“The First Whole Body Cryotherapy Recovery and Rejuvenation Lab in Washington, D.C.”

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Ed. Note: I orignially thought this was gonna be like a Ted Williams style cryo…

District Cryo’s website says:

“DistrictCryo is the first and only Whole Body Cryotherapy (WBC) recovery lab in Washington, D.C.

DISTRICTCRYO is an exciting new concept in health and wellness. Our recovery and rejuvenation lab is centered on the latest and most proven innovations in technology to ensure the best athletic recovery and healing experience. Our team understands the need to stay healthy and optimize performance – let us serve you!

If you are seeking the ultimate level of recovery and wellness, then you’ve at the right place! We’re committed to continuously expanding our services to best leverage innovative, proven and effective therapies in recovery technology to aid faster healing and better sustained performance.

At DISTRICTCRYO, our goal is to help individuals feel and perform at their best. Whether you’re an athlete, cyclist, runner, cross-fitter, fitness enthusiast – or individual leading an active lifestyle in any capacity; our vision is to offer you cutting edge, proven rejuvenation aids, and general health & wellness in a comfortable environment. As you exert and stress your body through strenuous workouts, it’s imperative that you prioritize recovery not only as a reaction to injury or chronic pains but proactively alongside of your regular fitness regimen to prevent injury and discomfort – we make your wellness our priority!

Whole Body Cryotherapy (WBC) is a revolutionary method of cold therapy involving 2-3 minutes of exposure to subzero temperatures ranging from -200*F to -300*F. This is not a medical procedure, but a radical, non-invasive option for people seeking exceptional results.

This technique was first developed in Japan in 1978 by Dr. Toshima Yamaguchi to treat rheumatic diseases, where it was studied and established as a powerful treatment for pain and inflammation associated with a number of many chronic conditions. Over the next three decades it quickly spread to Europe and other countries as it became widely known for its broad range of benefits including treatment for soft tissue pain, inflammation, fibromyalgia, skin revitalization and a host of other benefits.”

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former Maruka Gallery at 9th and N Street, NW

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