Physio Logic provider operating the chamber before the procedure.
Juka devices are designed to ensure the highest possible safety standards. While maintaining the recommended precautions and following the guidelines of the manual for use, the cryotherapy session in the Juka cryosauna and cryochamber is completely safe.
HBOT gives me a chance to not only relax but also enhance my recovery at the same time. My endurance and recovery were accelerated and felt like I was more resilient to future stressors. I routinely meditate and HBOT allows me to hit two birds with one stone. It’s safe and painless, you can even do computer work or answer phone calls during it!
During quarantine, while I was playing basketball, I sprained a tendon in my knee. I went to the hospital, where they gave me a leg cast, and told me it would take a couple of weeks for it to heal and that I would need to take an X-ray. The next day, I went to see Dr. Gehrman, where he worked on my leg. After 2 days I was walking without the cast and didn’t feel any pain which the doctors told me would not be possible.