During a cryotherapy session, sub-zero temperatures are used to reduce inflammation and relieve pain in overworked muscles
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- 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.
- Average length of session: 2–3 minutes
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What is it and how does it work? We answer all of your questions about the subzero treatment.
About Living Well Balanced
The growing team of experts at Living Well Balanced take what they call a “total-body” approach to chronic pain and health issues. In other words, they don’t just focus on one kind of holistic treatment to get bodies back to working the way they should, preferring instead to rope in multiple treatments from across the discipline spectrum. This means that they may, for instance, couple a chiropractic session with therapeutic massage, or sessions with nutritional therapy, depending on what ails the client. By creating comprehensive and customized treatment plans like these, they can help better address the root causes of pain and imbalances rather than slap a metaphorical band-aid on the symptoms.