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Long Beach Cryotherapy beneficiaries and chronic pain sufferers are discovering a centuries old method for recovering from injury and healing that is being reestablished and accepted by the medical profession internationally because of its unparalleled success rate. 


Long Beach Cryotherapy beneficiaries and chronic pain sufferers are discovering a centuries old method for recovering from injury and healing that is being reestablished and accepted by the medical profession internationally because of its unparalleled success rate. 

CoastCryo Health is leveraging Whole Body Cryotherapy (WBC) – a therapeutic procedure that consists of introducing a patient’s body to arctic temperatures that help stimulate pain relief, anti-aging, weight-loss and general wellness.

Having been exposed to patients as early as the 17th century, cryotherapy is an all-encompassing technique of using sub-zero temperatures in restorative medical procedures. The word “cryotherapy” is of Greek origin meaning cold (cryo) and cure (therapy).

Through the WBC method – whereby a patient enters a cryogenic chamber for a short duration (one-and-a-half to three minutes) – the patient is subjected to below-zero temperatures ranging from -200°F to -240°F. 

More than just a sophisticated ice bath, the frigid procedure reduces a Long Beach Cryotherapy patients’ skin surface temperature exponentially and fuels its sensory receptors, thus triggering a Central Nervous System reaction and quickly releasing the body’s natural mood elevators and pain inhibitors called endorphins. 

By utilizing WBC for symptoms like joint pain and arthritis, not only does it cause the endorphins to be released, but it reduces irritation and speeds up muscle recovery time by eradicating metabolic waste and toxins from the inflamed area with a supply of oxygen and also enabling nutrient enriched blood to help promote cellular restoration.

As the CryoChamber is set to sub-zero temperatures, Long Beach Cryotherapy patients are protected in the CryoChamber as they wear slippers, socks and gloves. Men must protect their private parts too by wearing cotton underwear, while covering for women is optional.  During the short cryotherapy session, the average skin temperature will drop to 10°C (50°F). A patient’s skin will never get colder than 0°C (32°F). While the patient’s core body temperature may drop a bit for a short period after the cryotherapy procedure, their temperature will remain unaffected during the process itself. 

To learn more about becoming a Long Beach Cryotherapy patient at CoastCryo Health, contact us at (714) 963-7712, or book now!
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