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Whole Body Cryotherapy (WBC)
Whole body cryotherapy is an anti-inflammatory procedure where the top layer of skin is exposed to below freezing temperatures of between -190 and -250 degrees Fahrenheit for 1 to 3 minutes.While in the Cryosauna nitrogen vapor is released throughout the chamber exposing the body to the ultra-low temperatures. The cold temperatures trigger the body’s natural response to the cold and the blood vessels rapidly constrict to keep the core temperature at 98.6 degrees to protect the organs. This shock also causes the body to release endorphins and at times adrenaline which helps flush toxins and waste from the body. The procedure helps to dramatically improve circulation and the oxygenation of red blood cells. The treatment also provides: relief of muscle soreness, joint pain, and arthritis pain, enhanced skin elasticity, an increased metabolic rate, increased energy levels, improved immune function, elevated nutrient consumption, and a noticeable reduction of fatigue, stress & anxiety. Read more
A Cryofacial provides localized spot treatment of the face and neck. The procedure uses a device that will direct vaporized liquid nitrogen around the face and neck. The benefits of cryo-facials include: Detoxification of cells, reduction of wrinkles, lines and dark circles, tightening of the skin, and helping to diminish blemishes. The main contributing factors for aging skin are the loss of collagen and poor oxygenation of the skin layers. Overtime the skin loses its elasticity, wrinkles worsen, eyelids sag, the jaw line loses definition and dark circles and bags appear under the eyes. The vasoconstriction of the procedure helps decrease pore size and increases blood flow to the face and neck which delivers a boost of oxygen and nutrients to the cells and detoxifies them all at once. This helps to stimulate the production of collagen and gets you one step closer to healthier more rejuvenated skin. Read more
Localized cryotherapy is similar to WBC (whole body cryotherapy) but the procedure requires similar instruments to that of the cryofacial. For this procedure, the area requiring treatment is exposed to temperatures as low as -250°F. Unlike traditional ice baths or icing, this provides deeper penetration into the skin with little to no discomfort. The body responds to the designated areas, thus enhancing the effects. Common treatment areas include: elbows, shoulders, knees, feet or ankles. The nitrogen gas can be applied for up to 5 to 10 minutes unlike the typical 1-3 minutes of WBC. This enhances and prolongs microcirculation and helps to remove inflammation and reduces swelling and pain from the designated area. Read more
Intravenous Micronutrient Therapy (IV)
Micro nutrients and macro nutrients are the pillars of human health. They provide the essential energy and materials required for optimal cell function and body composition. When nutrient deficiencies start to develop, your health becomes compromised giving rise to disease and an overall feeling of unbalance. By identifying your nutritional gaps and deficiencies we can begin the process of getting you back to your optimal self. Life gets hectic fast and our overwhelming number of responsibilities sometimes inhibit us from making sure that we get all the right foods in the right proportions. Intravenous (IV) therapy is the most direct and rapid method to restore proper nutrient levels in the body. IV therapy injects vitamins, minerals, and antioxidants directly into the vein, allowing the nutrients to bypass the digestive system, which is where many nutrients get partially or fully lost due to poor absorption or digestive system health. This system enriches your blood with the essential nutrients to help you overcome your health challenges and battle those daily chores.IV therapy also assists in replenishing body fluids during periods of dehydration. After bouts of illness or a night of heavy drinking, you are likely to become dehydrated. Dehydration causes a number of symptoms, including: headache, fatigue, dizziness, nausea and constipation. If you experience chronic dehydration, you may even be at risk of developing kidney and liver problems, not to mention muscular problems and cramps. IV therapy re hydrates your body, providing it with a customized blend of electrolytes, vitamins, and fluids to restore your fluid composition in just a minutes.Please call us and schedule a consultation to help us determine the appropriate nutrients required in your IV treatment. The infusion is generally provided through an IV catheter in the patients arm for a period of 15 to 90 minutes. The treatment is minimally invasive, painless, and poses no significant health risk. Patients are provided comfortable lounging chairs and they are monitored closely by a physician or nurse. Potential side effects vary depending on the treatment provided, but they tend to be minimal. Eating and being well hydrated before IV treatments limits the potential of experiencing side effects. Read more
Platelet Rich Plasma (PRP) treatment was developed in the early 1990s as a means to treat facial and plastic surgery issues. PRP injections are prepared using a few vials of a patient’s own blood. The blood is then centrifuged and the activated platelets are then injected into the tissue on the face, which releases growth factors that increase the reparative process of the skin helping to build more elastic and collagen dense skin. As a result, patients see improved skin and overall facial health.
Botox & Restylane
Botox treatments are used to relax areas of the skin in order to improve or dynamically reduce the look of wrinkles, crow’s feet and other facial imperfections. Unlike Botox, Restylane is used as a filler to improve the look and feel of areas of the face that have lost volume over the years (i.e. between the eyebrows, forehead lines, etc.…) The treatments can be used separately or together to help improve the look and feel of facial features. Read more