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Cryotherapy is the therapeutic use of cold. If you’ve ever used an ice-pack, you’ve done cryotherapy. At Seacoast Cryotherapy you can experience whole-body cryotherapy in our state-of-the-art cryochamber. Whole-body cryotherapy is the brief and intense exposure to cold, with the intention of triggering the body’s natural healing process. Whole-body cryotherapy machines were invented in Japan in the 1970s as a treatment for arthritis, quickly gained popularity, and are now widely used in many countries and across the US.

Everyone can benefit from whole-body cryotherapy

This short, but effective treatment reduces inflammation and releases endorphins that help alleviate pain, boost energy and metabolism, and increase the body’s natural healing abilities.

From the elite athlete in training, the weekend warrior wanting recovery, the post-op patient supplementing PT, to the person in chronic pain looking for an alternative form of relief. Come experience cryotherapy and see how it helps you.

Whole-body cryotherapy sessions at Seacoast Cryotherapy involve entering a cryochamber where you are exposed to breathable air that is chilled to an average temperature of -120°F. The cold significantly lowers the skin’s temperature in a quick, two to four- minute session, which activates the nervous system and causes the blood vessels to constrict, effectively shutting down the inflammation process. Blood is sent to the body’s core where it is re-oxygenated and enriched. The endocrine system also reacts and releases hormones to be carried by the bloodstream.

When you step out of the cryochamber, this freshly oxygenated blood flushes out to the rest of the body, carrying hormones back out to the entire body. This process provides for a rush of endorphins, promoting a feeling of well-being and positivity. Every body’s reaction is unique and the results impact everyone differently. Whole-body cryotherapy is not considered a medical procedure and research is still emerging about this type of cold therapy. While the benefits of cold therapy and cold thermogenesis are well-supported, we don’t know yet how whole-body cryotherapy compares or if it has the same long-term benefits, though the anecdotal evidence and initial studies are promising. Like most things in life, whole-body cryotherapy carries risks if done incorrectly, but may have many benefits when done correctly.


Rheumatoid arthritis
Osteoarthritis, osteoporosis
Recent or old soft-tissue injuries
Joint pain
Shin splints
Frozen shoulder
Muscle sprains or tears
Inflammation of tendons
Inflammation of the bursa (bursitis)
Epicondylitis (tennis elbow)
Carpal tunnel syndrome
Tarsal tunnel syndrome
Plantar fasciitis
Chronic pain syndromes
Headaches and some migraines
Ankylosing Spondylitis
Multiple sclerosis
Post-surgery inflammation
Muscle soreness, pain
Exercise-induced muscle fatigue
Sports injuries
Jet lag
Sleeplessness or sleep disorders
Back pain

“Whole-body cryotherapy has helped hundreds of thousands of people feel better faster and naturally. Cold-shock can stimulate the body into repair mode through enhanced circulation and the release of several key hormones and proteins. In years to come, the use of cryotherapy will be accepted as commonplace as the practice of exercise, yoga and good nutrition are for the body.”

Whole-body cryotherapy treatment process:



What to wear and how to prepare before entering the chamber.

Prior to chamber entry, we will give you necessary protective wear. We recommend minimal clothing, and you can wear whatever you’re comfortable in, as long as there’s no metal. You must be completely dry to prevent frostbite. We measure and record every treatment session with start and exit temperatures. A certified staff member will give you a full explanation of the process, and safety instructions to ensure an optimal experience.



What to do and what’s happening during treatment in the chamber.

The air in the chamber is dry, breathable oxygen-rich air. Due to the lack of moisture (humidity), it is not painful like an ice bath. You can breathe and move normally in the chamber. During the treatment, your skin temperature will decrease between 30-45 degrees over the +/-3 minutes inside the chamber. The chamber doors can’t lock, so if you feel uncomfortable, you can easily exit at any time.



How you’ll feel and what to do after you leave the chamber.

When you step out of the chamber, you may feel exhilarated or energized. Our staff will record your skin temperature and discuss results. You will immediately start to warm after exiting the chamber, with full range of motion in your muscles and joints, unlike water or ice treatments, where the joints remain stiff. We recommend you drink more water than usual for the next 24-48 hours.



Localized cryotherapy is used to reduce pain, inflammation, and swelling in targeted areas of acute or localized pain. As opposed to whole-body cryotherapy which stimulates cold receptors all over the body, localized treatment is comparable to “icing” which isolates a particular area in order to trigger an anti-inflammatory response.

A local area treatment generally takes about 10-20 minutes. The clinician will use a hand-held device to direct the sub-zero air stream to a specific area of your body to reduce inflammation and pain, and speed healing. The benefits outweigh those of traditional at home icing, as the cold penetrates deeper and could decrease recovery time.



Look your best with our collagen boosting, wrinkle and pore reducing, elasticity increasing, blemish fighting, and irritation calming facial. It’s fast and effective -you don’t even need to take your make-up off and you’ll see results right away! The clinician will use a hand-held device to direct the sub-zero air stream on your neck, face, and scalp to tighten and brighten. Cryofacial treatments can also be effective on clients with eczema, acne, psoriasis, rosacea, scarring, and other inflammatory skin issues.

Infrared Sauna


Infrared is the invisible light just outside the prism next to red light, thus the name “infra (below)” + “red.” Sunlight is 52-55% infrared. It’s all the good parts of the sun’s healing light.

Visible light and infrared are part of the electromagnetic spectrum, a continuum of light waves organized by how they interact with matter. The energy infrared delivers is just the right nudge cells need to stimulate warmth, growth, and release.


Because it’s on a spectrum, infrared has a range of waves in its own category. There are 3 types based on wave size, frequency, and the amount of energy they carry: near (NIR), mid (MIR) and far (FIR). Each infrared ray does something beautifully unique for our bodies, and nature


The most advanced infrared therapy available is SoloCarbonTM  3-in-1 infrared treatments.  Our sauna offers all three peak wavelengths for the maximum therapeutic results.


Our infrared sauna therapy heats the body directly rather than simply warming the air. It raises the core body temperature and produces a deep, detoxifying sweat at the cellular level, where most toxins reside. In addition, our infrared sauna aids in blood pressure reduction & weight loss, burning up to 600 calories in one session!


Detox – Your body can rid itself of toxins in a natural way with sweat! Infrared saunas eliminate a higher number of toxins per session than other saunas.

Relax and increase flexibility – The heat of the sauna relaxes and relieves your muscles of tension. You can stretch warm muscles more easily.

Weight loss – Studies have shown that a far infrared sauna therapy session can burn upwards of 600 calories while you relax! As the body works to cool itself, there is a substantial increase in heart rate, cardiac output and metabolic rate, causing the body to burn more calories.

Pain relief – Sore or pained body parts experience relief from inflammation.

Lower blood pressure – Infrared saunas induce a deep sweat to make the heart pump faster, which in turn increases blood flow, lowers blood pressure, and helps circulation. Only Sunlighten’s saunas are backed by clinical research that shows a reduction in systolic and diastolic blood pressure.

Improved circulation – Increased blood flow will better your circulation, which in turn stimulates blood flow, improves muscle recovery, etc.

Anti-aging – Near infrared provides the most effective wavelength for healing the epidermis and dermis layers of the skin, stimulating collagen production to reduce wrinkles and improve overall skin tone.

Wound healing – Near infrared therapy greatly enhances the skin’s healing process by promoting faster cell regeneration and human tissue growth.

Cell health – Near and mid infrared sauna therapy stimulates the circulatory system and more fully oxygenate the body’s cells. Better blood circulation means more toxins flow from the cellular level to the skin’s surface to improve cell health, aid in muscle recovery, and strengthen the immune system.

The sauna is in a private room. You can choose to go with or without clothes. Please sit or lie on a towel. We provide towels, water and a robe/wrap.



Dynamic compression therapy was developed to improve circulation throughout the body, speeding recovery by enhancing blood flow. Compression therapy also removes lactic acid and residual fluids as well as improving circulation. Compression therapy is standard practice for most performance level athletes for faster muscle recovery, injury prevention, faster injury recovery, and enhanced performance.

It also has benefits outside of athletic training. When you sit in one position too long (working, traveling, etc.), blood and lymphatic fluid can pool in your legs. You can use compression before and after sitting for long periods of time to keep fresh fluid in your legs. This can mitigate the negative effects of stagnant blood flow and edema, as well as help you feel fresh and alert. Dynamic compression therapy can also help with restless leg syndrome, sciatica and other lower back pain.


Compression treatments are not painful and work by wearing an attachment on the affected areas that inflate and pulse using compressed air. The process has been backed by extensive research.

Compression therapy can be used on:

  • Legs
  • Arms / Chest / Shoulders
  • Hips / Glutes / Lower Back


  • Improves blood flow
  • Enhances lymphatic function
  • Mitigates muscle fatigue and soreness
  • Reduces pain, soreness, and swelling
  • Increases flexibility and range of motion
  • Maximizes muscle performance
  • Removes metabolites
  • Facilitates glycogen
  • Eliminates stiffness
  • Reduces blood lactate