A Safer Way to Relieve Arthritis, Autoimmune and Chronic Conditions

CryoRevive in Riverdale, New Jersey offers Cryotherapy to ease arthritis symptoms and symptoms from other chronic diseases such as:


  • Chronic Fatigue

  • Fibromyalgia

  • Multiple Sclerosis

  • Rheumatoid Arthritis

  • Psoriasis

  • Lyme Disease 


Nearly 40 million persons in the United States are affected by arthritis, including over a quarter million children. Likewise, approximately 2.1 million Americans suffer from rheumatoid arthritis.


Through cryotherapy, clients report reduced constant inflammation and joint pain that comes along with arthritis, making it easier to get back to their usual lifestyle with greater comfort.

Cryotherapy and Arthritis

The discomfort from arthritis is due to inflammation around the joint, damage to the joint from disease, daily wear and tear of joints and muscle strains caused by forceful movements against stiff joints and fatigue.



Whole Body Cryotherapy has been found to be very beneficial in easing the aches and discomfort associated with arthritic joints. After a three minute Cryotherapy session, your body can experience measurable changes that can help improve your comfort. Cryotherapy helps:

Improve Your Immune System

Increase General Mobility and Joint Function

Reduce Pain and Inflammation from Arthritic Joints

Release Endorphins That Increase Your Energy and Mood

Easing Chronic Conditions

Approximately 50 million Americans, 20 percent of the population or one in five people, suffer from autoimmune diseases which can make every day feel like an uphill battle.

Cryotherapy has been proven effective to reduce pain and inflammation and promote healing. The benefits of this non-invasive treatment, as reported by our clients, include:

Boost in Metabolism | Reduction in Joint Pain | Improved Mood | Increased Immunity | Better Sleep | Improved Circulation

Role of Cryotherapy in Relieving Symptoms

During Cryotherapy, the brain sends signals to all parts of the body via the nervous system to determine if and to what extent the different parts of the body are compromised. This helps the body allocate enough resources to its various components. 


Once your brain is “re-focused,” it is able to determine what your body is fighting for or working to repair. Your body then starts to stimulate its own healing capabilities and allocates the resources to restore health.