CryoTherapy of NEPA has Ribbon Cutting to Celebrate Grand Opening
[Daleville, Pennsylvania] – The University of Scranton Small Business Development Center is proud to announce another new business to Lackawanna County. CryoTherapy of NEPA held a Ribbon Cutting and Grand Opening in celebration of its newly established small business on Saturday, April 2, 2016.
“After months of hard work and long hours, we are happy to finally be able to introduce cryotherapy to Northeast Pennsylvania,” said owner, Michael Malec. “The ribbon cutting marked the end of the planning process but a beginning for our new business.”
Whole Body Cryotherapy is a hyper-cooling process that lowers a person’s skin temperature to approximately 30 degrees Fahrenheit for a period of up to three minutes, achieved by exposing the body to extreme temperatures that exceed -240 degrees Fahrenheit. The short intense cold causes the body to think that it’s going to freeze, and it goes into survival mode. All the blood then rushes to the core to protect the vital organs. While the blood is in a shortened cycle, it picks up a ton of oxygen, nutrients, and enzymes. As soon as the session is over, the constricted blood vessels dilate immediately, bringing that fresh oxygen and nutrient-rich blood back to the extremities.
Cryotherapy benefits: Reduction in Inflammation, Faster Recovery, Decrease muscle soreness, Increase metabolic rate, Better sleep, Improve mood, Decrease fatigue, Increased performance, Greater energy, Tighter & Healthier Skin, Cellulite Reduction, Increase Blood Circulation, Boost Immune System, Arthritis, Fibromyalgia, Tendonitis, Back and Joint Pain.
CryoTherapy of NEPA is located at 921 Drinker Turnpike in Covington Township. For more information, call Michael Malec at (570) 843-6422.