Cryotherapy could heat up your practice
Tech Talk Used by celebrities and athletes for generations, cryotherapy is gaining popularity as a post-workout necessity. What is cryotherapy? By definition, it involves single or repeated exposures to extremely cold dry air below minus 148 degrees F (-100 C) in a specialized chamber for two to four minutes per exposure. It was developed in Japan in 1978 as a treatment for arthritis, but more recently has been embraced by professional sports teams, celebrities, and the overall health-conscious market.