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EEZE your pain with cryotherapy

Cryo-eeze is here to help recover faster, eeze pain,  heal quicker from injury and increase your quality of life. 

The Three R's of CryoTherapy - Remove | Replenish | Recover



1. Remove. During a 2-3 minute  cryotherapy session, blood vessels in your skin’s surface and muscle  tissue constrict, forcing blood away from your peripheral tissues and  toward your core. Inside your core, your body’s natural filtration  system works to remove toxins and inflammatory properties in your blood.  These toxins and inflammatory properties are what typically makes you  feel sore. Removing them from the  tissue means you’re less likely to  feel soreness, no matter how intense your day or your workout is. 



2. Replenish. After exiting  the cryochamber, blood flows back to your peripheral tissues. Now  enriched with oxygen, nutrients, and enzymes, your blood warms the skin  and muscle tissue and increases your range of motion.  target specific areas.  Great for back, neck, Migraines, or Facials.  There are many benefits for CryoTherapy and you can find several of the studies HERE.



3. Recover. Cryotherapy is used to help people from all walks of life recover. It can help the professional athlete  recover from an intense training session, and it can help the person  suffering from chronic arthritis or fibromyalgia recover from the pain  these diseases cause. It can even help the everyday person recover from  the stress of sitting at a desk all day or chasing after kids.  

Our Services

Fully Body CryoTherapy



The Name  

Cryo comes from the Greek word cryo, or (κρύο), and means cold. Cryotherapy refers to any form of treatment that relies on the application of cold temperatures. Whole Body Cryotherapy (WBC) is most commonly utilized in the field of sports medicine as a mode of muscle recovery and pain relief. However, it has recently gained notoriety for its use in the treatment of eczema, depression, and anxiety, and even in the prevention of symptoms of multiple sclerosis. The focus of this article will be on the benefits and limitations of entering the extremely cold environment of the cryo chamber.

What Is Whole Body Cryotherapy?

Whole Body Cryotherapy (WBC) involves immersing the body in a cold chamber, which emits vapors that reach extremely low temperatures ranging from -110℃ to -160 ℃ (around -160℉ to -220℉). This is usually done for an interval of 2 to 4 minutes [R, R].

When in the cryogenic chamber, individuals are undressed with the exception of underwear, socks, and gloves to protect the extremities [R].

What Is a Cryochamber?

The cryo chamber is an individual, tube-shaped enclosure that covers a person’s body with an open top to keep the head at room temperature. The frigid environment is generated by the emission of cool air, but some cryogenic chambers generate these temperatures by forced convection, which involves pumping the cool air from an external circuit [R, R].

Mechanism of Action

The fundamental change in the body caused by whole body cryotherapy is the reduction of tissue temperature [R].

The change in tissue temperature also causes a reduction in core body temperature. This sensory shock leads to an activation of the autonomic, or unconscious, nervous system. This is characterized by rising norepinephrine levels, increased blood pressure, and heart rate variability [R, R].  When the body is exposed to extreme cooling, the blood vessels are constricted and reduce blood flow to the areas of inflammation. Once outside of the cryogenic chamber, the vessels expand, and an increased presence of anti-inflammatory proteins (IL-10) are found in the blood [R, R].  In a randomized crossover study, 11 athletes performed better on a protocol test before and after a run. The improvement was supported by lower heart rates, oxygen consumption, and rates of perceived exertion. This recovery is presumed to be a result of more oxygen for the working muscles and less strain on the heart and veins [R].  A within-subject control study showed that ankle-localized cryotherapy in 23 participants leads to slower conduction of nerve signals in the treatment site. It can also lead to improvements in pain threshold and tolerance [R].  Two literature reviews on whole body cryotherapy support these claims that the induced cold body temperatures can help reduce pain, inflammation, and improve recovery [R, R].

Spot CryoTherapy


Providing a state of the art nitrogen vapor cooling technology system,  the CRYO Penguin is a high-end localized cryotherapy device able to be  used on Your body & face.  This allows us to target specific areas.  Great for back, neck, Migraines, or Facials.  There are many benefits for CryoTherapy and you can find several of the studies HERE

Pulse Therapy



NormaTec’s patented Sequential Pulse Technology sets it apart from  any other massage compression device by synergistically combining three  distinct massage techniques – Pulsing, Gradient Hold, and Distal Release  – to speed the body’s recovery process.

Users include members of elite NCAA programs, the majority of NFL,  NBA, and NHL teams; the US Navy Seals; and the US Olympic Committee.  Cryo-eeze has made both the PULSE  systems available to  clients that are looking for quicker muscle recovery and a decrease in  muscle fatigue and stiffness. Our rehabilitation clients notice a  reduction in swelling, pain and an increased range of motion.  Read more Here

Other Benefits


Headaches and Migraines

 The treatment of migraine with cold therapy has been used for over 150 years.  Read more on this study HERE



 The treatment helps the skin to feel tighter, and the pressurized liquid nitrogen helps stimulate collagen production while also filling in fine lines and wrinkles and decreasing pores.  See more information HERE


Whole-body cryotherapy as adjunct treatment of depressive and anxiety disorders

WBCT improves several  symptoms  among  the  many  psychopathological

phenomena associated with depressive or anxiety disorders.  See the study HERE


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2552 Merchant Ave. Odessa, Florida 33556, United States

(727) 421-2278


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Monday - Tuesday 10:00 a.m. - 6:00 p.m.

Wednesday 12:00 p.m. - 8 p.m.

Thursday - Friday  10:00 a.m. - 6:00 p.m.

Saturday 10:00 a.m. - 2:00 p.m.

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This pricing was published on 2-20-2019

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