What is Whole Body Cryotherapy?


Beauty and Renewal

Athletic Performance and Recovery

"I broke my ankle in a car accident last year.  My doctor said that I will eventually need surgery, but it will put me down for three months.  My friend told me about DfwCRYO.  I walked out of the chamber and could immediately bend my ankle, and the swelling was gone.  The pain of stake knives in my foot was gone.  Finally pain relief.  I am a believer."

     Gail from Arlington

Whole Body Cryotherapy is a hyper-cooling process that exposes your body to subzero temperatures for a short period of time (less than 3 minutes), which results in decreased inflammation, increased energy, decreased pain and spasms, and promotes overall health.

This is not a medical procedure, but a  non-invasive, holistic option for people seeking faster recovery and better health. Used in European spas, wellness centers and athletic training facilities, cryotherapy is a powerful treatment option endorsed by renowned doctors such as Dr. Oz and professional athletes including the Dallas Maverics.  TCU recently joined this elite club.

You will feel a noticable difference after your first session, but optimal results are seen when you do 10 sessions as close together as possible within 3 weeks.

Cryotherapy  naturally improves the overall condition of your skin and minimizes the effects of aging.  The cold temperatures activate the collagen production within deep layers of your skin, allowing the skin to improve texture, regain elasticity, and take on a smoother, more even-toned appearance.

     With the improvement of oxygenated, nutrient-rich blood back to the surface of the skin following a cryotherapy session, you may experience the following dramatic beauty results.

Many Olympic, collegiate, and professional sport athletes, including the Dallas Mavericks, TCU, and the Dallas Coyboys use Cryotherapy before and after workouts or competitions to speed up recovery time and increase athletic performance.  Before workouts, it can increase energy and boost the metabolic rate.  Post-workouts, it aids in the recovery process much more effectively than an ice bath.

Cryotherapy is a perfect complement to your training regimen, allowing you to push the limits, achieve a competitive edge, and keep your body in peak physical shape.

Cryotherapy's extremely cold temperatures stimulate the natural healing responses of your body.  The oxygen nutrient-rich blood flow can improve immune system and organ function, while also reducing inflammation. This process can result in numerous health benefits, as listed to the right.

Wellness and Pain Relief

  • Tighter, smoother skin for a more youthful complexion
  • Increased collagen production
  • Reduced cellulite
  • Improved acne, psoriasis, dermatitis and other skin conditions
  • Minimized scarring
  • Stronger nails and hair
  • Weight loss (burns 500-800 cal. per session)

Weight Loss

Most Discussed Benefits

  • Relief from chronic pain, (back, joint, arthritis, fibromyalgia)
  • Dealing with fatigue
  • Reducing inflammation
  • Better night's sleep
  • Faster recovery time
  • Alleviating headaches and migraines
  • Weight Loss 
  • Mood elevation
  • Help with postpartum depression

Highest Rated Beauty Results

Exposure to extremely cold temperatures triggers the body to boost its metabolic rate to produce heat.  The effects of Cryotherapy last for hours after your session, causing the body to burn approximately 500-800 calories after each session.  After several sessions, the metabolic rate increase tends to last longer, making Cryotherapy an excellent complement to a healthy diet and workout program. Physician run trials are now underway in Florida to validate the use of Cryotherapy for weight loss purposes.

Achieve your best

  • Increases energy levels
  • Increases metabolism
  • Improves performance
  • Reduces inflammation and soreness
  • Tendonitis relief
  • Eliminates lactic acid build-up
  • Improves joint function
  • Decreases muscle fatigue
  • Recover faster and train harder