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Hi, I am with Town Hall.
We are preparing a Welcome Kit for new residents that are moving into your community.
Our Welcome Kit can only feature one Spa and I would like to discuss your being the exclusive Spa for your communities’ new residents.
I would like to schedule a time when you are expecting me so that I may drop off a sample of our "Welcome Kit" and explain the program in greater detail.
Please message me or for immediate assistance, feel free to call or text me on my cell which is listed below.
Thanks.
Pamela Dugdale
512-516-9213
Hi, I am with Town Hall.

We at Town Hall know the birthdays of local residents and can help you “invite” them into your business on their special day by using our Town Hall custom digital program.
• We invite them with a series of emails
• We invite them through multiple rounds across social programs
• We invite them when they are surfing online via Display Ads

By inviting them into your business with a Birthday offer, you will build good-will while creating new local, loyal and repeat customers.

I would like to schedule a time when you are expecting me so that I may explain our Town Hall Birthday program in greater detail.

Please reply to this message with your availability or call me at your earliest convenience.

For a faster response, or if you prefer, feel free to call or text me on my cell which is listed in my signature.

Thanks.

Pam Dugdale
(512) 516-9213
Hi, I am with Town Hall.
We are preparing a Welcome Kit for new residents that are moving into your community.
Our Welcome Kit can only feature one Massage Therapist and I would like to discuss your being the exclusive Massage Therapist for your communities’ new residents.
I would like to schedule a time when you are expecting me so that I may drop off a sample of our "Welcome Kit" and explain the program in greater detail.
Please message me or for immediate assistance, feel free to call or text me on my cell which is listed below.
Thanks.
Pam Dugdale
(512) 516-9213
I started hyperbaric sessions before heart surgery and found it very beneficial. Now I am preparing to go diving and feel that it will help plus give me more day to day energy.

Offering alternative pain management assistance through cryotherapy and more.

10/19/2022

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10/06/2022

Have you guys ever tried Hyperbaric Oxygen Therapy?

Can Help Treat 1. Long Covid Symptoms
2. Increases oxygen in blood
3. In healthy aging adults it can stop the aging of blood cells and reverse the aging process


4. Alzheimer’s Dimensia

Why would you not try to live longer and healthier?

Well it’s usually the price that prevents us from doing that which is so beneficial for us.

Until Now.

Ask me about hundreds of other health benefits these machines can do for you.

10/06/2022

Not to long ago, I found myself in my car and on the road. Looking down, I found I didn’t put my shoes on. Here’s some information I wish I would have had back then.
Hyperbaric chambers allow doctors to treat people with problems related to underwater pressure. They're used for treating burns, chest wounds and broken bones. These chambers also help with memory problems, muscle pain and many other health issues. Plus, going through hyperbaric therapy under regular conditions can help with your general health.
People who have memory issues or brain injuries often receive treatment in a hyperbaric chamber. These chambers are pressurized with pure oxygen and have a partial escape hatch. This allows for increased oxygen levels and lower carbon dioxide levels in the air. The pressure makes it easier for the blood to flow throughout your body. This makes your organs and tissues healthier as they're able to get the proper amount of oxygen and nutrients.
Most hyperbaric chambers are used for treating injuries to the brain and the eyes. They're also helpful for treating post-surgery patients, people with memory problems and other patients with health issues. These chambers help your body heal by increasing the amount of oxygen in your blood. They also reduce the amount of carbon dioxide in your blood by removing it from the air before you enter the chamber. This makes it easier for your blood to carry oxygen to your brain and other vital organs.
Groups have found that going through memory therapy in a hyperbaric chamber can be very effective. People with brain injuries often suffer from short term memory loss after their illness or injury occurs. Going through therapy in a hyperbaric chamber helps you recover memories as you slowly reduce the effects of low oxygen levels. After your condition is treated, you'll gradually be able to return to regular air pressure without any problems.

Pedi Mirdamadi, ND, MS, RHN on Instagram: "This is by far the most important nutrient for your brain and overall health. Without adequate oxygen or cells are unable to function optimally and suffer. At our center we nearly check every patient for... 09/14/2022

Pedi Mirdamadi, ND, MS, RHN on Instagram: "This is by far the most important nutrient for your brain and overall health. Without adequate oxygen or cells are unable to function optimally and suffer. At our center we nearly check every patient for...

Interesting article on what the most important nutrient for your brain! Hmmm … interesting

Pedi Mirdamadi, ND, MS, RHN on Instagram: "This is by far the most important nutrient for your brain and overall health. Without adequate oxygen or cells are unable to function optimally and suffer. At our center we nearly check every patient for... Pedi Mirdamadi, ND, MS, RHN shared a post on Instagram: "This is by far the most important nutrient for your brain and overall health. Without adequate oxygen or cells are unable to function optimally and suffer. At our center we nearly check every patient for this key nutrient. Do you or someone yo...

09/08/2022

Thoughtful thought Thursday. Have a great end of week

Hyperbaric therapy has been employed for hundreds of years for a multitude of purposes. The earliest reported uses of hyperbaric treatment date back to the 1600s and a British clergyman named Henshaw whose work marked the beginning of the compressed-air era during which all hyperbaric treatments were performed only with compressed air, as oxygen was not discovered until 1775 by Priestley. In 1662, Henshaw built a sealed chamber that he called a “Domicilium.”1 Valved bellows controlled chamber pressures, which could be raised or lowered by the adjustment of the valve system. Henshaw believed that acute disease processes of all kinds would respond favorably to increased air pressure, while more chronic diseases would respond better to low pressure. If during the course of treatment, a disease was felt to have become chronic, Henshaw readjusted the valves to create a slight vacuum. Given the small pressure changes possible with such an apparatus, any perceived effects on those patients treated were most certainly based on psychology and not physiology.

In 1879, French surgeon JA Fontaine constructed a mobile operating room on wheels that could be pressurized.2 Many surgical procedures were performed in this unit using nitrous oxide as the anesthetic agent. Due to the increased effective concentration of the nitrous oxide and the increased partial pressure of oxygen at pressure, deeper and arguably safer surgical anesthesia was possible. According to the gas laws, compressed air at 2 atm yields an effective oxygen percentage of 42% compared to 21% at 1 atm or sea-level pressures. In these surgical procedures, interesting physiologic and anatomic effects were observed. Patients did not have the usual cyanotic color while coming out of anesthesia and hernias were reduced more easily. Fontaine’s experiments with hyperbaric surgery were the only semiscientific efforts during the entire compressed-air era.

The end of the compressed-air era was marked by Orville J. Cunningham, a professor of anesthesia at the University of Kansas in Kansas City.3 He noted, appropriately, that people with heart disease and other related disorders did poorly while living at altitude but improved upon return to sea level. With this concept in mind Cunningham reasoned that exposing people to increased atmospheric pressures would be even more beneficial. During the flu epidemic of 1918, he placed a critically ill and hypoxic resident physician in a chamber that had been designed for animal studies. By compressing the chamber to 2 atm, he was able to keep the patient oxygenated through the hypoxic phase of his illness. Subsequently, Dr Cunningham constructed a chamber 88 feet long and 10 feet in diameter and began to treat a multitude of diseases, most without any scientific evidence that HBO2 would be an effective treatment.

In the 1920s, Mr Timken of the Timken Roller Bearing Company had a spontaneous recovery from a uremic illness while in Dr Cunningham’s chamber. In gratitude for his newly recovered health, Mr Timken built for Dr Cunningham the largest hyperbaric chamber ever constructed (FIGURE 18-1). It was a steel sphere, six stories high and 64 feet in diameter, featuring a dining room, individual patient rooms, and most interestingly, a smoking lounge on the top floor. It was capable of reaching 3 atm pressure.

Cunningham believed there was an organism, unable to be cultured, that was responsible for a myriad of diseases including hypertension, uremia, diabetes, and cancer, and that treatment with increased atmospheric pressure helped control or inhibit this organism. Unfortunately, Cunningham was unable to provide any scientific evidence to support his treatments, and the Cleveland Medical Society, along with the American Medical Association (AMA), ultimately forced him to close in 1930.4

08/27/2022

Here's a little fun fact for a Saturday. The history of Pepsi-Cola. Enjoy! Pepsi was first introduced as "Brad's Drink"[1] in New Bern, North Carolina in 1893 by Caleb Bradham, who made it at his drugstore where the drink was sold.

It was renamed Pepsi-Cola in 1898, "Pepsi" because it was advertised to relieve dyspepsia[2][1][3] (indigestion) and "Cola" referring to the cola flavor.[3] Some have also suggested that "Pepsi" may have been a reference to the drink aiding digestion like the digestive enzyme pepsin,[4][3] but pepsin itself was never used as an ingredient to Pepsi-Cola.[1]

The original recipe also included sugar and vanilla.[1] Bradham sought to create a fountain drink that was appealing and would aid in digestion and boost energy.[1]

The original stylized Pepsi-Cola wordmark used from 1898 until 1905.
In 1903, Bradham moved the bottling of Pepsi from his drugstore to a rented warehouse. That year, Bradham sold 7,968 gallons of syrup. The next year, Pepsi was sold in six-ounce bottles, and sales increased to 19,848 gallons. In 1909, automobile race pioneer Barney Oldfield was the first celebrity to endorse Pepsi, describing it as "A bully drink...refreshing, invigorating, a fine bracer before a race." The advertising theme "Delicious and Healthful" was then used over the next two decades.[5]

A 1919 newspaper ad for Pepsi-Cola
In 1923, the Pepsi-Cola Company entered bankruptcy—in large part due to financial losses incurred by speculating on the wildly fluctuating sugar prices as a result of World War I. Assets were sold and Roy C. Megargel bought the Pepsi trademark.[1] Megargel was unsuccessful in efforts to find funding to revive the brand and soon Pepsi-Cola's assets were purchased by Charles Guth, the president of Loft, Inc. Loft was a candy manufacturer with retail stores that contained soda fountains. He sought to replace Coca-Cola at his stores' fountains after The Coca-Cola Company refused to give him additional discounts on syrup. Guth then had Loft's chemists reformulate the Pepsi-Cola syrup formula.[6]

On three occasions between 1922 and 1933, the Coca-Cola Company was offered the opportunity to purchase the Pepsi-Cola Company, which it declined on each occasion.[7]

Growth in popularity
During the Great Depression, Pepsi gained popularity following the introduction in 1934 of a 12-ounce bottle. Prior to that, Pepsi and Coca-Cola sold their drinks in 6.5-ounce servings for about $0.05 a bottle.[citation needed] With a radio advertising campaign featuring the popular jingle "Nickel, Nickel" – first recorded by the Tune Twisters in 1940 – Pepsi encouraged price-conscious consumers to double the volume their nickels could purchase.[8][9] The jingle is arranged in a way that loops, creating a never-ending tune:

"Pepsi-Cola hits the spot / Twelve full ounces, that's a lot / Twice as much for a nickel, too / Pepsi-Cola is the drink for you."[10]

Coming at a time of economic crisis, the campaign succeeded in boosting Pepsi's status. From 1936 to 1938, Pepsi-Cola's profits doubled.[11]

The stylized Pepsi-Cola wordmark used from 1940 to 1950. It was reintroduced in 2014.
Pepsi's success under Guth came while the Loft Candy business was faltering. Since he had initially used Loft's finances and facilities to establish the new Pepsi success, the near-bankrupt Loft Company sued Guth for possession of the Pepsi-Cola company. A long legal battle, Guth v. Loft, then ensued, with the case reaching the Delaware Supreme Court and ultimately ending in a loss for Guth.

08/23/2022

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08/19/2022

Today is National Dog Day! At Cryo Fire Health Spa, part of taking care of the family is taking care of our pets as well. Here's a fun fact you might find interesting. Although each B vitamin is chemically distinct, they often work together in various biochemical functions throughout the body – from cellular energy production to healthy red-blood-cell formation and healthy neurological function. Most B vitamins, with the exception of vitamin B12, are not stored in the body; consequently, they must be supplemented in an animal health product in order to maintain optimal health. Supplementing with active B vitamins is extremely important to all animals, especially animals that may not be able to convert non-active vitamins to their active forms in the liver because of compromised liver function, poorly functioning enzymes, digestive disturbances, poor diet, or age.

Well, At Cryo Fire, we have a way to reward your pet and you can start it right now by clicking this link to get your pet supplement and take care of their wellbeing too! Happy Dog Day! https://cryofirehealthspa.gethealthy.store/b-complexvet.html

08/19/2022

Did you know that Pregnancy is a critical time for optimizing health and nutrition, both for the mother and her baby. Overall nutritional and caloric needs are greatly increased by pregnancy and breastfeeding.* However, especially during the first trimester because of nausea, women are not always able to consume the desired number of calories or variety of nutrients. Several nutrients in a good prenatal multiple vitamin have been found to benefit pregnant women who suffer from "morning sickness," including vitamin C, vitamin B6, and vitamin K. At Cryo Fire, we have a great blend of prenatal diet supplements for pregnant and lactating women. Are you expecting? Leave a reply and share the good news. Want to buy now? Click this link and you can order right from your computer now! https://cryofirehealthspa.gethealthy.store/basic-prenatal.html

08/18/2022

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08/17/2022

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08/17/2022

Hyperbaric oxygen therapy can help treat a wide variety of conditions. As the song goes "No Pills, gonna cure my ills!" (Huey Luis and the News).
Hyperbaric oxygen therapy has proven to be a highly effective means of healing wounds and improving conditions quickly. Patients experiencing a wide variety of conditions — from carbon monoxide poisoning to crush injuries — can be treated with this therapy. Follow us for frequent great tips and ideas for better health!

08/16/2022

It is without a doubt that Hyperbaric Treatment (HBOT) can significantly improve the quality of people’s lives. Where traditional medicine fails, hyperbaric oxygen therapy can supercharge the body’s ability to heal itself. Perhaps this is why around 2,000 hospitals across the country now offer hyperbaric oxygen therapy, and an estimated 700 non-hospital based programs offer the treatment as well. At Cryo Fire, you can get professional HBOT service. Have you tried HBOT before? Leave a Facebook reply to this post with your thoughts on it. If not, what's held you back?

Cryo Fire Health Spa updated their business hours. 12/01/2021

Cryo Fire Health Spa updated their business hours.

Cryo Fire Health Spa updated their business hours.

05/31/2021

05/28/2021

Get the most out of your week when you have all the energy you can! Schedule your Hyperbaric session today and go into the weekend and next week feeling great!

05/26/2021

Get that extra boost of energy during lunch with a quick 3 minute Cryo session!

05/24/2021

05/21/2021

You know the saying, "Couples that Cryo together, stay together!" So schedule your Cryo sessions today!

05/19/2021

As it gets hotter, ditch the fans and come in for a 3 minute CRYO session! It'll cool you off, give you a boost of energy, decrease any inflammation and burn calories!

Ask us about our special Cryo packs today!

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1841 S. Lakeline Blvd, Suite 106
Cedar Park, TX
78613

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Monday 10am - 8:30pm
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