Local and Full Body Cryo
First Time Squeeze and Freeze
Includes 2 Cryotherapy sessions and 2 Normatec sessions
$40 First Time Customer Special
FULL BODY CRYOTHERAPY
$30 First Time Customer Special
BENEFITS OF CRYOTHERAPY
Reducing anxiety and depression
Immune System Improvement
FULL BODY CRYO
A single session takes just 2-3 minutes and our highly trained staff will be there to assist you through the entire process.
A single session takes 8-10 minutes
Unlike whole body cryotherapy, local cryotherapy involves applying cold to only certain areas of the body. However, local cryotherapy can be used in conjunction with or independently of whole body treatment. It is a good option for targeting specific areas that need special attention and is a great option for people who cannot physically withstand a whole body chamber. Local cryotherapy is performed with a handheld device that applies a mist of cold air to the specific body part or facial. It helps to reduce pain, promote healing, treat wounds, and rejuvenate skin.
CRYOTHERAPY WILL HELP YOU
Is it cold or painful?
Yes, it is cold but not painful. The temperatures are very tolerable and a trained technician will talk you though the process and stay in the room the whole time.
What should I wear during a Whole Body Cryotherapy session?
Men need to remove all clothing except underwear
Women may wear a non-underwire bra, underwear or may remove all clothing
Clients must remove all jewelry or other metal on their body
Clients must be 100 percent dry: towels are provided
Clients will wear Drypz provided socks, gloves and shoes into the chamber
What can I expect to happen during a Cryotherapy session?
Before entering the Cryosauna for the first time, our trained staff will walk you through the process step by step so you know exactly what to expect. While using the Cryosauna your extremities will be protected by gloves, socks, and slippers. Women can choose whether to remove or wear undergarments; men are required to wear cotton underwear for protection. The session will last between 1.5 and 3 minutes. During this time your core body temperature will not change. Because the air does not contain any moisture, you will feel chilled but not uncomfortably cold. Your skin temperature will drop to an average of 50° F during the session but will increase back to normal within a few minutes of the session’s conclusion
How long will my first appointment take?
The first appointment with Drypz can take about 30 minutes. We like to fully educate our clients and help with any questions they may have. After the first appointment, typically you can get in and out in 12-15 minutes.
Is Whole Body Cryotherapy safe?
Yes. Because WBC uses cold air, the cooling agents never actually come into contact with your skin. The air is chilled using liquid nitrogen, and nitrogen makes up 78% of the air we breath. Because the temperature change to your body is only superficial, your internal body temperature remains constant throughout treatment. Your head is always kept outside of the low temperature area.
Is there anyone who should not use Whole Body Cryotherapy?
WBC should not be used if you are:
Have cold, fever, or seasonal infection (flu, sinusitis, etc.)
Have cold-induced asthma
Have an open wound or sore (including teeth abscesses)
Have severe hypertension
Have tumor diseases
Have a heart or cardiovascular and respiratory disease (which may include heart disease, hyper- or hypotension, angina, heart failure ischemic heart disease or other rhythmic conditions)
Have acute respiratory disease
Have a pacemaker
Have peripheral arterial disease (Fontaine Stages III & IV )
Expired venous thrombosis
Have bacterial and viral skin infections
Have acute kidney and urinary tract disease
Are under the influence of drugs or alcohol
Heart attack which dates less then 6 months
Have severe anemia
Have Raynaud’s syndrome
How often should I use Whole Body Cryotherapy?
The Cryosauna can be used up to twice a day, but this is typically only recommended for professional athletes on a very vigorous training schedule. Generally 2-3 treatments a week are sufficient for most patients, however treatment schedules vary depending on your level of athletic activity, severity of soft tissue ailments, and other factors.