Austin Cryotherapy News
Welcome to the Cryo Body Works Cryotherapy Blog of Austin Texas. We offer leading cryotherapy information and success stories that will help you understand the benefits of cryotherapy and our programs. So you want to be a better and healthier human? You want to live longer and happier? Perhaps you are suffering from pain, have an injury, or are looking for top athletic performance. When it comes to cryotherapy in Austin Texas we can help show you how powerful our recovery treatments are in a way that you will not find anywhere else. We are trusted and recommended by doctors, chiropractors, physical therapists, olympic and professional athletes and much more. In this blog you will see first hand how Cryo Body Works by utilizing cryotherapy and other treatments are changing the way we live and stay healthy. We are excited to bring you the latest research for Cryotherapy and other advanced treatments. Cryo Body Works can also be found at www.cryotherapyaustin.com and www.austincryotherapy.com. Visit us on Yahoo maps here. Here is a secret offer for new customers by visiting here or you can also find first time offers here. If you know anyone interested in buying cryotherapy as a gift be sure to go here.
January 17th 2020
Cryotherapy took a long time to become this cool, though. In the 1970s, the technology was developed in Japan as a treatment for rheumatoid arthritis and fibromyalgia. By the late 1990s, physical therapists in Poland and the U.K. began using it for rehab, and by 2010, Nike coach Alberto Salazar adopted whole-body cryo as a recovery aid for his pro athletes. With their heavy and expensive equipment, cryo seemed like a performance edge available only to the kind of athletes that train under coaches like Salazar. This led the average athlete -- and then the average wellness consumer -- to want what the pros had. So when the therapy was made available to the masses, people jumped. Across the U.S. today, you’ll find more than 700 cryo facilities battling to freeze the most customers and grab the biggest share of the $4.5 trillion wellness market.
January 13th 2020
CRYO THERAPY MARKET TRENDS
Cryotherapy continues to grow in market size globally while accumulating valuable data.
A new report titled Global Cryotherapy Market Growth 2019-2024 released by Fior Markets evaluates the market, highlights opportunities, risk analysis and offers strategic and tactical decision-making support. According to the report, the global Cryotherapy market can play an important role in making progressive impacts on the global economy. The report gives an idea to clients about the market drivers and restraints with the help of SWOT analysis. The report provides details about industry overview, industry chain, market size, gross margin, major manufacturers, development trends and forecast from 2019 to 2024. The report also provides the CAGR projections for the historic year 2014 to 2018, the base year 2019 and the forecast period of 2019-2024.
Furthermore, the report covers information on the trade overview, policy, regional market, product development, sales, regional trade, market features, investment opportunity, investment calculation, and business operation data. It contains historical and forecasts global Cryotherapy market data along with price trends, and company shares of the leading market players by geography. Key factors projected to affect the growth of the market includes authorized regulations with respect to the usage of the information, availability of highly reliable products in the market.
August 8th 2019
KXAN VISITS CRYO BODY WORKS
AUSTIN (KXAN) — Welcome to the future, where instead of just an ice bath, you can choose a nitrogen-fueled cryo chamber.
“It’s essentially kind of like an advanced ice bath,” Caulen Lauria, owner of Cryo Body Works, said. “We’re dealing with cold exposure to stimulate nutrient-rich, anti-inflammatory-rich blood flow for a variety of different benefits.”
At Cryo Body Works in North Austin, treatment lasts for a maximum of three minutes in a chamber set to -220 degrees Fahrenheit.
[It] has to be that cold to get proper effects,” Lauria said. “That’s all your skin can allowably tolerate.”
Speaking from experience, three minutes is plenty of time.
“There’s a systemic release of anti-inflammatory cytokines and proteins that takes place from your body’s exposure to this temperature change,” Lauria said.
Cryotherapy has become a go-to for high-level athletes wanting to recover, including at Texas, where Tom Herman is always emphasizing his team takes care of its bodies.
“It’s part of the ingrained culture of who we are,” Herman said. “We take that very seriously. It’s what we call being a pro. These guys, guys in the NFL, they spend a lot of time and money on their bodies because that’s their living.”
Raiders receiver Antonio Brown was trying to do just that, but reports say he entered a cryo chamber without proper footwear.
“We can understand that these athletes have a desire to heal quickly and they’re kind of willing to go to any extreme to make that possible,” Lauria said. “There’s a reason why we have these protocols set up. I can see why that happens, but it’s certainly outside the guidelines of what’s required.”
A sub-zero mistake that Brown won’t make twice.
October 24th 2019
YAHOO LIFESTYLE ON CRYOTHERAPY
Think of cryotherapy as the more extreme version of an ice bath. It’s not a cure, but may help you manage and reduce pain. So, that begs the question: How often should someone go into a cryotherapy machine? McLaughlin made it clear that one-time usage wasn’t going to have a long-lasting effect:
Depending upon the condition being treated, it should initially take five to ten treatments in close succession, such as every other day, for the first two weeks. After this initial loading period, maintenance treatments should be at least once per week.
Initially, that sounds like a major commitment. It does make sense though. I use my ice pack multiple times a week and it’s the same theory. It would be nice if this could be a one-and-done thing, but managing pain is never straightforward.
August 6th 2019
Global Cryotherapy Market Growth READ HERE
"The cryotherapy market is projected to reach USD 318.8 million by 2024 from USD 206.3 million in 2019, at a CAGR 9.1%.
The rising incidence of sports injuries, cardiac conditions, and cancers are driving the growth of the market. Increasing demand for minimally invasive procedures, technological advancements in cryotherapy equipment, and the growing popularity in the beauty, wellness, and fitness industries are also supporting the growth of this market. However, the limited access to cryotherapy and lack of awareness about its benefits may restrain the market to a certain extent during the forecast period."
June 19th 2019
Ultrasonic Cavitation READ HERE
"Quite a popular thing nowadays is the Ultrasonic Cavitation machine – and for those of you who don’t know it is a device that uses ultrasound to invade the fatty cells and finally change the structure of the same. The explanation should be simple – the ultrasound creates bubbles around the fatty cell membrane that eventually explodes and release the free fatty acids that are then ejected out of the body by urinary or lymphatic system. And though it sounds too good to be true, there still might be some truth to it – so that is why we decided to go ahead and check it out..”
June 11th 2019
Light Therapy for Psoriasis READ HERE
"When these bulbs are turned on for the right length of time, they can cause big improvements in symptoms. This is because light therapy for psoriasis “down regulates the immunological response in the skin,”
April 18th 2019
Zack Efron uses cryotherapy to heal from injury READ HERE
"Cryotherapy is used as a way of easing muscle pain, which is likely the reason for Efron’s visit; he underwent surgery earlier this year to repair a ligament in his knee which he injured while skiing."
March 4th 2019
How cryotherapy can help you lose fat and look younger READ HERE
"Spring is on its way. The stores are filled with swimsuits and summer clothes, which means it’s time to get your body into shape! There is a new type of therapy that promises to help you create that summer beach body called “cryotherapy.” Developed in Japan in the 1970s, cryotherapy is the use of extremely low temperatures to treat a variety of ailments, including rejuvenating skin and reducing body fat."
Jan 30th 2019
Forbes delivers publicity for cryotherapy and it's benefits. Read here.
"Looking like something fresh out of an '80s sci-fi flick, cryotherapy is the latest craze to hit the mainstream. Used by athletes and celebrities looking for their next holistic fix, the high tech treatment is said to be more than just a gimmick. According to its regular users, freezing yourself for several minutes can aid muscle regeneration, boost your immune system and rejuvenate your skin."
Jan 3rd 2019
Today brings more attention to Cryotherapy! Read it here.
"Months ago Mark Wahlberg stunned us with details about his intense schedule. While waking up at 2:30 a.m. sounds just wrong there’s something else in his daily routine that looks as unusual: “cryo chamber recovery.”
Wahlberg, athletes, like Steph Curry and Lebron James, and “Real Housewives of Beverly Hills” star Lisa Vanderpump have all tried cryotherapy. They believe that standing in a chamber that delivers sub-zero blasts of air for two to five minutes reduces inflammation and halts aging."
Dec 4th 2018
Yahoo News releases a new article on Cryotherapy. Read it here.
"More accurately, this is called “whole-body cryotherapy” (WBC), and it’s probably what all these fancy pants gyms and sports centers are referring to when they’re trying to tell you that not only is cryotherapy good enough for Tom Brady, it’s necessary for you after you Zumba."
TMZ shows off celebrities using Cryotherapy. See it here.
"The Winter weather is here and these frosty photos are proof that celebrities are too cool to care! Scroll through our gallery of celebrities trying cryotherapy to see who's already em-brrr-acing some crisp climate! "
Nov 27th 2018
The Sun has just published a new article on Cryotherapy. Read it here.
"Bouchard is willing to go to extreme lengths to ensure that her body is ready for her return to the court. She bravely plunged into a cryotherapy chamber on Wednesday, which uses sub-zero temperatures to treat diseased or dead tissue."
Aug 17th 2018
US Weekly Cryotherapy Article
"Here's how mere mortals can benefit from cryotherapy like Jessica Biel"
"The body is also more likely to tap into fat storage for energy over glucose (aka sugar) when it has a higher metabolic rate, even at rest, which attributes to weight loss. In addition, the treatment is also able to accelerate muscle recovery and lesson soreness and chronic pain by diminishing inflammation..."
Check out the article here.
July 14th 2018
MSW Lounge Blog
"A Balanced Life with Caulen Lauria"
And how does one begin a journey of alternative health?
Caulen Lauria is the owner of Cryo Body Works in north Austin, Texas. They offer a host of wellness therapies, including the cryotherapy that the company is named for.
Check out the article and Podcast here.
July 2nd 2018
"I Hacked My Body So You Don't Have To"
Check out the article on Popular Mechanics about Cryotherapy here.
"With proven medical treatments for aging, brain disease, unrefreshing sleep, and low productivity years, or even decades, away, some people consider self-experimentation to be the fastest route to a healthier, happier, longer life. They call it biohacking. But does it work?
For two months, I hacked myself to find out. My goal was to separate the science from the BS. But if I ended up stronger, smarter, faster, healthier, calmer, more creative, and more productive, that would be okay, too. Cryotherapy"
What is it? Cooling the body with nitrogen
What is it supposed to do? Reduce inflammation
How much does it cost? $90 per session
What does it feel like? Standing on your porch in a blizzard
June 20th 2018
"Cryotherapy Might Be the Best Way to Recover from Joint Pain"
Check out the article on GQ about Cryotherapy here.
The other day while eavesdropping on a training session at the gym, I heard a statuesque trainer tell his client he recently started cryotherapy to help with his recovery. Since I was between sets—checking all of my social media pages and taking selfies—I took the time to Google this procedure. My knees had been bugging me recently, and I was desperate for any kind of relief.
The images that filled my screen showed people with their heads sticking out of machines resembling tanning beds except standing up and surrounded by fog. I came across testimonials from pro athletes like LeBron James and rave reviews from people with sculpted bodies who probably have never tasted Taco Bell’s nacho fries.
It turns out that one of the hottest fitness trends is making your body think you’re dying. That's how cold it gets in those chambers. Allegedly it's good for you.
In a nutshell, cryotherapy is a procedure that involves standing upright in a cryochamber with temperatures ranging from -184 F to -256 F. The extreme cold stimulates the skin’s temperate receptors to activate the nervous, immune, and endocrine systems. Basically, all the participating systems in your fight or flight response activate like Captain Planet characters. Any pain or inflammation is reduced. Your mood ring turns from a filthy brown to a sunny orange. And all of that happens in less than 3 minutes. Any longer and, well, you saw Titanic, right?
I needed to see if it was worth the hype Apparently one of the Real Housewives went there, and it’s a block from my apartment, so why not.
After being greeted by a friendly technician, hearing about their pro hockey player clients, and getting all of my safety questions answered—it’s very safe unless you’re pregnant, have unmanaged hypertension, deep vein thrombosis, acute or recent myocardial infarction, uncontrolled seizures, fever, Raynaud’s syndrome, cold allergy, acute kidney and urinary tract diseases, open wounds or ulcers, under the influence of drugs or alcohol, or are being treated for cancer—I began my first of three treatments.
I stripped down to my boxer briefs, wiped away any moisture on my body to avoid frostbite, and put on the tube socks, mittens, earmuffs, face mask, and Ugg-like boots the center provided. Then I stepped into the cryochamber. It was kind of like walking into a very bright walk-in freezer…initially. For my first go-round, the technician took it easy on me and set the temperature to -215 F. And for three minutes he made small talk with me to take my mind of my body shaking uncontrollably. You know when Andre 3000 chants, “What’s cooler than being cool? Ice cold!” He should really update that last line to “Doing cryotherapy!”
I could feel my legs quaking, my stomach tightening, and my teeth chattering by the 2-minute mark. At the 3-minute mark, I was like “Alright, alright, alright, alright, alright.”
As my body started to thaw, I felt alert, and alive, and aware. It was as if someone gave me an injection of sunshine, or maybe just a really good night's sleep. Apart from all these sensations, I was most interested in how my knees felt. I do a lot of spin classes and my knees have been sore and tight lately. I did a few squats as got dressed in the changing room to test them out, and my pins felt limber and pain-free. According to Kryo X’s website, after you exit the chamber, filtered blood flows back to the peripheral tissues. Now, cleaner and enriched with oxygen, nutrients and enzymes, the blood warms and enriches skin and muscles, and range of motion increases. As I walked home, there was so much pep in my step. I leaped over a puddle in the street and it was like bounding over all of the negative drama in the office where I work. That evening, I even held the elevator open for a stranger.
I didn’t recognize myself.
I went back two more times that week. Each time, the technician Peter made the temperature colder until we got down to -220 degrees Fahrenheit. Now a pro, I earned the privilege to benefit from the built-in speakers inside the chamber during my treatment. My trembling turned into twerking as Christina Aguilera and Beyoncé blared in the chamber while I was being blasted with cold air.
After each session, I found myself in a sunny mood (or with a “runner’s high”) and I felt my workouts improved—I cycled faster, lifted heavier, and focused on never checking Instagram even once during my workouts.
April 11th 2018
Infrared Laser Therapy Austin.
Beyond acute and serious musculoskeletal injuries, try our Laser Therapy Facials for incredible cellular regeneration. Boost collagen and your skin's natural glow!
April 6th 2018
ATX Eats and Treats Wellness Blog visits us and tries our cryotherapy.
March 21st 2018
This throwback to the ALS Ice Bucket Challenge is worth a look! Accomplished this time with our cryotherapy at Cryo Body Works Cryotherapy Austin.
March 15th 2018
Cryo Body Works Cryotherapy will be hosting a live event here in Austin with Keller Williams Realty. We'll be showcasing our facility via Facebook live and Youtube. Learn more here. Watch the video below!
More event information can also be found here.
November 6th 2017
Cryotherapy Research and Clinical Studies
Cryo Body Works Cryotherapy of Austin TX is proud to announce a study that has taken place confirming our own findings for cryotherapy's affects as an effective treatment for anxiety and depression.
Below you will find the link to the study.
Psychology Today also has a testomony below
Call us at 512-522-0221 or visit us at http://www.cryobodyworks.com for a free consultation.
September 13th 2017
How important is your health? There's a reason Austin Regional Clinic and many other doctors recommend Cryo Body Works Cryotherapy and more. Come experience the best recovery technology on earth with cryotherapy, hyperbaric oxygen therapy, infrared laser therapy, infrared hot sauna, electromagnetic field therapy, vitamin injections, compression therapy, and more! 512-522-0221 located at 3501 Hyridge Dr Austin TX 78759. We recommend speaking with your healthcare professional about how cryotherapy can benefit you.
August 22nd 2017
Cryo Body Works Cryotherapy Free Seminar Tonight!
Cryo Body Works Cryotherapy is hosting a free seminar tonight August 22nd at 7:30 at 3501 Hyridge Drive Austin TX for an introduction to Craniosacral Therapy with our dear friend and Cranio Master Christian Current. RSVP 512-522-0221. Christain is a gifted therapist with extreme knowledge of the human body and its organs and energy systems. We've witnessed life changing effects from his treatments.
Common treatments for anxiety and Emotional Disorders
PTSD – post-traumatic stress disorder
TMJ, TMD – Temporo-mandibular Joint Dysfunction
Lower Back Pain
August 10th 2017
Cryotherapy Reviewed by Abs over 40
Abs over 40 seek healthier ways to age and decide to give Cryo Body Works Cryotherapy a try.
July 31th 2017
Cryotherapy Austin in the News
KXAN NBC Studio 512 Experiences Cryo Body Works Cryotherapy here in Austin.
Original Air date Fall of 2014!
January 27th 2017
Are you ready to experience the benefits of cryotherapy? Since opening in 2014 Cryo Body Works has completed over 30,000 cryotherapy sessions in Austin. While jumping into cold temperatures is a very old practice we are revolutionizing how we use it as a modern society. We’re grateful to have a much more tolerable and convenient way to achieve similar benefits to what you’ll find in a polar bear club swim in freezing water. Now, with just three minutes of your life exposing your almost naked body to a freezing -240 degrees Fahrenheit vapor to stimulate accelerated pain relieving recovery is merely the tip of the iceberg of what you’ll experience. It’s more than just a bodily sensation, it’s a full fledged mental physical and some might say an emotional experience that can help steer you towards faster healing, a massive decrease in inflammation throughout your body, decreasing pain, and increasing range of motion. Here at Cryo Body Works Cryotherapy of Austin we will guide you throughout the session to safely reach all the potential benefits for athletes and everyday people.
July 16th 2016
CultureMap experiences Cryo Body Works Cryotherapy here in Austin.