Sauna Types as described by the North American Sauna Society: 

  Dr. Axe's take on Infrared Sauna: 


  Mayo MD weighs in on Infrared Sauna use:


  About Sauna use in general: 


  Infrared Sauna use and Lyme Disease:


  In a Far-Infrared Sauna there is no steam or water used to heat the space. Instead, it uses light to create heat. 

  We offer one hour sessions to experience the benefits of the sauna. This can be done solo or with a friend (or

  two) in a private room that houses the sauna in our chiropractic office. The sauna is pictured below and can fit

  three people comfortably sitting as it has benches along each wall. 

  Some benefits of Far-Infrared Sauna therapy can include: 

  - Assisting detoxification

  - Promote muscle recovery and tension relief

  - Reduce inflammation

  - Treat chronic illnesses

  - Lower chronic pain

  - Improve heart function

  - Reduce stress

  Patients with Lyme Disease have also been known to seek out Far-Infrared Sauna therapy to aid in treatment.

  See the resources below for more information. 

  Please contact the office with any questions, to book a session, and for pricing information. Feel free to stop in

  as well to take a look at it in person! 

  Sauna hours: 

  - Monday-Thursday 8:30 AM - 7:00 PM (6:00 PM is the last time slot)

  - Friday 8:30 AM - 4:30 PM (3:30 PM is the last time slot)

Far-Infrared Sauna