Whole-body cryotherapy uses brief exposure to extreme cold to help boost circulation and reduce joint pain and inflammation
About This Deal
- Average length of session: 2–3 minutes
- Inside a cryotherapy tank, liquid nitrogen is used to create temperatures that reach as low as -250ºF. The extreme cold helps to produce therapeutic benefits such as reduced inflammation, pain relief, and increased mobility.
- Age restrictions: younger than 18 must have guardian-signed waiver
Need To Know
Cryoberg wants all its visitors to leave looking and feeling their best. To accomplish that goal, the center offers wellness services that use the latest innovations. NormaTec’s compression massage, for example, employs sequential pulse technology, while the TP-Pro 8300 chair draws on NASA's advances to give clients a full-body scan and massage.
But as the center's name implies, whole-body cryotherapy is its primary offering. During each two- to three-minute session, guests stand inside a chamber that is cooled to temperatures between -166°F and -320°F, burning up to 800 calories. These sessions not only leave clients invigorated, but also offer health and wellness benefits, including reduced pain and inflammation, increased mobility, and accelerated recovery time.