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InBody 570 Body Composition Analyzer
Whole Body Cryotherapy
Spot or Local Cryotherapy
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1. What do I need to wear?
You don't need to wear anything specifically; we will give you everything you need. You will undress in a private dressing room leaving only socks and underwear on. We will provide you with gloves, shoes, and a robe to wear. Once inside the cryotherapy machine, you will remove your robe. Only your face will be exposed; the rest of your body will be concealed. No jewelry is allowed, except for metals inside the body like medical metal plates.
2. Is it painful?
Although it may sound very cold, it's not painful. In fact, it's a very tolerable experience since it's a completely dry treatment. You will not feel the cold pain as if you were in an ice bath. For safety, a trained technician will remain with you during the entire session.
3. How long will my first visit last?
You can expect your first visit to last around 12-15 minutes. Every visit thereafter will be around 5 minutes. Actual cryotherapy session can be anywhere from 1-3 minutes.
4. Do I have to do anything specifically after my session?
There is nothing specific that you should do or avoid. At the conclusion of your session your muscles will warm immediately after blood rushes back to your peripheral tissues. You can go on about your normal day.
5. How often should I do sessions?
It largely depends on your ailments, your fitness goals, and lifestyle. You should undergo cryotherapy on an as-needed basis. For performance-enhancing, you may want to undergo whole body cryotherapy in between 2 closely separated intense workouts. For recurring pains, as single session will bring you relief. For users interested in metabolism boosts, we recommend 2-3 sessions per week. For clients seeking the skin benefits, it will vary from client to client.
*These statements have not been evaluated by the FDA. These products are not intended to diagnose, treat, or prevent any disease. You should always consult a physician before starting a new diet, exercise, or other health routine.
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