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Whole-Body Cryotherapy for Back Pain

Colin Cook Back pain comes in many varieties, but the most pervasive one is probably low back pain. The National Institute of Neurological Disorders and Stroke publishes a Low Back Pain Fact Sheet that makes for rather bleak reading: “About 80 percent of adults experience low back pain at some point in their lifetimes. It Read more…


Cryotherapy for Arthritis

Colin Cook According to Wikipedia, more than 20% of Americans have arthritis. But that statement makes the situation sound much simpler than it is. “Arthritis” refers to inflammation of the joints, and there are at least 100 kinds: “The most common forms are osteoarthritis (degenerative joint disease) and rheumatoid arthritis. Osteoarthritis usually occurs with age Read more…


Whole-Body Cryotherapy for Multiple Sclerosis

Colin Cook Multiple sclerosis — MS for short — is a disease of the central nervous system. It can result in double vision, blindness in one eye, muscle weakness, problems with coordination, slurred speech, tremors, numbness or tingling, fatigue, dizziness, or problems with bowel or bladder function. The symptoms are highly variable, and they can Read more…


Colin and Leslie’s Interview with Fairytale Access

Colin and Leslie had the opportunity to sit down with Denise-Marie McIntosh, host of Fairytale Access, to talk about cryotherapy, photobiomodulation, floating, sauna’s, compression, and everything wellness!  Here is the video: Hopefully this helps you better understand our modalities and please feel free to share this with people you feel could benefit from understanding our modalities Read more…


The Story of Austin‘s Recovery…

…as told by his mother, Stephanie: “Hockey isn’t just a hobby for Austin, it is truly a passion. He loves everything about hockey, from the strength and conditioning to video review to competing in games. He had a coach tease him one time that making him skate sprints isn’t a punishment because he enjoys it Read more…


17 Science-Backed Benefits of Cryotherapy

WRITTEN BY HELEN NICHOLS Since 2011, people have undergone more than a half-million cryotherapy sessions around the world. Within the alternative healthcare realm, many are looking to cryotherapy to treat injuries, speed recovery, and boost athletic performance. If you haven’t heard of cryotherapy, keep reading to learn more about the amazing benefits of this treatment option. Read more…


How Whole-Body Cryotherapy (WBC) Works

Colin Cook I have written about whole-body cryotherapy’s usefulness for depression, muscle soreness, fibromyalgia, inflammation, Alzheimer’s, dermatitis, a weakened immune system, tinnitus, and oxidative stress. But what actually happens to a person in a cabinet when the temperature is lowered to minus 200 degrees? I want to use this post to explain the physiology of WBC. Read more…


The FDA vs. Whole-Body Cryotherapy (WBC)

I recently completed an Ironman competition in Louisville with more than satisfactory results, capping off a hectic six months under constant threat of interference with my training. But in those six months, I exercised as much discipline as I could and became almost fanatical about recovery. Judicious use of the different services here at Peak Read more…


Services to Relieve Oxidative Stress

Chemists define a free radical as a molecule with at least one unpaired electron. Stated that way, it sounds harmless, but an oxygen free radical in the body is anything but. Oxygen free radicals are unstable and desperate to return to stability. They attack our cells in an effort to find an element that can Read more…


Can Cryotherapy Treat Tinnitus?

According to the Latin Dictionary, the noun tinnītǔs means “ringing, clanging, jangling.” In English, tinnitus names a condition colloquially known as “ringing in the ears.” To those that suffer from it, it may not be actual ringing. It can also sound like clicking, hissing, or roaring. Some tinnitus sufferers hear indistinct voices or music. The Read more…