Studies:                                                                               Videos:

Whole Body Cryotherapy in Athletes Study.                       Dr Oz on YouTube

Inflammation Post Exercise                                                Denver Broncos on YouTube

Pain and Rheumatoid Conditions                                       Kelly and Michael on YouTube

Multiple Sclerosis

Clinical Relevance of WBCT

Aerobic and Anaerobic Capacity

Depression and Anxiety

Decrease Pain, Increase Immunity

Increase Recovery, Reduce Muscle Damage

Excerpts from studies:
Immediately after the 2.5 - 3 minute session, the majority of subjects experience marked improvements in pain and joint discomfort and notice measurable reductions in joint edema. Most also experience endorphin releases normally experienced only after intense exercise.

short-term cold air exposure was found to improve recovery from exercise-induced muscle injury and/or damage associated with intense physical training.

in sport disciplines with a predominance  of anaerobic metabolism it could be advisable to in­corporate whole body cryostimulation treatment in the training process

The use of cryotherapy, however, did induce a greater perturbation to blood immune markers (neutrophils and lymphocytes)
than either active or passive recovery, and increased the perception that the lower extremities felt better

At Desert Ridge Cryo, we strive to help you maintain a healthy balance in your life. Now you can have access to the same system that many athletes use for:

  • muscle recovery
  • stress reduction 
  • endorphin release

Phoenix Suns, Dallas Cowboys, Denver Nuggets, Houston Rockets, Memphis Grizzlies, Milwaukee Bucks, Minnesota Timberwolves, New York Knicks, San Antonio Spurs,
SG Performance Center at US Ski/Snowboard Association Center for Excellence,
Southern Methodist University, Texas Christian University Football
The Oregon Project at Nike, Toronto Raptors,University of North Carolina Football,

Studies and Videos

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