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This is how everybody feels about our announcement for our own version of Black Thursday...Thursday, December 5th, Get a package of 10 sessions for only $450 (savings of $220). Sessions never expire and can be used for any individual, family, or group. Only 20 packages available at that
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While suffering an injury can be painful, living with the aftermath can have an even bigger impact. Suddenly being unable to walk can be devastating for an athlete or someone else who makes his living on his feet, and the recovery process can be slow going. That’s why AlterG has developed the Anti-Gravity Treadmill® for anyone recovering from an injury. Read on to learn more.
What It Is
The AlterG Anti-Gravity Treadmill® is a special rehabilitation device that operates much like a traditional treadmill, but with a catch; it allows users to walk or run while supporting as little as 20% of their own body weight. As you can imagine, this is great for individuals whose legs are still too weak to support their entire weight. It’s also a great confidence booster during a long and arduous recovery process.
How It Works
The AlterG Anti-Gravity Treadmill® comes with an air-tight chamber for the user’s lower half. The treadmill’s differential air pressure technology, which was developed by NASA, can make the user feel as if his legs are only supporting 20% of his weight. The air pressure is easily controllable, allowing users to add weight in one-percent increments until their legs are strong enough to support their entire weight.
Who It Benefits
The AlterG Anti-Gravity Treadmill® has been known to provide strength training for injured athletes, seniors recovering from knee surgery, and individuals whose leg muscles have atrophied during a coma. Even military men and women have used the Anti-Gravity Treadmill® for injury rehabilitation and gait training with prosthetics. Virtually anyone with a serious leg injury can benefit from partial weight-bearing therapy with the AlterG Anti-Gravity Treadmill®.
CryoUSA is proud to get Dallas-area citizens walking again with the AlterG Anti-Gravity Treadmill®. Our other wellness services include cryotherapy and kinetic sports therapy, and are ideal for people with a wide range of injuries—from skin damage to joint pain. Call us at (888) 310-4691 or visit our website to learn more about our services.
Last updated 8 days ago
Work, family, and other obligations can take a toll on anyone’s health. If you’re feeling tired or stressed at the end of the day, you should consider Whole Body Cryotherapy.
This video offers a look into the lives of three people—a young athlete, a mother of two, and a 60-year-old cyclist. What do they have in common? They all use cryotherapy to help ease their joints, reduce their stress, and boost their energy. The session only takes about two and a half minutes, and the results are virtually instantaneous.
Anyone can benefit from regular cryotherapy sessions. If you’d like to give cryotherapy a try, call CryoUSA of Dallas at (888) 310-4691 to set up an appointment. We also offer NormaTec compression therapy, hyperbaric oxygen therapy and mobility massage therapy for anyone suffering from a sports injury.
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Welcome 2 new installs last week. Elite Whole Body Cryotherapy in Paramus, NJ (pictured) and Cryo Spa in Tulsa opens their 2nd location!
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If you think you’re sore after working out, you should imagine what professional athletes go through. These men and women train virtually every day so they can perform well in high-stakes competition. As you can imagine, this kind of hard work can take its toll on the body.
CryoUSA offers kinetic sports therapy, cryotherapy, and other recovery services for some of the most famous professional sports teams in the country. We’re happy to treat players from nine NBA teams, including the Dallas Mavericks, the Atlanta Hawks, and the San Antonio Spurs. We also treat the baseball players of the Texas Rangers and the hockey players of the New York Rangers. When college athletes from Texas Christian University and Southern Methodist University are feeling the burn, they come to us for rehabilitation. We even see members of the USA Track & Field and Triathlon teams.
Whether you’re an amateur athlete or simply someone who wants to feel better, call CryoUSA at (888) 310-4691. We provide cryotherapy, kinetic sports therapy, and other wellness services for people from Dallas and across the country.