Whole Body Cryotherapy Prospect CT

Stimulate your body's natural healing abilities and restore total body wellness

What is Whole Body Cryotherapy ?

Whole Body Cryotherapy (WBC), or “cold therapy,” involves using extremely cold dry air (typically between -166°F and -220°F) for around three minutes to target the circulatory system, the energy meridians, and the nervous system. The nitrogen used to reduce the temperature of the cryosauna also makes up 78% of the air we breathe. It’s also fresh, dry air, so you won’t experience shivering or goosebumps usually associated with the cold. 


The cold raises your body’s internal temperature for a short time and may stimulate your immune system, which can help decrease the severity of future common colds. WBC may also ease pain and inflammation from sports injuries, fibromyalgia, rheumatoid arthritis, multiple sclerosis, and skin conditions including psoriasis and dermatitis. When receiving each session of WBC, your body releases endorphins, and you may notice a lift in your mood and energy. 


Whole Body Cryotherapy stimulates the body’s natural healing abilities, making it an integral part of The Performance Lab’s custom treatment plan to restore total wellness.

Cryotherapy at The Performance Lab

At The Performance Lab, our team is passionate about curating a custom treatment approach that works for you. Whether you are an athlete, are experiencing pain, or just want to feel rejuvenated, WRC can benefit everyone. It’s much more effective and comfortable than jumping into an ice bath. 


To ensure your comfort at all times, our cryosauna is closed with a magnet and never locked, allowing patients to enter and exit whenever they choose. 


Depending on the condition being treated, we initially recommend 5-10 treatments scheduled close together, separated by about 1 or 2 days to maximize results. After that, you can space treatments out for maintenance (once every 1 or 2 weeks).


Increased range of motion in muscles and joints

Rejuvenated body, skin and mind

Improved circulatory response

Reduced or eliminated stagnant blood within muscle tissue

Increased blood and lymphatic flow