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Cryoskin 3.0 for Loose Skin

Everybody knows that excess weight and obesity are national health problems, and we should find ways to encourage people to keep themselves at a healthy weight. But curing obesity can bring its own health issues, namely, loose skin. Is Cryoskin 3.0 a help for loose skin? I looked into it this week, and I wanted Read more…


CryoFacelift and Celluma Package

The second posting on this blog was for our cryofacial service, before we even opened for business. Since then, I have touted cryotherapy to you for muscle soreness, back pain, arthritis, and even weight control, as well as a number of other conditions. This week, I want to take another look at cryotherapy as a Read more…


Freeze & Squeeze

For a Freeze & Squeeze, you spend three minutes in the cryotherapy cabinet at a temperature of around 200 degrees below zero. Then you return to room temperature and relax in a reclining chair wearing RecoveryPump pants for 15 to 30 minutes. You can usually complete an entire Freeze & Squeeze in about 40 minutes. Read more…



Cryotherapy for Muscle Soreness

Cryotherapy for muscle soreness is well established. Both research literature and practical accounts are abundant. I don’t need to go over all the studies here. But I thought it might be a good idea to discuss the myth that soreness is something you should avoid. There’s a television commercial for Advil that shows people doing Read more…


Cryotherapy for Migraine

Cryotherapy for migraine. Sound far-fetched? Actually, it’s not. Our experience here at Peak Recovery & Health Center may help. But first let’s get some background. According to the Migraine Research Foundation, more than 39 million people (men, women, and even children) suffer from migraine in the U.S. More than 90% of those are incapacitated during Read more…



Ice Bath or Whole-Body Cryotherapy?

Human beings are endothermic or “warm blooded,” which means we maintain our body temperature with internal heat sources. But maintaining your body temperature is not always a comfortable process, as athletes who take ice baths for muscle recovery will tell you. Wikipedia quotes champion weightlifter Karyn Marshall, who took an ice bath after the 2011 Read more…


Whole-Body Cryotherapy for Cellulite

To understand cellulite, you need to understand your skin has three layers. The outermost is the epidermis, which is the part we usually think of when we think of skin. It’s the thinnest and the most disposable layer of skin. In fact, it is continually being sloughed off and renewed. Directly under the epidermis is Read more…


Cryoskin 3.0 for Arms

Fat deposits on the upper arms lead to flabby-looking arms, and judging by web searches on the subject, they are a source of concern for a lot of people. But they are not such a simple problem as advertisers would have you believe. Despite the claims of exercise machine vendors and self-proclaimed weight loss experts, Read more…