Halo Cryotherapy - Golden Valley

Cryotherapy
Golden Valley, Minnesota, 55427

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  • Halo Cryotherapy - Golden Valley
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  • 7722 Hwy 55
    Golden Valley, Minnesota, 55427
    United States

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  • Monday 8am-8pm

    Tuesday 8am-8pm

    Wednesday 8am-8pm

    Thursday 8am-8pm

    Friday 8am-4pm

    Saturday 10am-4pm

    Sunday – Closed

More About Halo Cryotherapy - Golden Valley

Performance. Relief. Beauty.

Cryotherapy uses extremely cold temperatures to trigger natural body responses that increase blood flow and release hormones to help with recovery, provide pain relief, and rejuvenate the skin.


How cryotherapy works.

Using ice or cold water to relieve soreness and reduce swelling has a long history. More recently, cold shock therapies such as whole body cryotherapy and cold water immersion have emerged as treatments to alleviate chronic pain, combat inflammation, and promote faster muscle recovery. Whole body cryotherapy exposes the body to extremely cold temperatures (-140 to -160 degrees Celsius) by circulating concentrated nitrogen gas within a cryosauna for 1 to 3 minutes. This invigorating and non-toxic treatment has been used for decades throughout Europe and in Japan by people looking to manage pain, reduce inflammation, and recover faster.

For your convenience, our most common customer questions about whole body cryotherapy are answered right here. Not finding what you want? Reach out directly through our Contact Us page.

 

Q: What is Cryotherapy?

A: Cryotherapy uses concentrated nitrogen vapor to expose the body to extreme cold (-220 to -255 degrees Fahrenheit) to stimulate the body’s natural responses. These responses alleviate chronic pain, improve mood, combat inflammation, and promote faster muscle recovery. While cryotherapy may be new to you, it is an established regimen that has been used for decades in Europe and Japan. Cryotherapy is quick, easy, invigorating, and non-toxic. For more information on our services, click here!

 

Q: Who developed this technology?

A: Whole body cryotherapy was originally developed in Japan in 1978 for the treatment of Rheumatoid Arthritis. The benefits have been studied and refined in Europe since that time.

 

Q: When was whole body cryotherapy developed?

A: Whole body cryotherapy has been used in Japan and Europe for more than three decades. Multiple research studies have been published in medical journals about the effects of whole body cryotherapy, and in many European countries the treatment is covered by medical insurance policies.

 

Q: How does cryotherapy work?

A: The cryosauna circulates concentrated nitrogen gas to lower the surface temperature of the body’s skin by 30-50 degrees Fahrenheit over a period or 2-3 minutes. The skin reacts to the cold and sends messages to the brain to stimulate certain regulatory functions of the body.

 

Q: Is nitrogen dangerous to human beings?

A: No. Nitrogen is a non-toxic gas. The air that we breathe is made up of 78% nitrogen, 21% oxygen, and 1% other gases.

 

Q: How long does a treatment last?

A: Each session lasts a short 2 to 3 minutes.

 

Q: Is it comfortable?

A: Before entering the cryosauna, clients are required to dress in cotton socks, undergarments and gloves. The cold air is dry and very tolerable. You may experience a pin-like poking experience towards the end of the treatment. This is quite normal and will dissipate quickly after the treatment.

 

Q: What can I expect to feel like after the treatment?

A: During and shortly after each cryotherapy session, the body releases endorphins that can improve mood and boost energy.

 



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