Whole Body Cryotherapy

* We have an Electric Chamber onsite & do NOT use Liquid Nitrogen inside our facility!

Whole Body Cryotherapy

Red Light Therapy

Localized Cryo/

Cryo Slimming & Frotox

Infrared Sauna

Cocoon Fitness Pod

Compression Therapy


What Is Whole Body Cryotherapy? Sometimes known as WBC, a Whole Body Cryotherapy session uses very low temperatures to stimulate a natural response. This treatment cools down the whole surface of the skin. This stimulates the body’s natural defensive reactions and reflexes. As a result, blood can begin to circulate more effectively while the central nervous system and immune system receive a boost. 

The Cryo Chamber – An Overview

Our state of the art cryotherapy chamber, is Electric. Inside our chamber is cold, oxygenated air. The chamber is around -130 degrees all day long.  An electric chamber does not have to be as cold as a liquid nitrogen chamber due to the fact that when you step into it, your entire body is introduced to the negative temperatures at the same time. Which can quickly trigger the vasoconstriction.  Usually, the individual remains in the chamber for intervals of two to four minutes. Each session is custom designed for timing. 

Attire: Men must wear boxers or shorts. Women can wear bra & underwear, shorts/ tank top. We require and provide Shoes, Socks, Earmuffs/Hats and Gloves. (Masks are optional.) 

Why Should I Have Whole Body Cryotherapy?

Whole Body Cryotherapy is now being used more frequently by elite sportsmen and women around the globe. It can assist in recovery post-training and it can also treat injuries. Many people are finding relief by having this treatment. Here at Fishers Cryotherapy, we are experts in the cryotherapy field. We are here to help improve your quality of life. Contact us today to find out more about how Whole Body Cryotherapy can help you.

How Does Whole Body Cryotherapy Help?

Whole Body Cryotherapy improves the circulation of the blood through the body. This, in turn, improves the delivery of nutrients and oxygen to the body’s tissues. It also improves the natural ability of the body to get rid of toxins.

The fundamental change that takes place inside the body because of WBC is a reduction in tissue temperature. This causes the core body temperature to reduce, which, in turn, causes sensory shock. Sensory shock activates the unconscious (or autonomic) nervous system. Norepinephrine levels rise, blood pressure increases, and heart rate begins to vary.
When a person has his or her body cooled down to such extreme temperatures, the blood vessels become constricted. This reduces the blood flow to any inflamed areas. Once the individual leaves the cryo chamber, his or her blood vessels expand. This increases the number of anti-inflammatory proteins in his or her blood.

There is increasing amounts of evidence to show that WBC offers a host of benefits. It has helped in the management of chronic pain. It can also boost energy, aid sleep, and improve mental well-being.