CryoSauna Whole Body Cryotherapy

Whole-Body Cryotherapy was first introduced by Japanese scientist Professor Toshiro Yamauchi in the late 1970s as an effective method of treating rheumatism. After presenting a report in 1979 at the Rheumatology Congress, the first cryotherapeutic system for administering general cryotherapy was commissioned a few years later.

In Professor Reinhard Fricke's clinic, a cryotherapeutic module started functioning in 1984 and hundreds of patients were able to undergo the long-awaited treatment. Since then, millions of people around the world have experienced the amazing revitalizing capabilities of cryotherapy.

What is CryoSauna Whole-Body Cryotherapy?

CryoSauna Whole Body Cryotherapy is a therapeutic technique that involves exposing the body to extremely low temperatures for short periods of time. The process involves standing in a chamber that is cooled using liquid nitrogen, which rapidly lowers the skin's surface temperature, triggering the body's natural defense mechanisms and causing the blood to circulate more efficiently.


How does Whole Body Cryotherapy Work?

Thanks to the presence of thermoreceptors in our skin, extremely low temperatures trigger an illusion of threat, causing the body to react with an adaptive response. The thermoreceptors signal the extreme cold to the central nervous system (CNS), and the brain sends orders to all peripheral body parts to reduce blood flow to extremities and concentrate it in the body core. During the short duration of the treatment, there is no reduction of temperature inside the body, and the temperature of the body core and internal organs remains unchanged. The temperature of the body surface drops slightly by 0.5°C to 6°C, depending on the body part.

After 2.5 to 3 minutes, when the customer leaves the Cryosauna and returns to normal conditions, the body signals this change in temperature and begins to pump blood back to the peripheral parts - muscles, joints, and skin. This stimulation of blood circulation triggers metabolism and all recovery processes in the body, such as the secretion of metabolites and toxins from subcutaneous layers, the renewal of cells, the replacement of damaged cells, and the removal of dead cells from peripheral tissues.

Why isn't there any Downtime to Whole-Body Cryotherapy?

There is no downtime because Whole-Body Cryotherapy does not cool the temperature of the body's muscle tissue deeply. With this, you can warm up much faster than if you were to use conventional icing methods.

What are the Unique Aspects of this Treatment?

Whole-body Cryotherapy is an innovative approach to wellness that has gained popularity in recent years. Here are some unique aspects of this treatment:

  • Extreme Cold Temperatures: Whole-body cryotherapy exposes the body to extremely low temperatures, which is thought to have a number of therapeutic benefits. The short duration of the treatment allows the body to respond to the cold without causing harm.
  • Holistic Approach: Unlike other therapeutic methods that focus on specific areas of the body, whole-body cryotherapy is a holistic approach that aims to improve overall health and wellness.
  • Rapid Treatment Time: Whole-body cryotherapy sessions typically last between 2-3 minutes, making it a quick and convenient option for those who are short on time.
  • Potential Health Benefits: Whole-body cryotherapy has been associated with a range of potential health benefits, including improved athletic performance, reduced pain and inflammation, and increased energy levels.
  • Non-Invasive: Unlike other forms of therapy that may involve invasive procedures, whole-body cryotherapy is non-invasive and does not involve any needles or incisions.

What are the Advantages of CryoSauna Whole-Body Cryotherapy?

CryoSauna Whole Body Cryotherapy is believed to offer several potential benefits, including:

  • Quickens Athletic Recovery
  • Makes You Feel Better
  • Improves Range of Motion
  • Improves Anti-aging
  • Increases Vitality
  • Enables Muscle Relaxation
  • Triggers Weight Loss
  • Boost Performance
  • Reduces Pain
  • Reduces Inflammations

What Conditions It Can Treat?

Different Benefits, Circumstances & Goals require different amounts of Cryotherapy, this explains which needs what.:

Pain, Inflammation & Energy:

A single Cryotherapy session will greatly reduce pain & inflammation while simultaneously releasing hormones that stimulate & energize you.

Faster Medical Recovery:

3 sessions and the impact of sending oxygen, nutrient, and hormone rich blood will start to make a real impact on your recovery rate.

Nervous System & Longevity: 

7 sessions will result in a full system reset, each session is an environmental stress that gives your nervous system a “workout”, paradoxically this is also linked to longer life.

Significant Weight Loss Impact:

3,500 calories is equivalent to a pound of fat, one Cryotherapy session burns 500-800 calories (not to mention after-burn), 1 session and you’ll have burned up to 8,000 calories.

Skin Care & Beauty Benefits:

Aging is mostly due to poor circulation, Cryotherapy aids this by sending blood to the tiny capillaries in the skin during Vasoconstriction (it also inhibits a collagen destroying collagenase)

Cryosauna Whole Body Cryotherapy In Utah

Discover the benefits of Cryosauna Whole Body Cryotherapy and other Regenerative Medicine procedures at Utah Spine & Sport. Contact our knowledgeable team led by Dr. Dallas Makin in Utah by calling 801-709-9797 or filling out the online appointment request form. Let us help you reach optimal wellness.