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Restore Hyper Wellness, which established its first Southwest Florida location in 2020 in Naples, opened its second area clinic in Estero.  

The wellness franchise has grown to more than 200 locations nationwide. Nicholas Christiano of Naples and Winston Heibner of Sarasota, both Florida Gulf Coast University graduates, co-own the Southwest Florida locations and have at least one more planned for North Naples.  

The newest is at 10171 Estero Town Commons Place, Unit 303, off Corkscrew Road, just west of Interstate 75 in the new Estero Commons shopping center.  

Patrons are encouraged to go through biometric testing to determine how the clinic can best serve them, said Katie Kupser, regional sales and marketing manager for Restore Hyper Wellness.  

“Everything we do revolves around reducing pain and inflammation,” Kupser said.  

The location’s most popular therapy remains the cryotherapy chamber. A three-minute experience of temperatures plunging to between 166 and 220 degrees below zero, costs $42. But rates drop for monthly members. Monthly memberships start at $99.  

Other treatments include red light therapy, an infrared sauna that heats up to about 160 degrees, compression therapy, similar to what many professional athletes use, and more.  

The clinic has two mild hyperbaric oxygen therapy tents, in which patients can breathe 90% to 95% pure oxygen.  

There are also facial and skin treatments and intravenous drip therapy.  

Lauren Marshall is the general manager of the Estero location. She said she applied for the job while in the Naples location’s sauna. She used to work at a gym in Boston and wanted to return to the health and wellness industry.  

“I love seeing our clients’ journeys when they come in,” Marshall said. 

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