Restore, an Austin, Texas-based comprehensive health and wellness center offering cryotherapy and hyperbaric oxygen chambers, is hosting a grand opening celebration at their new Brentwood location on October 13.

Restore offers IV drip therapy, infrared saunas, local cryotherapy, Normatec compression therapy, and micronutrient testing. These services help clients optimize their health and performance, limit pain, and can help prevent limit symptoms from serious diseases and ailments.

The newest location is located at 269 A Franklin Road, Brentwood, TN 37027. The grand opening will be held from 9 a.m. to 5 p.m. on Saturday.

From now through the grand opening celebration, guests will be able to experience these innovative treatments and take advantage of grand opening specials, including free cryotherapy and 20 percent off of memberships and select packages.

Founded out of personal interest and national interest in 2015, Restore has rapidly expanded across the United States with more than 13 locations currently operating. Originally the company offered only cryotherapy, but Restore organically developed to include its current comprehensive service menu. Founder Jim Donnelley asserts, “Restore aims to be the most affordable, accessible place for hyper wellness and cryotherapy. Every store opening brings us one step closer to that goal.”

Restore Cryotherapy was founded with a simple goal in mind: to help you feel better so you can do more of what you love to do. Their personalized health and wellness services allow clients to take control of their health naturally and proactively. With the goal of keeping people healthy so they never end up in the emergency room or doctor’s office, Restore jokingly calls itself the anti-doctor’s office.

If you’re interested in trying out Restore for yourself, email or call 615-739-5897.

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