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What is CryoCure?


CryoCure is a non-invasive, fast & effective localized hyper-cooling treatment.


Benefits of CryoCure include:

  • Reducing blood flow to an injured area, which reduces swelling and pain

  • Acting as an analgesic (numbing agent)

  • Reducing muscle spasms

  • Reducing tissue metabolism


Our CryoCure technology utilizes a small handheld device that can be maneuvered to comfortably fit contours of even the smallest area of injury.

What Areas Can I Treat With Cryocure?


Common treatment areas & ailments include:

  • Lower and Upper Back

  • Neck, for neck pain OR Migraine treatment

  • Shoulders

  • Knees

  • Hips

  • Ankles

  • Triceps or Biceps

  • Areas with Pinched Nerves

  • Arthritis

How Often Should I Schedule Cryocure Treatments?

You will achieve benefits from just one session of CryoCure therapy, however it is most effective when used regularly.  Clients likely schedule their treatments daily or 2-3 times a week at the beginning of their treatment journey, then reduce the number of treatments to a bi-weekly or monthly basis (variant on pain level) to maintain therapeutic effects.

Am I a Good Candidate for Cryocure?

If you have any conditions you want to treat with CryoCure, make sure you discuss them with the technician administering your treatment. It is always a good idea to consult your doctor before using any type of therapy & in some cases, we may require it.

Those with diabetes or any conditions that affect their nerves should not use CryoCure. They may be unable to fully feel its effect, which could lead to further nerve damage.

You should not use cold therapy on stiff muscles or joints.


Cold therapy should not be used if you have poor circulation.

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