Does the Hybrid Medical Sauna from www.MedicalSaunas.com Live Up to the Hype?
My new exercise routine had me suffering from some really intense aches. So, I started looking into ways I could ease the pain. I’d read about medical saunas, but never really trusted that they worked.
Do they really have medicinal properties? And could I get something that would work for my entire family? My husband wanted a steam sauna. I didn’t. There was no way to have both, was there?
Still, I wanted to see for myself what the best medical sauna was. I called several companies, but many were reluctant to talk to me. Seemed sketchy. Then, I called MedicalSauna. I was surprised when they connected me to the CEO and founder. I asked what the best way to view the saunas in person was. He offered to set up an appointment, so I could see their products up close. I agreed and flew out to California.
I wanted the trip to be worthwhile, but I wasn’t going to get my hopes too high. Sure, the saunas looked good on paper, but what would these saunas be like in person?
The company doesn’t sell their products in fancy showrooms or retail stores. I had to go directly to their warehouse. The facility was bustling with activity, everyone working on new projects. I was greeted by the CEO, who took me to look at the saunas himself. I was led past several of their top-of-the-line medical massage chairs, before reaching the saunas. There were several models. All hand crafted. Some were made of glass, others wood. These were sturdy, durable units.
MedicalSauna makes models with far infrared heating, as well as models with full-spectrum infrared heating. They also make steam and non-steam saunas. This is where things got interesting. MedicalSauna’s newest model is just hitting the market: The Medical 9 Plus. It’s the first ever hybrid sauna. I was intrigued by this, but needed more information.
What exactly did this mean?
Traditional saunas create their heat with steam, while infrared models heat the body through EMF. The Medical 9 Plus can do both. It provides the user the option, so they can choose if they want to use steam or not. It’s currently the only sauna that can do that. It’s a corner unit made with Hemlock wood.
But was one or the other of the elements sacrificed?
MedicalSauna hires top engineers to work on their products, ensuring the best possible results. The steam and infrared elements each work just as well as if they were their own separate units.
How can I be so sure?
From personal experience. We bought the Medical 6 Plus, and it’s done wonders to relieve my aches. And me and my husband both have a sauna that works for us.
The MedicalSauna site can be found here: http://medicalsaunas.com/index.php