Fusion, Velashape, Cryotherapy
The benefits of Whole Body Cryotherapy, Fusion, and Velashape.
Velashape helps you say goodbye to stubborn pockets of fat. It’s a non-invasive body contouring technique that heat and destroy fat cells. With elos technology, bi-polar radio frequencies are combined with vacuum stimulation to heat underlying fat cells, surrounding connective tissue, and dermal collagen fibers.
New Health Trend
The benefits of Whole Body Cryotherapy, and Exclusive Cryo Facial. The holistic way treat the body.
Unique Facial Treatment
Achieve best results with a performance of unique combination of facial procedure and local area cryotherapy. Use of best cosmetic products on a market, helps our certified staff make you look younger.
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Whole Body Cryotherapy is the Best Way to:
- Recovery after all kinds of surgery
- Reduce signs of aging
- Tighten the skin and prevent wrinkles
- Burn 800 calories without moving a muscle
- Acne prevention and reduction
- Increase of collagen production, leaving your skin form and tight
- Cellulite prevention and reduction
- Elevate testosterone level in men
- Improve mood and decrease stress via rise of endorphins, the body natural feel good chemicals
- Improve athletic performance
- Depression mitigation
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What is Cryotherapy
Cryotherapy is the local or general use of low temperatures in medical therapy. Cryotherapy is used to treat a variety of benign and malignant tissue damage, medically called lesions. The term “cryotherapy” comes from the Greek cryo (κρύο) meaning cold, and therapy (θεραπεία) meaning cure. Cryotherapy has been used as early as the seventeenth century. Its goal is to decrease cell growth and reproduction (cellular metabolism), increase cellular survival, decrease inflammation, decrease pain and spasm, promote the constriction of blood vessels (vasoconstriction), and when using extreme temperatures, to destroy cells by crystallizing the cytosol, which is the liquid found inside cells, also known as intracellular fluid.
Whole body cryotherapy was initially intended for use in a clinical setting to treat patients with conditions such as multiple sclerosis and rheumatoid arthritis; however, elite athletes have recently reported using the treatment to alleviate delayed onset muscle soreness after exercise. Recently, recreational athletes have started to emulate elite athletes in using these treatments after exercise. Reductions in muscle and skin tissue temperature after WBC exposure may stimulate cutaneous receptors and excite the sympathetic adrenergic fibre, causing constriction of local arterioles and venues. Consequently, WBC may be effective in relieving soreness, or muscle pain, through reduced muscle metabolism, skin microcirculation, receptor sensitivity and nerve conduction velocity. Interestingly, a paradoxical increase in rectal temperature, followed by a slight decline, has been reported following exposure to the treatment. The is also a body of evidence to suggest that WBC stimulates the autonomic nervous system, with a predominance of parasympathetic tone activation, after exposure.