Restore Cryotherapy announces the opening of Round Rock location and the largest liquid nitrogen tank ever used in a retail location

AUSTIN, Texas, April 26, 2016 (GLOBE NEWSWIRE) -- Restore Cryotherapy today announced the opening of its Round Rock, TX location. Like other Restore locations Round Rock is designed to bring cryotherapy, IV therapy, and oxygen therapy directly to the consumer in an enjoyable and affordable way.

What makes the Round Rock location truly unique is that they have built the location with the largest liquid nitrogen tank ever used in a retail location. The 3,000 gallon tank is the first of its kind used in whole body cryotherapy.

“Restore’s goal is to help our customers live better lives, and we can do this best when we build locations with large tanks that allow us to reduce the cost of liquid nitrogen and we can pass the savings on to our customers,” stated co-founder and CEO Jim Donnelly.

The Round Rock location is right off IH-35 in the same shopping center as the Sprout’s Farmers Market. Like all Restore locations it was designed to provide easy in and out access in an environment that is the anti-doctor's office.

The location offers whole body cryotherapy, local cryotherapy, compression therapy and IV therapy with a medical director and an onsite nurse practitioner.

Restore Round Rock is located at 110 North IH-35, Round Rock, TX 78681. The store hours are Monday - Saturday 10am - 7pm and Sunday noon - 4pm.

About Restore Cryotherapy

Restore Cryotherapy is the leading cryotherapy service provider in the United States. Backed by hard science, Restore’s customers enjoy cryotherapy, drip IV therapy, compression therapy and other wellness services designed to reduce pain and recovery times. Working in concert these services increase the overall performance of the body.

Restore’s unique retail locations are the anti doctor's office. Each store provides an enjoyable yet quick in and out experience. The result - Restore customers have more energy, healthier living and a better life.

For more information contact: Jim Donnelly

Source: Restore Cryotherapy