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CRY-X is thrilled to introduce Whole Body Cryotherapy to the community of Wesley Chapel and the surrounding areas. With the great many benefits Whole Body Cryotherapy has to offer, its no wonder that it is sweeping the nation with so many amazing success stories.

Holistic Treatment

Whole Body Cryotherapy is an effective alternative treatment for inflammation reduction throughout the body resulting in decreased pain levels.

Collagen Production

Tone and tighten your skin as a result of increased collagen production, improved circulation, and expelling toxins

Boost Endorphins

Feel the Rush of energy when you exit the Cyosauna as you experience the 'runner's high' from the increased endorphins

Look and Feel Your Best

Boosted metabolism is one of the numerous benefits you will receive with Cryotherapy.

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With the great many benefits Whole Body Cryotherapy has to offer, its no wonder that it is sweeping the nation


Witness what keeps our clients happy, motivated and excited with their Cryotherapy experience!  Enjoy our video testimonials of real cry-x clients (you may even know some of them) sharing why they love Cryotherapy!  Listen to their story as they share their experience and how they felt after the session. You’ll see why so many of our clients keep coming back!!!


Cryotherapy is a term used when referring to a form of cold therapy known as whole body cryotherapy, but can also mean any ice treatment such as ice packs or ice bath. Today there are a variety of cryotherapy modalities ranging from surgical procedures known as Cryosurgery to non-invasive cosmetic treatments such as Cryoskin.

Cryotherapy treatment has been around for hundreds of years and helps with inflammation, swelling, muscle spasm and muscle cramping, With Whole body Cryotherapy, its exposing the entire body to extreme cold which helps to release endorphins, rid of toxins, improve athletic recovery, aid in skin conditions and assist in burning calories. This is the cue for the receptors in the skin (nerve endings) to start sending signals to The central nervous system receives signals from the nerve endings when the skin feels the extreme cold from the cryosauna which mimics extreme danger. This improves blood circulation and starts the production of serotonin and releases endorphins while getting rid of toxins within the body

The subzero temperatures provided by the cryosauna cause your body to shiver during a 2-3-minute cryotherapy treatment as a mechanism to generate body heat. Your body burns calories in order to maintain its core temperature. A single session of cryotherapy can increase your daily calorie expenditure by 300-800 calories. Basically, being cold does boost metabolism by trying to warm the body.

While cryotherapy can reduce inflammation and aid with pain management, some clients have noted some numbness due to cold and nerve irritation and tingling which is the circulation of the blood returning to the extremities.

With whole body cryotherapy, there is no down time or time to heal. It depends on the severity of the injury and person being treated and the healing is more from the injury and not using the therapy itself.


The frequency of cryotherapy treatments is dependent on the overall goal of the client.  Initially, seven to ten treatments is necessary to overcome the underlying inflammation of the body. After the initial loading period, most people may taper treatments down to one or two times per week, whereas athletes, people with chronic autoimmune conditions, and people looking to lose weight benefit from daily use. People can safely use cryotherapy every day

For most individuals, cryotherapy is touted as a safe treatment with many benefits, however, individuals with certain conditions such as, uncontrolled hypertension, heart conditions, pregnancy, anemia, and certain cancers should avoid whole body cryotherapy treatment. Other risks typically associated with improper safety checks would include minor skin irritations to frost bite or dizziness.

Yes! In fact, Dr. Toshima Yamaguchi first used cryotherapy treatments in the 1970’s to ease the pain and discomfort associated with Rheumatoid Arthritis (RA), which is an auto-immune condition causing  chronic inflammatory disorder.


Cryotherapy has been shown to improve function in extremities affected with mild neuropathy or drug/chemo induced neuropathy, however in cases of severe diabetic neuropathy, whole body cryotherapy would be contraindicated due to lack of sensitivity in temperature changes.

A Whole body Cryotherapy treatment uses temperatures ranging from -100 to -300 degrees Fahrenheit. This causes the internal temperature to also decrease from its natural 98.6 degrees Fahrenheit. Upon exiting the sauna, your body is trying to get back to its normal temperature which in return, causes you to burn more calories as the body is working to get to its normal state.

Whole body Cryotherapy has shown improvements in skin conditions such as acne, exzema, psoriasis, and rosacea.

Cryotherapy has a number of benefits to the skin including enhancing exfoliation of dead skin, strengthening the skin by increasing collagen production of the skin’s cells.

We recommend the less the better. Most people prefer to use an underwear and bra as coverage and you’ll have some individuals who want to get their hamstring and glutes treated which causes the client to eliminate the use of the piece of garment that covers that specific area.

Wholebody Cryotherapy decreases inflammation, improves sleep, releases endorphins, increase cell rejuvenation, improves athletic recovery, improve skin tone, pain management, reduce signs of aging and mood enhancement.

Whole body Cryotherapy is not currently covered by medical insurance.

Whole body cryotherapy may be an excellent option for some pain relief in the sciatica. With the Cryotherapy sauna using temperatures ranging in the negatives, this cold can send some immediate relief to the nerves hence eliminating some pain from the sciatica.

Cryotherapy does promotes tightening of the skin. With the new Technology of Cryoskin, you can tighten skin and reduce fat in certain areas which is called Cryoslimming and Cryotoning in addition to Cryotoning facials.


You can use cryotherapy as often as needed depending on your situation. For general wellness, clients range using cryotherapy from 1-3 sessions per week. Clients that workout on a regular basis and athletes tend to need a little more recover time so they utilize the cryotherapy treatments up to 3-5 times per week and for injuries and ailments, depends on the severity of the issue.

Using ice packs or ice bath are older forms of cryotherapy. Being used for hundreds of years icing causes the blood vessels to constrict, blood flow to be reduced which helps to alleviate swelling, inflammation and pain.

Whole body cryotherapy has been rapidly becoming popular and is generally a safe non-invasive procedure. It’s wise to always consult your medical doctor prior to trying any new form of therapy due to contraindications.  People with heart conditions, High blood pressure and pregnant women should not try cryotherapy.

Whole body cryotherapy was originated in the 1970’s in Japan to help treat patients with Rheumatoid arthritis. It has been found to help with many other ailments stemming from inflammation.  Cryotherapy can aid with decrease inflammation, post-surgical swelling, sports recovery, multiple sclerosis, weight loss, muscle and joint pain, increase of collagen, decrease in cellulite, tighten skin, improve sleep, mood enhancement, migraine relief, skin rejuvenation and post-surgical recovery to name a few.

It is difficult to answer a subjective question such as “how something feels”, however the most common answer would be–really cold, but tolerable. With the environment of the chamber being a dry cold, the perception generally is that cryotherapy “feels” more like walking into a freezer naked rather than plunging into an ice bath.