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Cryotherapy Milton Keynes

Everything you need to know

CryoHub is a professional treatment centre situated 30 minutes from Milton Keynes. Offering clients state-of-the-art cryotherapy treatments to help improve their health, well-being, and total physical performance.


Cryotherapy, also called cold therapy, is a medical intervention where the body is exposed to very low temperatures for therapeutic reasons. The term “cryotherapy” is derived from the Greek words “cryo,” which means “cold,” and “therapy,” which means “treatment.”


Cryotherapy has numerous advantages, including pain alleviation, decreased inflammation, improved blood circulation, heightened energy levels, and enhanced athletic prowess.


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Client Testimonials

Being my first time using thr experience I wasn’t sure quite what to expect, However John and Kaylen were very knowledgeable so gave me peace of mind before stepping in the chambre. Armed with all the facts and figures, but nothing could prepare you for -130•c sub temperatures, although the drop in temperature was very gradual and my body adapted very well. There was no after shock from the cold when the doors opened and my body temp returned to normal as soon as I had my clothes back on. As for the results, I had no prior niggly aches or long-standing pain to be wary of however in the moments after my treatment I instantly felt ‘lighter’ and more energetic, which was a complete 360 from the lethargic behaviour before from the previous late nights antics. Would definitely be going back and would urge anyone to give it a try as the results speak for themselves. Thanks again guys.

Kyron Layne


Having suffered with tendinitis for several years, my mind was blown at the instant relief that the Cryohub provides. The staff and facilities are fantastic! An all-round 10/10 experience.

Ryan Allison

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I can not recommend this place enough, brilliant service! I knew very little about cryohub and what it would do for me but the boys talked me through it answering all my questions, there knowledge is unbelievable, my frozen shoulder feels so much better after just a few sessions, my advice to anyone would be to get down there and get your injury sorted. Great service cheers lads

Daniel Bennett


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Cryotherapy 30 Minutes From Milton Keynes

Located in Bedford, our treatment centre is just 30 minutes from the centre of Milton Keynes. With affordable treatments as well as membership packages and exceptional customer service people travel to see us on a regular basis.

A Word From The Team

“We, like many discovered cryotherapy after searching for recovery solutions to our training, after giving it a try, we were sold, having experienced recovery treatments before, we were blown away by its effectiveness and you will be too.” 


Kaylen Wilson, Co-Founder of CryoHub Bedford Ltd.

Cryotherapy Treatments Milton Keynes

Treatments available at CryoHub

Benefits Of Cryotherapy

Cryotherapy treatments offer a range of health benefits, including: 

Improved Recovery Time

Studies indicate that cryotherapy enhances recovery following exercise or injury by reducing inflammation and stimulating healing. 



This treatment can assist athletes in recuperating faster from muscle soreness, sprains, and strains, allowing them to resume their training and competitive schedule sooner. 


Whole-body cryotherapy has been employed to facilitate post-surgical rehabilitation.

Reduced Inflammation

Cryotherapy is renowned for its anti-inflammatory properties. 



The cold temperatures utilised during the treatment aid in reducing inflammation by narrowing blood vessels and decreasing nerve activity. 


This reduction in inflammation can be advantageous for individuals suffering from ailments like arthritis and skin conditions such as eczema, and psoriasis.

Reduced Muscle Soreness

Employing cryotherapy can alleviate muscle soreness and exhaustion by boosting blood circulation and eliminating toxins that accumulate in the muscles following physical exertion. 


Athletes who participate in rigorous workouts or competitions can enjoy the advantages of cryotherapy as it helps to decrease the intensity and duration of muscle soreness. 

Increased Energy Levels

Cryotherapy heightens energy levels by increasing circulation and augmenting endorphins, adrenaline, and noradrenaline levels in the body. 


These hormones can boost mood, enhance concentration and attentiveness, and alleviate sensations of fatigue and weariness. 

Improved Circulation

Cryotherapy can improve blood circulation by first contracting blood vessels and then dilating them upon completion of the therapy.


This can aid in increasing the delivery of oxygen and nutrients to the body’s tissues, facilitating healing and recovery. Augmented circulation can also lower the chances of blood clots and boost overall cardiovascular wellness. 

Cryotherapy for the people of Milton Keynes


Book your first cryotherapy session and experience the numerous benefits of this therapy.


Whether you are an athlete looking to speed up your recovery time, suffering from inflammation, or looking for a beauty treatment, Cryohub offers whole body, localised, facial, and cryopen treatments to meet your needs.


Enrich your health, wellness, and physical performance.


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Frequently Asked Questions

In a cryotherapy session, an individual is typically subjected to extremely low temperatures, usually below -100°C, for two to five minutes. This can be accomplished through different techniques, such as whole-body cryotherapy, where the person stands inside a chamber, or local cryotherapy, where a body part is treated with cold air or liquid nitrogen. 


Athletes and fitness enthusiasts frequently utilise cryotherapy to hasten recovery, alleviate muscle soreness, and enhance their overall performance. Furthermore, this therapy has been employed to manage a variety of medical ailments, such as rheumatoid arthritis, multiple sclerosis, and depression. 

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