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Cryotherapy is suitable for both professional & amateur athletes alike and has been in use within the whole sports industry for decades. WBC can be an immediate and effective method for applying relief to those who have suffered from various sports-related injuries or need to improve recovery time to get back in the game.Our Cryotherapy Services
Unlike an ice pack, Cryotherapy can target more than one area of inflammation at once. Unlike ice treatment, your muscle tissues do not require down time to recover from Cryotherapy. You can start training again straight away.
With minimal recovery time, and reduced muscle soreness and inflammation, athletes are about to push the boundaries and perform to the best of their ability. Training longer, harder and with shorter recovery times means you really can maximise your athletic performance.
One of the most common side effects of degenerative diseases is painful joints and inflammation. But don’t stress, Cryotherapy is scientifically proven to help, targeting blockages in your blood causing inflammation. By reducing these blockages and regulating muscle tone can lead to a deduction in pain.
The extreme low temperatures kick-start your metabolism. Your blood is cleansed from the temperature drop, and rushes around your body to help wake up your metabolism. Our full body cryotherapy chamber not only burns up to 800 calories in the 6 hours following a session, but improves your metabolisms performance to help you continue to burn calories after your session.
Cryotherapy is far less expensive than you may think, with prices starting from £35.00 per session and package prices bringing this down to £25.00 a session, it really is an affordable solution for improving your health, overall appearance and to aid in maintaining a healthy lifestyle.
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