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Source: Marketwired.com

April 25, 2017 12:59 ET

PHOENIX, AZ–(Marketwired – Apr 25, 2017) – CryoUSA, a leader in providing whole body cryotherapy and other recovery modalities, announced today that the Phoenix Suns and Phoenix Mercury are the first NBA and WNBA professional sports franchises to purchase a NovoTHOR Whole Body Light Pod, which is installed at IASIS Healthcare’s Multi Specialty Clinic in downtown Phoenix.

When it opened a little more than a year ago, IASIS Healthcare’s Multi Specialty Clinic provided residents and employees in downtown Phoenix with their first comprehensive healthcare option in the area. The 28,000-square-foot healthcare clinic is located inside what was formerly the Phoenix Suns Athletic Club, on the southeast corner of the Talking Stick Resort Arena lot.

The healthcare clinic is the cornerstone of a partnership between IASIS Healthcare and the Phoenix Suns and Phoenix Mercury. Its first-class amenities provide access to convenient, high-quality healthcare to the public in the same place where the teams’ basketball stars also have their healthcare services performed.

“By installing the NovoTHOR light bed into the healthcare clinic, players with the Phoenix Suns and Phoenix Mercury will have immediate access to this whole-body therapy, allowing them accelerated recovery after intense exercise, muscle soreness or joint pain,” said Mark Murdock, managing partner of CryoUSA. “We are thrilled to introduce this revolutionary light therapy to the NBA and WNBA, and are confident that our recovery solutions will improve the teams’ performance and competitive edge.”

Professional basketball players with the Phoenix Suns and Phoenix Mercury won’t be the only ones with access to this non-invasive recovery system as an alternative solution to medicine or surgery. Valley residents and employees will also be able to receive the injury and inflammation treatment from NovoTHOR light beds by CryoUSA. Each relaxing session is approximately 12-20 minutes, and can be repeated several times a week.

The NovoTHOR device is the first and only light bed to exclusively deliver Photobiomodulation (PBM) therapy through penetrating wavelengths and power densities, while covering the body more evenly than any other method. PBM Therapy is nontoxic, noninvasive, and has no side effects.

“The care of our players is the most important job my staff and I have,” said Aaron Nelson, head athletic trainer of the Phoenix Suns. “We pride ourselves on being on the cutting edge in all aspects of performance, injury prevention, care and recovery. NovoTHOR is yet another tool to help us in all of these areas.”

Through successful clinical trials, PBM therapy has shown health benefits including rapid recovery, improved sleep, and increased strength and performance. More than 500 randomized controlled trials and 4,000 laboratory studies have demonstrated PBM therapy’s effectiveness in reducing oxidative stress, inflammation, and pain by exposing tissues to specific parameters of light. Oxidative stress is accepted as the underlying trigger for most diseases and degenerative conditions, as well as a component in injury inflammation.

In addition to NovoTHOR, CryoUSA offers Cryosense, a single-person cryotherapy chamber for whole body cryotherapy. Users wear protective clothing and are exposed to temperatures between minus 166 degrees and minus 320 degrees Fahrenheit for two to three-minutes of cold recovery. Additionally, the Cryosense is the only cryotherapy unit in the world that offers alternating heat and cold cycles. Sessions can start with 40 seconds of heat ranging up to 176 degrees Fahrenheit and then ends with a standard two to three-minute cryotherapy session with temperatures reaching down to minus 320 degrees Fahrenheit.

About CryoUSA
CryoUSA Solutions is the established world leader in cryotherapy and recovery, providing unmatched expertise to numerous sports organizations. CryoUSA is a proud partner of the Dallas Cowboys, SMU Athletics, and the Official Cryotherapy Provider of the Oregon Project at Nike and the Dallas Mavericks. Nine other NBA teams, Joe Gibbs Racing, and other NCAA teams have chosen CryoUSA Solutions as its cryotherapy equipment provider. In addition, CryoUSA provides cryotherapy to athletes from USA Triathlon, USA Track and Field, MLB, UFC, the NHL and more. Having installed more than 300 cryotherapy units and helping start more than 250 independent cryotherapy businesses nationwide, the experienced team members at CryoUSA Solutions are the go-to specialists in the recovery industry. To learn more about whole body cryotherapy and additional recovery modalities, visit CryoUSAsolutions.com.

About IASIS Healthcare
IASIS Healthcare is a healthcare services company that seeks to deliver high-quality, cost-effective healthcare through a broad and differentiated set of capabilities and assets that include acute care hospitals with related patient access points and a diversified managed care risk platform. With total annual revenue of approximately $2.8 billion, IASIS, headquartered in Franklin, Tenn., owns and operates 17 acute care hospitals, one behavioral hospital and multiple other access points, including 141 physician clinics, multiple outpatient surgical units, imaging centers, and investments in urgent care centers and on-site employer-based clinics. Health Choice, the Company’s managed care risk platform, delivers services to more than 628,000 covered lives through its multiple health plans, accountable care networks and agreements to serve as a management services organization (“MSO”) with third party insurers. For more information about IASIS Healthcare, visit iasishealthcare.com.

CryoUSA, a leader in providing whole body cryotherapy and other recovery modalities, announced today that the Phoenix Suns and Phoenix Mercury are the first NBA and WNBA professional sports franchises to purchase a NovoTHOR Whole Body Light Pod, which is installed at IASIS Healthcare’s Multi Specialty Clinic in downtown Phoenix.

When it opened a little more than a year ago, IASIS Healthcare’s Multi Specialty Clinic provided residents and employees in downtown Phoenix with their first comprehensive healthcare option in the area. The 28,000-square-foot healthcare clinic is located inside what was formerly the Phoenix Suns Athletic Club, on the southeast corner of the Talking Stick Resort Arena lot.

The healthcare clinic is the cornerstone of a partnership between IASIS Healthcare and the Phoenix Suns and Phoenix Mercury. Its first-class amenities provide access to convenient, high-quality healthcare to the public in the same place where the teams’ basketball stars also have their healthcare services performed.

“By installing the NovoTHOR light bed into the healthcare clinic, players with the Phoenix Suns and Phoenix Mercury will have immediate access to this whole-body therapy, allowing them accelerated recovery after intense exercise, muscle soreness or joint pain,” said Mark Murdock, managing partner of CryoUSA. “We are thrilled to introduce this revolutionary light therapy to the NBA and WNBA, and are confident that our recovery solutions will improve the teams’ performance and competitive edge.”

Professional basketball players with the Phoenix Suns and Phoenix Mercury won’t be the only ones with access to this non-invasive recovery system as an alternative solution to medicine or surgery. Valley residents and employees will also be able to receive the injury and inflammation treatment from NovoTHOR light beds by CryoUSA. Each relaxing session is approximately 12-20 minutes, and can be repeated several times a week.

The NovoTHOR device is the first and only light bed to exclusively deliver Photobiomodulation (PBM) therapy through penetrating wavelengths and power densities, while covering the body more evenly than any other method. PBM Therapy is nontoxic, noninvasive, and has no side effects.

“The care of our players is the most important job my staff and I have,” said Aaron Nelson, head athletic trainer of the Phoenix Suns. “We pride ourselves on being on the cutting edge in all aspects of performance, injury prevention, care and recovery. NovoTHOR is yet another tool to help us in all of these areas.”

Through successful clinical trials, PBM therapy has shown health benefits including rapid recovery, improved sleep, and increased strength and performance. More than 500 randomized controlled trials and 4,000 laboratory studies have demonstrated PBM therapy’s effectiveness in reducing oxidative stress, inflammation, and pain by exposing tissues to specific parameters of light. Oxidative stress is accepted as the underlying trigger for most diseases and degenerative conditions, as well as a component in injury inflammation.

In addition to NovoTHOR, CryoUSA offers Cryosense, a single-person cryotherapy chamber for whole body cryotherapy. Users wear protective clothing and are exposed to temperatures between minus 166 degrees and minus 320 degrees Fahrenheit for two to three-minutes of cold recovery. Additionally, the Cryosense is the only cryotherapy unit in the world that offers alternating heat and cold cycles. Sessions can start with 40 seconds of heat ranging up to 176 degrees Fahrenheit and then ends with a standard two to three-minute cryotherapy session with temperatures reaching down to minus 320 degrees Fahrenheit.

ACR Gold Seal Accreditation in MRI

The IASIS Healthcare Multi Specialty Clinic is proud to announce that it has been awarded an accreditation in magnetic resonance imaging (MRI) as the result of a recent review by the American College of Radiology (ACR). MRI is a noninvasive medical test that utilizes magnetic fields to produce anatomical images of internal body parts to help physicians diagnose and treat medical conditions.

The ACR gold seal of accreditation represents the highest level of image quality and patient safety. It is awarded only to facilities meeting ACR Practice Parameters and Technical Standards after a peer-review evaluation by board-certified physicians and medical physicists who are experts in the field. Image quality, personnel qualifications, adequacy of facility equipment, quality control procedures and quality assurance programs are assessed. The findings are reported to the ACR Committee on Accreditation, which subsequently provides the practice with a comprehensive report that can be used for continuous practice improvement.

The ACR, founded in 1924, is a professional medical society dedicated to serving patients and society by empowering radiology professionals to advance the practice, science and professions of radiological care. The College serves more than 37,000 diagnostic/interventional radiologists, radiation oncologists, nuclear medicine physicians, and medical physicists with programs focusing on the practice of medical imaging and radiation oncology and the delivery of comprehensive health care services.

 

Clinic Grand Opening

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Source: Arizona Chinese American newspaper

 

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Source: Maricopa County Medical Society newsletter

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Source: The Hertel Report

The multi-specialty clinic is in the former Phoenix Suns Athletic Club building

The unique partnership creates a center for sports medicine, primary care, dermatology, women’s care, behavioral medicine, podiatry and more. Read about it in The Phoenix Business Journal

Read the announcement by an enthusiastic National Basketball Association at NBA.Com

Read a description of services and view photos in Healthcare Finance News

Read about what’s available in downtown Phoenix at 230 South 3rd Street and link to videos at Business Wire

Read more: bit.ly/1ScfnTZ

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Source: Sport Techie (online)

The Phoenix Suns, Phoenix Mercury and IASIS Healthcare have recently unveiled a new healthcare clinic in the heart of downtown Phoenix, AZ. A $7.9 million project, this unique clinic is one of the first of its kind in the country. Inside the building, residents will be able to take advantage of the many practitioners and healthcare services IASIS has to offer.

The clinic will offer four hospitals with one being dedicated to behavioral health. Dentistry, women’s care, dermatology, sports medicine, and physical therapy are just some of the services that will be available to the community.  Also, the only MRI in the downtown Phoenix area will be provided there.

This is a concept where many potential opportunities for professional sports teams exist to give back to their communities in an impactful way. Most athletes and front office executives make their millions of dollars off of fan and community support. So it makes philosophical sense that fans should receive something in return.

Whether it involves charitable organizations or healthcare, every organization realizes that there is a bigger picture for the community than just giving them a great team to support. Fans need to know that the organization and its employees and athletes care for the wellness of the surrounding area. If teams don’t support the area, fans might begin to leave with the same level of uncaring. Sports franchises should use this exciting example as a stepping stone for their own endeavors.

Giving back to the community should always be a priority for any type of business. A prime example of giving back would be the Chicago Blackhawks. They are building a community center which hosts two brand new NHL sized ice rinks in Chicago. By building the rinks, the Blackhawks are trying to inspire more kids to play hockey in the city. In this case, they believe that protecting the future of hockey begins with the giving the youth a place to play and practice.

Health is one of the primary concerns for most people in the world these days. It isn’t something that can be taken for granted. Professional sports teams have some of the best doctors working with them to provide the athletes with great health care. It only makes sense to provide the same type of care to the community. Philanthropy is the ultimate thank you message to fans from teams and hopefully this partnership in Phoenix will lead the way to similar endeavors around the world.

Read more: bit.ly/1TNEWtO

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Bledsoe & Price to greet fans & sign autographs at the new IASIS Healthcare Multi Specialty Clinic in downtown Phoenix

WHAT: 

Phoenix Suns guards Eric Bledsoe and Ronnie Price will visit with fans and sign autographs at the new IASIS Healthcare Multi Specialty Clinic in downtown Phoenix on Saturday, April 2 from 3 – 4 p.m.

Fans are invited to arrive at 2 p.m. to register to win prizes and Suns tickets, as well as learn about the state-of-the-art Multi Specialty Clinic that provides comprehensive healthcare to employees and residents in the downtown area.

The Gorilla and members of the Suns Dancers and Solar Squad will also be on hand to interact with fans.

WHO:            

Phoenix Suns guards Eric Bledsoe and Ronnie Price (3-4 p.m.)

The Gorilla

Members of the Suns Dancers and Solar Squad

WHERE:

IASIS Healthcare Multi Specialty Clinic

230 S. 3rd Street

Phoenix, AZ 85004

WHEN:          

Saturday, April 2

2 – 4 p.m.

INFO:             

Suns.com

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