Mind & Body
Cool New Therapy Treatment Available in Lake Charles
3/5/2018 2:12:37 PM
Cryotherapy

It wasn’t that long ago that the word "cryotherapy” would have brought to mind futuristic images of a sci-fi laboratory and top-secret government equipment.

But those days are past.

Lake Charles Cryotherapy is now open and offering treatment with the technologically advanced cryotherapy system from Impact Cryotherapy. 

Sheila Sanders, co-owner and manager of Lake Charles Cryotherapy, says the treatment provides natural wellness in a single, three-minute session. "Our cryosaunas use very cold temperatures to promote the natural healing process, offering a fast, effective alternative to traditional ice baths.”

Whole body cryotherapy was introduced in Japan during the 1970s to treat rheumatoid arthritis, and its use quickly spread and expanded throughout Europe. It’s gained widespread popularity in the United States over the past two decades. The user stands on an adjustable platform inside the chamber so his/her head remains outside the chamber. The chamber is filled with nitrogen vapor, which drops the temperature to a range of (minus) - 110°C to -130°C and temporarily lowers the temperature of the skin’s top layer. The treatment lasts a maximum of three minutes before the Impact Cryotherapy unit automatically turns off.

"We did a great deal of research when we decided to get into this line of business and we chose Impact equipment because they offer the market’s most reliable, safe, efficient and innovative whole body cryotherapy system,” said Sanders.  Impact equipment is made in the United States and used around the world by a wide range of professional and university sports teams, training and fitness facilities and wellness entrepreneurs. 

Cryotherapy can provide numerous benefits, including: 
  • Faster healing of injuries and recovery from workouts
  • Reduced inflammation and improved circulation
  • Improved skin tone because of a boost in collagen levels
  • Increased feeling of well-being due to a rush of endorphins
  • Weight loss resulting from metabolism boost
Sanders says introductory prices are being offered for new clients interested in trying cryotherapy for the first time. 

Lake Charles Cryotherapy is located at 832 University Drive. For more information, visit 
www.lccryo.com or call (337) 656-2907. 
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