CryoWellness USA offers three-minute cryotherapy, a health and beauty treatment prized by athletes and celebrities, in two metro Detroit locations.
Therapy at -160 to -260 degrees reduces signs of aging, improves athletic performance, decreases pain and inflammation and can even assist with weight loss
Farmington, Michigan (March 21, 2016) – A non-invasive, whole body hyper-cooling treatment – previously reserved for athletes, celebrities and others in the public eye – is now available in metro Detroit. CryoWellness USA is now offering cryotherapy at its location in Farmington (24100 Drake Road) and Plymouth (within Spa Agio, 444 S. Main Street).
The subzero treatment, where the body is rapidly cooled for around three minutes in a chamber set at between -160 to -260 degrees, is believed to have numerous benefits:
- faster healing of injuries and recovery from workouts; athletes use the treatment instead of uncomfortable ice baths
- reduced inflammation, helpful for chronic conditions such as back pain and irritable bowel syndrome
- improved skin tone because of a boost in collagen levels; the treatment is a beloved anti-aging trick by celebrities
- increased feeling of well-being due to a rush of endorphins; helpful with stress, low libido and reduced energy levels
- weight loss – metabolism can be improved; 500 to 800 calories is burned during a treatment as the body rapidly cools and then has to warm up
Dr. Sol Cogan, a Doctor of Chiropractic, and an innovator in treatments for pain, is proud to be bringing CryoWellness USA to metro Detroit. “People using the therapy just feel so much healthier and, yes, happier because of the rush of endorphins,” said Dr. Cogan, who was Team DC for the Detroit Lions from 2002 to 2015. “Those who have a very intense workout regime find that they recover more quickly after treatment: muscles ache less and individuals have an increased sense of well-being.”
The first whole-body cryotherapy chamber was developed in Japan in the 1970s for inflammatory diseases like rheumatoid arthritis. Now people with various chronic medical conditions, such as irritable bowel syndrome, back and neck pain and joint problems, are finding relief.
Robbie Litzenburg, 23, of Bloomfield Hills, explained: “I’ve suffered with ulcerative colitis for eight years and have been looking for relief from my symptoms. When I heard about cryotherapy at CryoWellness USA, I was more than eager to try it. I saw a difference after the very first session in the cryochamber. My symptoms from ulcerative colitis stopped, and have remained under control. I am also less sore after lifting weights and can push myself harder at the gym.”
For more information go to http://cryowellnessusa.com/ or call 248 615 0080.
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CryoWellness USA utilizes full size walk-in chambers that expose the entire body to safe subzero temperatures. During the whole body cryotherapy treatment, the blood vessels undergo a period of vasoconstriction (constriction of blood vessels) and directs more blood to the body’s core in an effort to maintain body temperature. Through this process, the blood becomes oxygenated. This is followed by vasodilatation (dilation of blood vessels) which moves the oxygen-enriched blood through the rest of the body. The results have a natural anti-inflammatory effect and improve circulation, allowing clients to look and feel better, typically after regular and continuous treatment. Treatment is $75 a visit ($37.50 for the first visit) or $450 for 10 visits. Monthly recurring membership is also available.