Physiotherapy, Physical Therapy & Sports Therapy Clinics

As a physical therapist in a physiotherapy or sports therapy clinic, you are constantly having to balance between managing your business, generating new clients and improving patient outcomes.

By attracting new clients on a pay-per-use basis, physiotherapists and sports therapists have discovered a new revenue stream through CryoSpa ice bath therapy while also improving patient outcomes.

While initially CryoSpa ice bath therapy was developed for tendon, ligament and other soft tissue injuries it quickly became a mainstay for post-exercise recovery.

Physical therapy clinics can now attract non-injured clients, from fun runners to weekend warriors, who can benefit from the same recovery protocols as AC Milan, Bayern Munich, Brooklyn Nets, Manchester United & the Toronto Blue Jays.

Patients will therefore rely on a recovery solution offered by your clinic and are more likely to revisit your clinic rather than that of a competitor should they sustain injuries in the future.

Offering CryoSpa therapy in your practice will lead to new clients, improved injury resolution and a new revenue source. A key advantage is that as a therapist you are no longer limited to only charging for your time but can create a substantial new revenue stream on a pay per use basis that does not depend on your professional expertise meaning it does not take up your professional treatment time while differentiating your practice from the competition.

 

Common injuries ice bath therapy is used for in clinics

Based on feedback from over 60 clinics currently offering CryoSpa therapy on a pay per use basis combined with independent research into post-surgery recovery, pain management, both acute and chronic as well as mental health benefits the following conditions have been found to respond well to CryoSpa therapy:

  • Back pain
  • Brittle bone disease (pain management)
  • Post-ankle surgery
  • Post-knee surgery
  • Rheumatoid arthritis (for pain management & control of symptoms)
  • Sciatica
  • Non-specific pain conditions
  • Complex regional pain syndrome
  • Repetitive strain injury
  • Tendon & ligament injuries
  • Acute & chronic pain management
  • Contusion
  • Golfer’s, pitcher’s and tennis elbow (both prevention & treatment) etc. and, of course,
  • Post-exercise recovery.

Many patients with chronic conditions have lowered, or eliminated, their dependence on pain killers and anti-inflammatory drugs resulting in a significant improvement in their quality of life.

A big factor in improved recovery times is the relationship between cold water immersion and improved sleep quality which is essential for the body to recover properly.

 

Why should you choose a CET CryoSpa?

By offering a recovery method used by many elite clients across the USA & Europe, and further afield, you will benefit from the support of the World’s leading producer with more than 18 years experience in the low-temperature hydrotherapy sector.

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What benefits would a CryoSpa ice bath have for you and your practice?

  • Attract new clients and generate a significant additional revenue stream.

  • Improve patient outcomes and offer a side effect & drug free alternative for clients with chronic pain. *

  • Take advantage of the increasing trend toward embracing cold water therapy for mental & physical health reasons.

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Monetize Recovery

More than 10,000 members of the public used CryoSpa therapy on a pay per use basis in the last year

60+ independent therapy clinics generate well in excess of £1m annually in the UK & Ireland

Generate income in excess of £40,000 / €45,000 / $50,000 annually per CryoSpa

Frequently Asked Questions

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How can I benefit from CryoSpa ice bath use?

Cold water immersion or ice baths, help reduce tissue swelling due to muscle breakdown and micro tears that occur during intense or lengthy physical activity and, also, help to control inflammation.

Some inflammation is a good thing but too much can result in secondary damage or hypoxic injury.

The mechanisms include aiding normalisation of body temperature, flushing out muscles through the combination of hydrostatic pressure and cold induced blood vessel constriction, a decrease in metabolic activity, balancing of the sympathetic & parasympathethic systems and a reduction in muscle damage.

How can I generate revenue from a CryoSpa?

CET have many clients charging sporting & non-sporting members of the public for CryoSpa therapy on a pay-per-use basis.

These clients are typically sports therapy & physical therapy clinics, health clubs, gyms, recovery & wellness facilities and hotels.

A single CET CryoSpa unit can generate over £40,000 / $50,000 / €45,000 per annum while improving athlete outcomes and growing your existing business.

Is CryoSpa therapy medically approved?

Sports recovery i.e. post-exercise recovery is a non-medical application for CryoSpa therapy.

However, treatment of soft tissue injuries such as tendon & ligament sprains is considered to be medical use.

In the USA, the FDA, which approves devices & medicines for medical use, have exempted hydrotherapy, such as CryoSpa therapy, from Medical Device Approval requirements due to the low risk to patients and the non-invasive nature of the therapy. Consequently, CryoSpa therapy is available for medical use throughout the USA.

In other countries that adopt FDA guidelines this rule will also apply.

In the EU hydrotherapy is not exempt from medical device approval so a manufacturer cannot make medical claims for such devices.

* Medical use may be limited in some countries. Please ask for details.