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Local cryotherapy (also known as localised cryotherapy) is an amazing treatment that’s scientifically-backed to be able to achieve next-level results for your health, wellbeing and pain management. At RLabs, our local cryo treatments are performed by our expert staff in our state-of-the-art facility at Shop 5, 7 Gregory Hills Drive, Gregory Hills, Sydney.

Your localised cryotherapy treatment will first involve you identifying to our staff the area you’d like to have treated and discussing your specific needs. We’ll then use a small handheld device to apply a fine mist of super-chilled air to the area, virtually painlessly.

Local cryo treatments provide a whole host of benefits, including reducing pain and inflammation, repairing muscle tissue damage, aiding in post-surgery recovery, enhancing blood circulation and improving skin elasticity.

Why RLabs for cryotherapy treatments?

Here at RLabs, we’re constantly excited by collisions of science, innovation, technology and health. Our brand-new laboratory was created to provide the public with cutting-edge treatments that improve the way we look, feel, move and sleep. We’re about recovery, recharging and having the utmost respect for our bodies and all they do for us.

Our tools and our team create a space where for the human body – anything is possible.

01 / Blood flow and circulation

The extremely cold temperatures experienced during cryotherapy treatments spark our body’s most ancient survival mechanism - vasoconstriction. This is where our blood is enriched with oxygen, nutrients and healing enzymes, promoting overall wellbeing.

02 / Injury rehabilitation

Cryotherapy is an excellent addition to any injury rehabilitation routine. If you’re in pain, cryo injury treatments can help to relieve pain, reduce inflammation, decrease swelling, increase your range of motion and speed up your recovery.

03 / Anti-ageing and skin health

Local cryo can achieve amazing results for your skin’s appearance and health. By freezing the outer layer of the skin, the body is encouraged to produce more collagen, meaning the skin regains elasticity and appears younger, smoother and more refined.

Re/charge. Re/boost. Re/lax. Achieve amazing re/sults at RLabs.

Have some questions?

How does local cryotherapy work?

Local cryotherapy works by applying extremely cold air to a targeted area. Common areas to treat usually include the ankles, elbows, neck, shoulders, knees and lower back. The treatment basically works like an extremely targeted ice pack, providing a rush of oxygenated blood to the area, a natural analgesic effect and a reduction in muscle tension.

 

Does local cryotherapy hurt?

Local cryotherapy is a similar sensation to whole body cryotherapy. Local Cryotherapy feels refreshing and relaxing and should cause any discomfort. However, you’ll be fully supervised throughout, and if at any time you feel uncomfortable, our staff will be able to cease the procedure immediately.

Frequently asked questions

The RLabs team are passionate about ensuring you leave every visit to our laboratory feeling relaxed, rejuvenated and recovered, while receiving the highest standards of safety and care.

01 / What types of cryotherapy does RLabs offer?

As well as local cryotherapy, we also offer whole body cryotherapy and facial cryotherapy. This offering allows us to treat a wide variety of needs and complaints.

For localised cryotherapy, we use the CRYO Penguin™ model, which has been designed to deliver the safest and most effective localised cryotherapy treatments in the industry. It has pre-programmed protocols for facials, localised cryo and cellulite reduction treatments, and delivers precision laser technology to indicate optimal distance with 100% accuracy.

02 / How much do local cryotherapy sessions at RLabs cost?

 Local cryotherapy sessions range from $55 to $289, depending on the site being targeted. Please head to our pricing page for a full breakdown of all local cryotherapy prices.

03 / How cold does a cryosauna get?

Cryosaunas can reach negative 110 to 140 degrees celsius for up to four minutes.

04 / Who shouldn’t receive local cryotherapy treatment?

People who should seek medical advice before undergoing a local cryo treatment include:

  • Those with major health issues
  • Those with cardiovascular issues (including obesity, diabetes, heart disease, low or high blood pressure and circulatory problems)
  • Those taking prescription drugs
  • Those under the influence of drugs or alcohol
  • The elderly
  • Children
  • Those with chronic conditions or diseases associated with the reduced ability to perspire (multiple sclerosis, central nervous system tumours and diabetes with neuropathy).
  • Hemophiliacs
  • Those experiencing fever
  • Pregnant people
  • Those with joint injuries
  • Those with pacemakers or defibrillators

05 / How should I prepare for my local cryotherapy session?

If it’s your first time with us at RLabs, please arrive 10 to 15 minutes before your appointment time so our team can welcome you and discuss any needs you may have.