Rejuvenate Active Recovery Center Opens in Naples
Co-owners Mark and Susan Stephenson have opened the Rejuvenate Active Recovery Center at 2700 Immokalee Road, Suite 4, in Naples. To introduce their services, clients can experience initial cryostimulation, flotation or photobiomodulation therapy (PBT) sessions for $30, more than half off the regular cost.
The state-of-the-art technologies can help to recover from life’s daily stressors, provide relief from stress and pain, create a balanced autonomic nervous system, and improve physical and mental performance and well-being. Mark, who worked for the past eight years researching these technologies as a director of human performance for Navy SEALs, is also currently director of player performance for the Detroit Lions national football league team.
Whole body cryotherapy treatments remove toxins and inflammatory properties, leading to blood replenishment, recovery and restoration. Floating in 10 inches of warm water with 1,000 pounds of Epsom salts with no light or sound can produce a parasympathetic response for natural healing and rejuvenation. A NovoTHOR whole body light pod applies red and near-infrared light to damaged or degenerated tissue to repair and reduce inflammation and pain via photobiomodulation therapy. The center also provides NormaTec compression therapy that uses sequential pulse technology to speed recovery to legs, arms, shoulders, lower back or hips.Edit ModuleShow Tags