Cryotherapy in Westchester and the Surrounding Area

Cryotherapy in Westchester

Cryotherapy in Westchester

Cryotherapy is all the rage in health and wellness. Touted for its benefits to boost mood, increase energy, and improve sleep quality, cryotherapy chambers are popping up all over Westchester. Not just for adults, they can also help teen athletes with injuries. This extreme cold (sometimes up to -275) can relieve sprains, swelling, and pain. Additionally, overtime it is believed that it can aid with targeted healing, and overall well-being. Read on as we uncover some of the hottest (umm…coldest) places to experience the chill.

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Restore Hyper Wellness (Mount Kisco and Eastchester)

This wellness facility offers whole body cryotherapy, which exposes the body to sub-zero temperatures. This can last up to three minutes as the body is exposed to freezing temps. By doing this, the body goes into a fight or flight response. Thus, the body increases its oxygen levels and blood vessels are constricted. This redirects the blood flow and protects the organs. During this process, the body increases its oxygen levels and proteins decrease swelling. After a three-minute cryotherapy session, the oxygen-rich blood moves through the body. For first-timers, they offer a 2.5 minute experience. This then goes up to three minutes. They recommend that participants come in consistently to reap its benefits.

Additionally, they offer a range of science-backed therapies. This includes red light therapy, sauna, IV drip, compression, and much more. 195 North Bedford Rd Suite 8, Mount Kisco, NY 10549 and 777 White Plains Rd Suite 10, Eastchester, NY 10583.

Dynamic Cryo Spa (Yorktown Heights)

This cryotherapy facility offers whole body cryotherapy using cold temperatures to aid in healing. The chambers at Dynamic Cryo Spa use liquid nitrogen vapor, which cools the chamber to -275 degrees. Guests typically stay in the chamber between two-three minutes. During the process, the skin reacts to the temps. This is believed to then oxygenate the blood. Thus, removing toxins and lactic acid. The body reacts by dilating the blood vessels and increasing blood flow.

Additionally, they offer targeted cryotherapy on a specific areas. This targeted cold therapy may help reduce pain and inflammation. Incredibly, they offer targeted facial cryotherapy. This works to target hormonal acne, reduce inflammation, and stimulate the production of collagen.

For additional cold therapies, they offer a cold plunge. During this process, you submerge your body in freezing cold water, which is believed to help boost energy. 1806 Front St, Yorktown Heights, NY 10598.

Elevate (Mamaroneck)

Elevate Westchester doesn’t offer cryotherapy; however, they do have cryoskin body contouring. During these targeted treatments, the cryoskin wand cools the skin as it works to improve the skin and target fat. Typically, these sessions happen once every two weeks. 951 East Boston Post Road, Mamaroneck, NY 10543.

Salt + Sweat (Rye Brook and Darien)

Salt + Sweat offers a range of wellness services, including cryoskin. This is believed, overtime, to target cellulite, improve fine lines, and wrinkles. Cryoskin can be targeted on both the body and the face. 14 C Rye Ridge Plaza, Rye Brook, NY 10573 and 144 Heights Rd, Darien, CT 06820

Cryotherapy in Connecticut

HealthX (Ridgefield)

This facility offers a whole body cryotherapy chamber. Overtime, this may reduce inflammation, alleviate pain, and boost your mood. Sessions start at $50 for five minutes in the chamber. Additionally, they offer private infrared saunas, a guided ice bath, contrast therapy, and more. 415 Main St, Ridgefield, CT 06877

Cold Play Cryotherapy (Greenwich)

This facility offers three-minute sessions that will chill your body from the neck down. Following the treatment, you may feel pain relief, reduced inflammation, energized, and restored. Following the. treatment, you can relax in one of their massage chairs. Additionally, they offer targeted cryotherapy. During this process a wand is placed over specific areas, targeting the skin, pain, and the joints.

As with any new modality, reach out to your doctor to learn more and determine if this is right you.