MALIBU, Calif., July 5, 2018 /PRNewswire-PRWeb/ -- CURE a full-service lifestyle medical spa and treatment center has
"It's our mission to provide a systemic solution for our client's well-being and the addition of the Cryotherapy and Infrared Sauna helps us achieve remarkable results in a short period of time. These services will truly provide guests with a revitalizing experience," Dr. Lisa Benya said.
Cryotherapy has been around since the early 70's when Japanese medical professionals began to use cryotherapy for pain and detoxification. Since then, the technology and system designs have improved the effectiveness of cryotherapy. The cryotherapy process exposes the body to a extreme cold temperature for a short period of time signals the body to release endorphins to elevate a feeling of well-being, reduce inflammation and process toxins and heavy metals from your organs as your body warm up. It's not surprising most professional sports teams have cryo systems at their facilities.
Unsurprisingly, the increase in awareness and popularity of these treatments can be attributed to its universal audience. Actresses Mandy Moore and Jennifer Aniston, "Dancing with the Stars'" regulars Derek Hough and Mark Ballas, singer Lady Gaga and athlete Floyd Mayweather are just a few high-profile figures that have touted the benefits of cryotherapy
Infrared therapy is experienced everyday by simply taking a walk on a sunny day. Infrared saunas duplicate the rays of the sun in a controlled environment where you can focus the healing energy on specific parts of the body. Infrared works on a cellular level increasing blood circulation, removing toxins from your body and provide pain release from arthritis and joint pain.
"We are delighted to offer these two new forms of treatment to our guests providing significant results to improve overall health and wellness," said Dr. Lisa Benya, board certified physician and founder of CURE
SOURCE Cure Med Spa
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