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W359 N5920 Brown St #110
Oconomowoc, Wisconsin, 53066
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State of the Art Cryotherapy Chamber

During a full-body cryotherapy session, you will undress to the level of your comfort and step into a state-of-the-art cryo chamber for three minutes.

Freeze down to -200° F while your core temperature remains at 98.6° F, which will cause a full body endorphin release, increase collagen and elastin production, increase melatonin production, reduce inflammation and swelling, and will burn 500-800 calories within hours after the session.

Acupressure Massage

The points used in acupressure massage exist among a network, or meridians, which are the highways on which Qi flows throughout the body. Pressure is needed at these points to clear up blockages and help ensure a healthy, balanced, and harmonious flow of energy through the meridians.

This deeply relaxing technique soothes pain and discomfort of sports-related or other injuries, improves sleep, relaxes muscles and joints, reduces digestive issues, minimizes headaches, alleviates chronic pain, and relieves stress, tension, and anxiety.

Compression Boots

A compression therapy session involves placing compression boots on the legs for 20 to 30 minutes. This will move stagnant blood, lymph fluid, and lactic acid from the lower body up to the liver and kidneys to detoxify and send oxygen-rich blood back to the legs.

Orthopedic Massage

Orthopedic massage is a specific series of stretches and exercises utilizing PNMT (precision neuromuscular technique), so the body can regain balance within joints and tissues. This therapy is geared towards post-surgical/post-trauma patients and athletes, but can also alleviate many general symptoms, including bursitis, tendinitis, pinched nerves, and much more.

During an orthopedic massage session, the client will not get undressed and will be in a side-lying or face-up position for a majority of the session. The first session will be 60 to 90 minutes depending on the severity of the situation, and 30 to 60 minutes for follow-up sessions.