Anthony Gabriel said it’s like the Fountain of Youth.
He and his partner, Brandon Delgado, celebrated the grand opening Saturday of Sub-Zero Cryotherapy & Recovery at 406 Route 57 in Ropaccon Township, a new cryotherapy operation outside Phillipsburg.
“It helps keep the body youthful,” Delgado explained the cold remedy after Mayor James Mengucci used oversized scissors to cut the ribbon outside the front door.
Gabriel of Pohatcong Township and Delgado of Stewartsville, Greenwich Township, both graduates of Phillipsburg High School in 2010 and 2013 respectively, have started a new business from Cryobuilt, an on-site equipment manufacturer in Sacramento, California. received training. , according to Delgado.
This business is open to walk-ins, rates and additional information are available through our social media accounts. Delgado recommends that anyone with heart disease consult a doctor before undergoing cryotherapy, but no prescription or referral is required.
At the heart of the business’ service is the Cryobuilt Everest Cryo Chamber, which completely encloses the customer and provides cryogenic temperatures of 156 degrees below 0 degrees Fahrenheit.
Extreme cold causes the body’s blood vessels to constrict, forcing them through the cardiovascular system and into the core to be filtered. Phase 2 of treatment continues once the user is outside and the filtered blood returns to the extremities. increase. Phase 3 occurs over the next 48-72 hours once inflammation is reduced, with potential benefits such as reduced pain, increased energy, increased range of motion, improved recovery from strenuous activity and improved sleep. We will provide
“It also helps clear your mind. So if you have anxiety or depression or some kind of mood problem or imbalance, this can help — I wouldn’t call it a long-term fix. No — but it helps that of the day,’ said Gabriel. “Endorphins are increased and dopamine is released.”
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The business also offers infrared saunas that allow the body to warm up before entering the cryochamber, providing more dramatic temperature changes that can enhance benefits, the owner said.
Sub-Zero hopes its service will be used not only by athletes, but also by the elderly and those facing an emerging list of ailments, from asthma to chronic pain.
“This is a very new kind of therapy,” Delgado said. “Cryotherapy has been around for a long time, but cryochambers are fairly new compared to ice baths.”
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