Kur REcovery Spa

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KUR was founded with the clear goal of providing an environment focused on YOU. We believe that we are in the people business. Recovery is just what we do.

Our Sercives



A 2-3 minute session in a CryoSauna with temperatures as low as -240 can accelerate muscle recovery, reduce pain and inflammation, and improve sleep.




During a 5-8 minute session using a cold stream of nitrogen vapor, target specific pain areas, problematic skin conditions and even reduce the pain from headaches and migraines




A 30 or 60 minute session with our compression system which includes leg, arm, and hip attachments that uses compressed air to massage your limbs, mobilize fluid, and speed recovery.


Things to Expect for Your Time At

When you make the choice to come to KUR, you can expect an environment focused on our clients and their needs. You will often find others asleep in Normatec, or maybe the local High School Sports Team razzing each other as they prepare for their next game. The one thing you won't find are unhappy people. Come in and experience the difference and see what KUR has to offer you.

Who Should Not Do Cryo?

There are a few situations where Cryotherapy is not allowed, if you have specific questions please Contact Us and we will be happy to answer any questions or your Doctor. Generally people with Heart Conditions, High Blood Pressure, Pregnant, and any kind of open wound injury, are not permitted to do Cryo.

Do i need to Prep in any way?

No preparation is needed prior to arriving at the center. Because dry air is used, there is no need to shower afterwards. It is common for patients to use the Cryosauna during a lunch break from work as the process is quick, clean, and simple.

Is It Safe?

Yes, the name of game when dealing with these low temperatures is moisture. The use of the nitrogen allows us to remove the chance for any frostbite, or nerve damage.

Before Or After A Workout

The before or after a workout question comes up alot and the answer changes depending on your goals. Before a workout helps you go into the next workout more refreshed and dramatically increases your range of motion. After is the way to go if preventing the next day's soreness is what you are looking for.