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Cryotherapy

Photos of Athletic Cryo customers receiving cryotherapy treatment

You're about to have an amazing experience. If you have pain in your muscles or joints, soreness from working out or need to increase your recovery time after a surgical procedure or an injury, cryotherapy is your answer.

You've heard of ice baths, ice packs, and cold therapy gels. When you read information about healing from injuries, you'll probably come across something about using cold on the affected area. Cold helps reduce swelling in injured body parts.

What Does The Cold Do?

We're going to spare you the scientific mumbo-jumbo and tell it to you in a way you'll understand...

When you enter our cryosauna, nitrogen is used to freeze the air in the chamber down to between negative 190 and 256 degrees, Fahrenheit. 

During the three minutes, you are in the chamber, your body's blood migrates to your primary organs, otherwise known as your core. It does this because it needs to keep these organs warm for life-saving purposes.

When you exit the chamber, your blood begins rushing to all areas of the body it had just left. It floods those areas with oxygen and nutrient-rich blood and endorphins, which your injured, repaired, or damaged organs love. You essentially flood the areas that are bothering you, sore, or hurt, with pain relieving blood.

Ready To Try It?

If you've never done cryotherapy, come into Athletic Cryo in Glendora and take advantage of our new-client special of $35. 

Whether you're recovering from shoulder, knee, back or neck surgery, a soccer, football, baseball, or swimming athlete, or you're pushing the weight hard in the gym, at CrossFit, or Bootcamp, cryotherapy will make you feel great.

Sports Massage

A client receives a sports massage at Athletic Cryo

Sports Massage is a type of deep tissue muscle manipulation. The goal of a sports massage is to break down scar tissue, lengthen the muscles, and promote blood flow.

Benefits of sports massage include improved flexibility, reduced risk of injury, a means to enhance pre-event preparation and reduce recovery time for maximum performance, during training or after an event, and boost the circulatory system.

Massage, in general, is considered part of complementary and alternative medicine. Studies of the benefits of massage demonstrate that it is an effective treatment for reducing stress, pain, and muscle tension. Massage can be helpful for anxiety, fibromyalgia, headaches, insomnia related to stress, myofascial pain syndrome, soft tissue strains or injuries, sports injuries, temporomandibular joint pain, and so much more!

One of our customers recently told us:

“I broke my wrist in January and six months later traditional Physical Therapy was yielding minimal results. I was really scared that I would never have full use of my right hand and wrist again. I decided to take my healing into my own hands and found Definition Sports Massage on Yelp. BEST decision ever. I made more progress after only three sessions with Andrew than three months of PT. He is professional, compassionate and extremely knowledgeable. The deep tissue massage breaks up scar tissue and allowed me to regain so much more flexibility in my wrist. Andrew was awesome. It was hard work for both of us, but I can honestly say that Andrew was not only my therapist, but my coach and friend. I'm almost back 100% and I truly owe that to the work he did. Thank you!!!”

Book Your Massage Today

Our massage service is performed by Definition Sports Massage on Wednesdays, between 2pm and 7pm.