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Subzero nitrogen gas permeates Therapy of Champions' private, padded chamber—which reaches lows of -220 degrees Fahrenheit. Exposure to this atmosphere is part of a treatment called cryotherapy, a versatile procedure featured on NPR, Dr. Oz, and many other media outlets that can minimize pain and joint swelling, rejuvenate skin, and reduce cellulite. Administered in roughly 2.5-minute bursts, it works by briefly chilling skin to freezing, a process that poses no substantial risks, but still activates the body’s defense mechanisms. The result is heightened circulation of healthy blood and decreased circulation of inflammatory chemicals—benefits that attract professional athletes and regular civilians alike. The center also offers EMS training for clients suffering from muscle ailments such as joint problems, back issues, and inflammation in the feet.
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