Heat therapy helps improves blood flow to the area where the heat is applied. It’s best for muscle pain or stiffness. Cold therapy helps reduce inflammation. It’s most helpful when used for acute injuries and pain.

We treat everything from arthritis to pulled muscles to inflammation with ice packs or heating pads. Treating pain with hot and cold can be extremely effective for a number of different conditions and injuries.

The tricky part is knowing what situations calls for hot, and which calls for cold. Sometimes a single treatment will even include both.

As a general rule of thumb, use cold therapy for acute injuries or pain, along with inflammation and swelling. Use hot therapy for muscle pain or stiffness.

The water temperature of the cold tub is 42 degrees.

The water temperature of the hot tub is 103 degrees. 

We keep the sauna around 175 degrees. 

COMING SOON: We will be putting a shower head on the wall between the hot and cold tubs for rinsing when moving between the sauna, hot tub, and cold tub.