Cryotherapy For Plantar Fasciitis

Sep 12 | th7admin

All aches and pains can be debilitating and get in the way of normal, day to day activities. At TH7 BodyLabs, we use state of the art technology and techniques to help with a range of conditions.

If you are suffering from plantar fasciitis, our cryotherapy treatments can be used to improve your condition and speed up your healing process.


We offer a range of protocols that can help with anything from stress, fatigue, and pain to recovery from injuries, mobility, and blood flow.


To find the perfect treatment for you, take a look at our protocols page or get in contact with our team for expert advice.

WHAT IS CRYOTHERAPY?

TH7 BodyLabs whole body cryotherapy sessions see the body exposed to cold temperatures of -110℃. This exposure to the cold will improve muscle recovery times, focus, and mental clarity and increase immune function and metabolism. Cryotherapy is administered in tanks where cold air passes over the body.

IS CRYOTHERAPY TREATMENT EFFECTIVE FOR PLANTAR FASCIITIS?

Cryotherapy is an effective plantar fasciitis treatment because it can help reduce inflammation and reduce foot and heel pain and make it easier for the patient to walk after sleep or rest.

HOW WILL CRYOTHERAPY HELP PLANTAR FASCIITIS?

Cryotherapy can help to reduce the inflammation of the plantar fascia, and it will also help increase blood flow.

IMPROVED BLOOD FLOW

Whole-body cryotherapy promotes vasoconstriction of the body’s blood vessels from the extremities. This is a natural reaction to keep the core warm. On leaving the cryotherapy chamber, the vasodilation that takes place widens the blood vessels. The flow of blood back to the extremities improves muscle recovery.

IMPROVED SLEEP QUALITY

This therapy will also improve sleep quality, which helps the plantar fascia to recover. Prolactin is a hormone that is released during sleep that regulates inflammation. Getting the required rest and sleep will help reduce inflammation and plantar fascial pain.

REDUCED INFLAMMATION

Plantar fasciitis is caused by an inflamed plantar fascia, and continued treatments help to reduce the concentration of damage markers in the muscle cell, relieving pain and reducing inflammation.

HOW OFTEN SHOULD YOU DO CRYOTHERAPY FOR PLANTAR FASCIITIS?

Whole-body cryotherapy sessions will be most effective after regular treatments. Regular sessions will help to reduce the inflammation and gradually reduce the pain.


Everyone will be different, and you should gauge how quickly your body is responding to the treatment. You can do this as often as twice a day and up to five sessions per week.


Even after recovering from plantar fasciitis, the body will still benefit from cryotherapy, and it can be used for general well-being.

CRYOTHERAPY FOR PLANTAR FASCIITIS: WHAT DOES THE RESEARCH SAY?

Studies into the application of cold to reduce the symptoms of plantar fasciitis have shown that there are benefits.


This was not a specific study into the benefits of cryotherapy, but the application of an ice pack carried out on three groups of ten for 20 minutes at a time.


It showed that the most effective application was before bedtime rather than in the morning. However, applying cold to the foot in the morning also showed signs of improvement.

WHAT DO I NEED TO KNOW FOR A TRIP TO TH7 BODYLABS?

If you are planning a visit to TH7 BodyLabs, booking and paying online is quick and easy. When booking for the first time, an account will be set up that allows you to manage your bookings.


If you are interested in the cryotherapy protocol, you might want to consider using other equipment while you are here. Our research has shown that using a combination of equipment can produce impressive results.


Only the infrared sauna, hyperbaric oxygen therapy, and float tanks are private, with all other areas being communal. Because of this, all of our customers must behave in an appropriate manner.


Lockers are provided for customers to store their belongings safely, and the venue has an accessible toilet and changing room.


The venue has onsite car parking spaces and the opening hours are from 7 am to 7 pm Monday to Friday and 9 am to 4 pm on the weekend.

BOOK YOUR CRYOTHERAPY SESSION WITH US TODAY

Booking your cryotherapy session with TH7 BodyLabs couldn’t be easier. You will be able to book and pay online, and if you are a new customer, an account will be set up that allows you to manage your booking.


As well as our cryotherapy chamber, we have a range of state-of-the-art equipment that can be used to improve your fitness, health, and general well-being.


Take a look at our equipment and protocols, or get in touch today for expert advice on how we can help you get booked in today.

FAQS

IS WHOLE BODY CRYOTHERAPY SUITABLE FOR EVERYONE?

Whole-body cryotherapy carried out at TH7 BodyLabs is a safe procedure that is carried out in controlled conditions.


In some cases, it can cause an increase in systolic blood pressure. However, these increases are shown to be clinically irrelevant.


Any patients with a cardiovascular condition should consult GPs for clearance before using this therapy.

WHEN IS THE BEST TIME FOR CRYOTHERAPY?

We recommend using whole body cryotherapy first thing in the morning to invigorate you. If you are using any other TH7 BodyLabs protocol or equipment, using cryotherapy first is advised.


Take advantage of the Injury package that includes cryotherapy, contrast therapy, a theragun massage, compression, and hyperbaric oxygen therapy to improve your circulation and speed up the healing process for soft tissue injury. The Injury Protocol lasts for 2 hours and 30 minutes and costs just $119.


Alternatively, the Code Red Protocol is the perfect way to destress and reinvigorate your body. The two-hour session includes cryotherapy, an infrared sauna, and the use of a float tank and costs just $99 or $149 for couples.

WHO CAN SUFFER FROM SEVERE PAIN IN THE PLANTAR FASCIA?

Anyone can suffer from severe or mild foot pain caused by the inflammation of the plantar fascia, but typically you will find people aged from 40 to 60 are more likely to suffer from this.


Many people that are overweight will make an effort to try and get fitter by exercising, walking, and running. Exercising on hard surfaces, having a tight calf before exercises, and wearing the wrong shoes can all play a part in the occurrence of inflammatory conditions.


Getting the proper footwear that will support your heels and arch can help those who are getting back into regular activity.

DOES WHOLE BODY CRYOTHERAPY TREAT ANY OTHER CONDITIONS?

There are a number of conditions that cryotherapy can help improve beyond the inflammation of the plantar fascia. These include;

FINAL THOUGHTS

Chronic plantar fasciitis can be debilitating and impact how you train and your quality of life. Physical therapy, including stretches and rest, will help, but those looking for significant pain relief will benefit from our services.


Plantar heel pain can be relatively straightforward to resolve by following the advice provided here and using our state of the art cryotherapy protocol to increase your focus, energy, and resilience while reducing stress, fatigue, and chronic pain.